Former South Carolina state senator Ralph Norman, who is running as the conservative candidate in the state’s fifth congressional district, sat on the board of a bank that accepted millions of dollars from the Obama administration’s 2008 bailout.
Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats told Congress on Thursday that the security environment in Afghanistan will worsen over the next year amid a military deadlock in the nation’s drawn-out war.
The U.S. military will move forward “very quickly” with plans to distribute weapons and ammunition to Kurdish YPG fighters battling the Islamic State in Syria despite opposition from Turkey, a NATO ally, a Pentagon spokesman said Wednesday.
Sen. Dan Sullivan (R., Alaska) will introduce legislation as early as next week to authorize the deployment of dozens of additional ballistic missile interceptors in the U.S. Pacific as part of an effort to confront an increasingly aggressive North Korea.
Cases of homegrown extremism have increased over the past month, posing a mounting threat to United States security, according to a new House Homeland Security Committee report released Monday.
North Korea detained an American professor over the weekend on charges of committing “hostile acts” against the regime, state run media reported Sunday.
More than 100 veterans died while waiting for care at a Veterans Affairs hospital in Los Angeles, Calif., over a nine-month span ending in August 2015, according to a new government report.
The Defense Department will deliver an updated Afghanistan strategy proposal to the White House within the next week detailing the military’s tactics in the region, senior leaders of the force told Congress on Thursday.
The Department of Homeland Security uncovered more than 60 cross-border tunnels along the southwest border that were used to smuggle people and illicit drugs into the United States over a five-year period, according to a new government report.
North Korea has ramped up its campaign to control outside information in recent years, but several defectors now living in South Korea said the regime’s censorship efforts are showing signs of wear amid increased penetration and discontent.