Some veterans aren't happy that Sarah Palin recently linked her son’s recent domestic violence arrest to President Obama’s policies.
The lab at Dugway Proving Ground, an Army facility near Salt Lake City, is responsible for neutralizing anthrax spores.
Debris believed to be from the aircraft has been spotted more than two miles from the shore.
Among the dead: Abu Salah, the group's finance minister.
When does 'No boots on the ground' mean 'No boots on the ground'? Certainly not now.
Ridding the world of jihadists should not entail curbing liberties at home.
The attack killed 22 people, including 12 Medecins Sans Frontieres staff.
Officials didn't immediately identify the victims.
U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter removed Lieutenant General Ron Lewis on Thursday.
For all the wailing about defense austerity deals, spending caps were raised every year.
Two decades after the CIA denounced the government’s top-secret ESP program, Edwin May is trying to bring it back.
The additional U.S. troops will operate in a limited "advise and assist" capacity.
The Defense Department said the tank in question was Afghan, but the vehicle was transporting U.S. personnel.
Approximately 90 U.S. military personnel have already arrived in Cameroon, the White House says.
The President will instead keep the current force of 9,800 through most of 2016 before beginning to trim levels, senior administration officials said.
The U.S. military bombed a Medecins Sans Frontieres hospital on October 3, killing 22.
Russian airstrikes began last Wednesday—the country's biggest intervention in the Middle East for decades
The greatest tragedy caused by U.S. forces in several years has elicited strong criticism.
A senior Pentagon official said an earlier performance evaluation of the aircraft was overly optimistic.
The U.S. military's announcement was the latest blow to a troubled effort in the fight against ISIS.
Gone are the ISIS fighters clad in black, parading through captured villages. Now they’re cowering.