U.S. Secretary of Defense James Mattis this week asked Congress to halt pending legislation that would compel the U.S. to alert foreign governments when the Pentagon has decided to combat certain cyber attacks, according to a letter sent to lawmakers.
An alliance of Syrian Kurdish and Arab fighters, who are backed by the United States, announced they have taken full control of the Islamic State’s so-called “capital” of Raqqa, Syria.
President Donald Trump’s expectations were exceeded on Monday when the Senate passed a bipartisan $700 billion defense policy bill.
President Donald Trump made waves on Wednesday morning when he announced on Twitter that transgender individuals will not be allowed to serve in “any capacity in the U.S. military.”
Russian military forces are using information warfare tools to confront the United States, according to a new Defense Intelligence Agency report.
The House Appropriations Committee approved an amendment Thursday that would repeal the 2001 Authorization for Use of Military Force, which was initially passed days after the 9/11 terrorist attacks to give the president authority to initiate war against al Qaeda and “associated forces” without congressional approval.