In the latest commentary by state-run media, North Korea asserted its right to maintain nuclear weapons against U.S. "world domination."
Russian President Vladimir Putin criticized the media, claiming it has stayed "silent" on U.S. and NATO military expansion.
The military is attempting to determine how ready it is to implement a policy enacted under former President Barack Obama's administration.
North Korea's state-run media says the U.S. is risking "further disgrace" in addition to possible nuclear retribution.
Half of all U.S. forces in Iraq and Afghanistan are employed by private contractors.
The Military Religious Freedom Foundation calls the growing fundamentalist element a “national security threat.”
A ban on openly transgender people serving in the U.S. military was lifted under the Obama administration.
The surprise move comes as the Eurofighter, Germany's joint military creation with its neighbors, faces technical challenges and the cost of U.S. jets declines.
The State Department’s acting deputy tells Newsweek that the U.S. is prepared to make sacrifices for Somalia's security.
Jordanian commentators, including the military's former deputy chief of staff, rejected notions that the U.S., Jordan and allies were invading Syria by land.
Defense Secretary James Mattis called Russia's missile moves "destabilizing" as Moscow positions for war games with Belarus.
Syrian and Iranian concerns regarding the U.S. and Jordan's nearby military drills were heightened when U.S. troops were seen with rebels in Syria.
American forces have traditionally taken a background role in Somalia, but Kyle Milliken’s death may indicate greater involvement.
The U.S. and Russia will once again work together to avoid mid-air collisions in Syria after a falling out between the nations last month.
The Special Operations Command chief said his elite troops "can't do everything" and need a break from 15 and a half straight years of global warfare.
A top Army general of U.S. and NATO's European forces said the Western military alliance is taking a wartime posture to Russia's rise to the world stage.
The head of the U.S. command in Europe asked lawmakers to consider deploying more troops and equipment to ward off Russian aggression.
Top Russian political and military officials said the U.S.'s missile defense shield in Europe may encourage Washington to launch a nuclear attack on Moscow.
North Korea has accused the U.S. of plotting to enact "Plan Jupiter," an alleged biochemical weapons attack meant to topple Kim Jong Un.
The U.S. military's biggest conventional bomb may have struck the Islamic State group in Afghanistan, but it missed the target on stopping the Taliban takeover.
China pleaded for peace as heightened tensions in the Asia-Pacific made a military showdown between nuclear-armed North Korea and the U.S. appear more likely.
Poland and the Baltic states of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania were designated as venues for four major NATO battle groups.
The U.S. military killed 18 fighters of the allied Syrian Democratic Forces in a friendly fire incident in northern Syria.