Secretary of Defense James Mattis sent his recommendation to the White House on Friday on whether trans service members should be allowed to serve. Mattis's predecessor argued he needed trans service members because of the Pentagon's desperate need for talent.
“As crazy as Trump may be, deep down he has trust in Mattis’s judgment,” says former Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta.
An American and an Iraqi national have been charged after Turkish officials discovered two cars loaded with 47 guns on their way to Iraq.
The Pentagon told an independent watchdog not to publish numbers on insurgent control of Afghanistan, despite the fact that the data is unclassified.
“Diplomacy should impose reason on Kim’s reckless rhetoric and dangerous provocations,” U.S. Secretary of State James Mattis said.
Secretary of Defense James Mattis is traveling through Indonesia and Vietnam on a trip to help bolster U.S. influence in the region and woo several countries away from Russia and China.
ISIS could be helped by a string of Turkish military strikes against Kurdish groups in northern Syria, U.S. Secretary of Defense James Mattis warned Tuesday.
A Turkish strike against a key U.S. ally in the fight against ISIS has thrown U.S. plans to stabilize northern Syria into doubt.
A former CIA officer allegedly had the real names of agents and operatives in a notebook found by the FBI in 2012.
Kushner was warned of wife Ivanka Trump's close friend by intelligence officials, according to a report by the Wall Street Journal.
A new CBS News poll has 41 percent of Americans saying they are strongly against the president.
Russian hackers have been trying to break into Senate email accounts as part of a broader influence campaign, cybersecurity experts said Friday.
Democrats and Republicans banded together to defeat an amendment that would have created new warrant requirements for looking at communications by Americans caught up in a surveillance database.
Lawyers for President Donald Trump are preparing for a potential Trump interview with the team of special counsel Robert Mueller, and here's what Mueller team probably wants to know.
South Korea's Defense Minister promised the U.S. that only the Olympics would be discussed at a January 9 summit.
President Donald Trump is choosing a different approach to managing protests in Iran than Barack Obama, opting for dramatic statements rather than quiet operations. Will it work?
Trump is having trouble remembering his friends and is constantly being managed "like a child," according to Michael Wolff's new book.
Former Republican House member Jason Chaffetz said on Wednesday that he believes the "deep state" is blocking Republicans from getting documents from the Justice Department about their investigation into Hillary Clinton's emails.
President Donald Trump seemed to suggest that the U.S. might intervene to back protesters in Iran, only to delete his tweet less than a minute later.
House Democrats are considering writing a report accusing Republicans of having impeded their investigation into potential collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia.
Rubio acknowledged that much of the corporate tax break would likely go to shareholders instead of efforts to add jobs or increase wages.
Russia is continuing a push to get U.S. diplomats to pledge not to meddle in elections a year after trying to tip the U.S. presidential contest.
In an interview with a Russian media outlet, a hacker who had previously claimed he hacked the DNC on orders from a senior Russian intelligence official said that he left behind clues inside the DNC system, proving he was behind the breach.