The Pentagon is developing cyber and other electronic weapons to attack enemy missile systems prior to launch as part of a new high-technology defense initiative, senior Pentagon officials disclosed to Congress on Wednesday.
President Obama undermined his defense of Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server during an interview this past weekend when he told a reporter, “there’s classified, and then there’s classified,” according to analysis by the New York Times.
North Korea may be gearing up to launch a mobile ballistic missile that officials say could have the capability to strike U.S. territory, intelligence satellites have indicated.
The number of Islamic State militants in Libya has doubled during the past year, the top U.S. commander in the region said Thursday.
U.S. troops based in Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula may be relocated amid increased security concerns regarding the risk of militant attacks in the region.
China has deployed anti-ship cruise missiles on a disputed South China Sea island and the missiles are raising new concerns in the Pentagon over Beijing’s growing militarization of the vital strategic waterwa
The State Department and Pentagon have issued a departure order to family members of American military personnel and diplomats in Turkey, citing increased threats from terrorist groups.
The Defense Department announced on Tuesday the start of its “Hack the Pentagon” initiative, in which hackers will be given the chance to penetrate the compound’s cyber defenses, according to an announcement.
Senior Pentagon leaders on Monday revealed the military’s first use of cyber warfare operations against the Islamic State terrorist group they said are aimed at disrupting its military communications and operations.