Canada will join three other countries, including the United States, in deploying troops to Eastern Europe as part of a NATO brigade, leaders announced Thursday.
Iran used “intimidation tactics” when interrogating the 10 American sailors arrested in the Persian Gulf in January, according to a Navy investigation into the incident.
A 13-year-old girl who was stabbed to death Thursday morning in Israel by a Palestinian terrorist who broke into her bedroom was also a U.S. citizen, the State Department confirmed Thursday afternoon.
A Chinese national was sentenced to 30 months in U.S. prison for smuggling military-grade weapons to China, including sophisticated night vision and thermal imaging rifle scopes.
The Pentagon will no longer bar transgender individuals from serving in the U.S. military, Defense Secretary Ash Carter announced Thursday.
The Obama administration is withholding from congressional leaders documents and information related to a $1.7 billion U.S. taxpayer funded payout to Iran earlier this year, furthering accusations the cash was part of a “ransom payment” to free U.S. hostages from Iranian custody, according to communications obtained by the Washington Free Beacon and conversations with lawmakers.
President Obama approved a new military partnership with Russian forces to strengthen cooperation between the two nations in the fight against terrorist groups in Syria.
Iranian forces infringed upon 10 U.S. sailors’ right of innocent passage under international law by arresting them at gunpoint, a Navy investigation into the Jan. 12 incident found.