The U.S. is finishing up naval exercises with NATO allies in the Baltic region, but Russia has an even bigger display of military might in the works.
Tora Bora, an underground complex of fortified caves that once protected Al-Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden, is now in the hands of the Islamic State militant group.
Despite President Donald Trump pledging support for Christian communities in the Middle East, immigration agents have arrested dozens in Michigan.
The Russia-backed Syrian military and its allies entered ISIS-held Raqqa, where U.S.-backed forces are battling the jihadis.
Russian State Duma Chairman Vyacheslav Volodin said Western leaders' unrelenting support for sanctions may indicate they "genetically dislike" Slavs.
A suspected North Korean drone was found with photos of THAAD by South Korean military officials after it crashed near the nations' mutual border.
Responding to a tweet by President Donald Trump, North Korean media said the distance between New York and North Korea was "not a long distance" to strike.
Deputy Chief of Staff of Iranian Armed Forces Major General Mostafa Izadi said Tehran has evidence of the U.S.'s "direct support" for the Islamic State militant group.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov told Secretary of State Rex Tillerson that the U.S. must stop attacking pro-Syrian government forces fighting ISIS.
In a recent state-sanctioned report, North Korea concluded that U.S. nuclear and biochemical weapons had devastated the global environment.
Iran's Intelligence Ministry said Wednesday's massacre was perpetrated by Iranians loyal to the Islamic State militant group who fought in Iraq and Syria.
'For too long we have relied too much on the military power of others,' European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said. 'We must now seize the moment to take charge of our own security.'
After being attacked, a coalition of forces backing the Syrian government and fighting the Islamic State militant group has warned the U.S. not to cross "red lines."
Pyongyang said the U.S. would suffer a "bitter disgrace" if it did not roll back its hostile stance toward North Korea.
A Pakistani major general took to social media to claim the killing of five Indian soldiers in restive Kashmir, but India denied the claim.
In the latest commentary by state-run media, North Korea asserted its right to maintain nuclear weapons against U.S. "world domination."
Plans for the China warship appear to live on even after the death of its designer, and it may one day change the battlefield.
Russian President Vladimir Putin criticized the media, claiming it has stayed "silent" on U.S. and NATO military expansion.
North Korea's state-run media says the U.S. is risking "further disgrace" in addition to possible nuclear retribution.
Air Force veteran Tairod Pugh said he's Muslim, he's black and he's a soldier, but the judge said nothing excused his attempt to join the Islamic State militant group.
The U.K. Home Office told British media that an investigation into foreign sources of funding for local radical Islamist groups is "very sensitive."