Local officials in North Carolina predict rising rivers could lead to more flooding, only exacerbating the already difficult rescue operations taking place in parts of the state.
Command Sergeant Major Timothy A. Bolyard was the highest-ranking enlisted soldier of a unit that forms the U.S. Army's newest adviser brigade deployed to Afghanistan as a part of the Trump administration's strategy.
A member of the Afghan National Police reportedly shot dead a U.S. soldier in a "green-on-blue" attack.
Three years after the U.S. Army opened its legendary Ranger school to women, the first enlisted female soldier is scheduled to graduate on Friday.
Curtis Krueger and his wife are being held on $1 million bail each, and Newsweek sources say the command climate at the U.S. Marine Corps base has become "completely toxic."
As Senator John McCain is laid to rest, Senator Jim Inhofe—a polarizing individual for McCain surrounding the issue of torture and interrogation—is poised to take the committee position.
He was there on a counterterrorism operation against the Islamic State.
Ten U.S. military personnel were aboard the aircraft flown by pilots from the elite 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment.
"Hate groups send their guys into the U.S. military because the U.S. military has the best weapons and training."
The Newsweek investigation revealed allegations of sexual misconduct against a senior U.N. Women staff member.
A U.S. Marine has been arrested and accused of burglary and animal cruelty after allegedly breaking into a California animal shelter.
The senior adviser has been accused of sexual harassment by at least eight men, and the U.N. has "a job of work to do" to reform its culture and restore trust, a U.N. spokesperson said.
During his speech to U.S. military veterans, President Donald Trump continued to discredit members of the media—some of them veterans.
A federal judge revealed their names.
Lawmakers from both parties expressed concern during a Congressional hearing Tuesday.
U.S. intelligence assessments have determined that Russia meddled in the 2016 election with the goal of bolstering Donald Trump, but the president seems to believe Putin's denials.
A married couple of ex-Marines is held accountable for cyberstalking, a year after a news investigation broke the story.
In July 2016, then-candidate Donald Trump called on Russian operatives to hack his opponent Hillary Clinton's emails—the latest indictment from the Russian investigation shows they did.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo made a surprise visit to Afghanistan following a U.S. soldier's death on Saturday.
A U.S. Marine family has filed a $25 million suit against the U.S. government for its failure to investigate a Marine colonel prior to him sexually assaulting their 6-year-old daughter.