More Americans want Congress to vote down the Iran nuclear deal than to approve it, according to two new polls released this week.
President Obama threatened to veto the Veterans Affairs Accountability Act in a statement on Wednesday.
Mexican drug cartels are smuggling terrorists across the border and using the city of El Paso, Texas, as a gateway to plan an attack on the United States from within, according to new documentary produced by TheBlaze TV.
An Islamic State recruitment document deemed likely authentic by multiple U.S. intelligence officials suggests that IS (also known as ISIL or ISIS) has designs to build a terrorist army in Afghanistan and Pakistan and cause a war in India to incite an “end of the world.”
Iran’s nuclear relationship with North Korea is likely to grow due to a recently inked nuclear accord, according to experts and members of Congress, who warned in a recent hearing that several loopholes in the deal would actually facilitate illicit trade between the rogue countries.
A previously unreported breach of United Airlines computer systems has been linked to the Chinese-origin hackers behind the massive cyber attack on the Office of Personnel Management that compromised the personal data of 22.1 million Americans.
The Department of Defense (DoD) spent $22,000 to write a 14-page report on climate change, which the Pentagon says is an “urgent and growing threat to our national security.”
The White House on Tuesday responded to a petition demanding Edward Snowden receive pardon more than two years after it was created.
The Pentagon took the unclassified email network used by chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Martin Dempsey as well as hundreds of military and civilian personnel offline over the weekend, citing suspicious activity.