President Donald Trump said he would shift U.S. strategy in Afghanistan to one based on results, not timetables.
Russia and the Taliban Islamist militant group are both separately demanding that the U.S. leave Afghanistan after nearly 16 years of war.
Two radio stations suddenly broadcast a "civil danger warning" to residents of Guam, amid missile threats from North Korea and local power outages.
"They were fighting to defeat a truly evil enemy and to protect our homelands," the military said in a statement.
One family is suing the U.S. government over its refusal to hand over files on a missing Korean War veteran who may have been taken to Russia.
Senator Claire McCaskill demanded to know why the military approved $50 million in irregular spending on luxury cars and significant other’s salaries, calling it a “slap in the face” to taxpayers.
Last year, most Americans saw "friendly cooperation" as the way forward with Russia, but now they want Russia's power actively limited.
North Korea's threat came as President Donald Trump warned Pyongyang would face "fire and fury" if it kept up hostilities.
The Chinese navy closes off 15,000 square miles in the East China Sea to perform live-fire drills as the U.S.-North Korea rivalry escalates.
Eritrea’s navy also was placed under U.S. sanctions in April, after a shipment of military equipment from North Korea was found en route to the country.
Somalia is fighting factions of both Al-Qaeda and ISIS. It needs American assistance.
Moscow denies harassing its neighbors and has accused the U.S. of undermining Russia's own national security.
Al-Shabab, which has ties to Al-Qaeda, is trying to oust the Western-backed government in Somalia.
Russia's latest meeting with Iran and Iraq signals a growing cooperation between the powers, and a decline in U.S. influence in the Middle East.
Without a clear White House strategy it looks unlikely that more troops will be deployed in Afghanistan this year, as defense officials hoped.
Russia's upcoming Zapad drill was described as a "simulated attack" by Lithuania's government.
Former U.S. and Israeli generals disavow a possible U.S. military strike on Iran, and a European scholar says Trump may find himself isolated.
The commander of the Navy’s biggest fleet said that the military was duty-bound to listen to President Trump.
Iraqi Vice President Nouri al-Maliki thanked Russia for its "tremendous contribution" to Iraq and Syria by battling the Islamic State militant group.
The USS Thunderbolt reportedly fired at an Iranian ship that came within 150 yards and may belong to the elite Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps.
Majority-Shiite Muslim neighbors Iran and Iraq have a volatile history and differing views on the U.S., but they share an interest in battling jihadis.
The country's U.S. base closed in 2014, as tensions between Russia and the West peaked over Ukraine's decision to topple the pro-Russian government in Kiev.
Special Forces head General Raymond Thomas said that, while the U.S. may wanna stay, Syria was a sovereign state and its government backs Russia.
The U.S., Russia and China are all looking to surpass each other with military innovations such as missiles and drones that use artificial intelligence.
Amnesty International documented 101 cases of detention incommunicado and torture of suspects, who were often detained with little evidence.