After calling President Donald Trump a "mad dog," North Korea said we're all victims of the U.S. leader.
The longest war in U.S. history doesn't appear to be ending anytime soon.
The Texas church shooting is just the latest example of why civilians shouldn’t be allowed access to what are essentially weapons of war
When Kim Jong Un tunes in to U.S. media, his closest advisers probably ask him to ignore President Donald Trump and listen to the experts.
The Afghan government's control over the war-torn country has "deteriorated," but the U.S. refuses to show how badly local forces have suffered.
Al-Sahrawi has commanded a small group of ISIS-supporting fighters in West Africa since 2015.
A new poll found that 30 percent of soldiers believed white nationalism was a bigger threat than the conflicts in Iraq and Syria.
Dillon Baldridge was shot and killed along with two other soldiers in Afghanistan.
The monster-themed ballistic missile is part of a three-tier attack plan designed to inflict "unbearable cost" to North Korea's military and government.
Rep. Frederica Wilson's staff have reported multiple threatening phone calls in row over president's treatment of dead soldier's widow.
George W. Bush's ethics chief says Trump doesn't understand pain of military families because he "stayed home during Vietnam with his sore foot."
The driver of the truck reportedly came from a town outside Mogadishu, where a U.S.-led raid mistakenly killed 10 civilians in August.
Iranian Navy Commander Rear Admiral Habibollah Sayyari blasted President Donald Trump over his decision to side with Saudi Arabia in a decades-old dispute.
Militant groups including ISIS and Al-Qaeda are active across Africa.
Eight allies showcased NATO's smart defense concept, where one ship neutralizes a ballistic threat while others rush to its defense.
Syria's war is almost over and experts say the U.S. has few options to counter what's been a major victory for Russia, Iran and President Bashar al-Assad.
War is not human nature, but through romanticization and censorship people no longer understand its true horror, philosopher AC Grayling argues in this extract.