Absentee ballots may play a significant role in the outcome of some battleground states where votes are still being tallied.
Military ballots can still be counted in Georgia if they are postmarked by Election Day and received by Friday.
In an interview with a Hong Kong media outlet on Monday, the retired lieutenant general described Taiwan's arms deals with the United States as "playing with fire."
The two Taiwanese servicewomen and their civilian same-sex partners will become the first to take part in a group wedding hosted by the country's military, the Army announced Monday.
In response to yet another round of U.S. arms sales to Taiwan, Global Times said the Chinese army would "deal a crushing blow to the Taiwan military" if it dared open fire on warplanes.
The People's Liberation Army shared a series of images of the DF-17 hypersonic weapons.
In an interview with Indian television channel WION, Joseph Wu said Taiwan was "on the front line" of China's authoritarian expansion.
National Security Adviser Richard O'Brien said on Friday that Taiwan should "really fortify itself in a manner that would deter the Chinese from any sort of amphibious invasion."
Cienfuegos is the highest-ranking former Cabinet official to be arrested since top Mexican security official Genaro Garcia Luna was arrested in Texas in 2019.
In a lengthy Twitter thread, actor William Jackson Harper called out the order for censoring some difficult aspects of American history.
The four crew members on duty in Butte County were treated for injuries to their legs as well as heat exhaustion.
The Alternative for Germany party also called for an increase in Berlin's military spending. In Washington, Republican and Democratic representatives united in criticism of the move.
"If we want a working democracy in 2024, we need to vote for Joe Biden this year," Charles G. Boyd said.
"If the Russians can just use our own words against us, that's the best way to pull us apart from one another," Trump's former national security adviser said.
Rep. Adam Smith told CNN that the military would not break the Constitution and follow President Donald Trump's orders should he lose on November 3.
After conducting numerous interviews and reviewing physical evidence, an FBI investigation confirmed that nine discarded mail-in ballots were cast for President Donald Trump.
Many on Twitter were quick to point out that the photo used by the government agency was not of the Air Force but rather a flight demonstration team formed by the Navy.
The Active Denial System, also called ADS or "heat ray," uses millimeter wave technology to heat the skin of people targeted by its invisible and silent ray.
Director Herb Nelson said progress on PFAS-free firefighting foam had been delayed by about six months because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mark Schroeder's obituary said he was a lot of things, "but one thing he was not Mr. Trump was a sucker or a loser! He was a proud veteran till the day he died."
Laurene Powell Jobs allegedly donated $500,000 to the presidential campaign of Democratic nominee Joe Biden.
Passed by Congress 19 years ago, the post-9/11 Authorization for Use of Military Force, along with the 2002 AUMF, is still being used to justify wars that have not made us, or the world, safer.
Congress must put a halt to China's attempts to steal U.S. military secrets and technology.
Among independent voters, 65 percent say the Democratic presidential nominee has more respect for the military, while just 35 percent say the same for the president.
Caving to those who believe a permanent U.S. military presence is intrinsically connected to regional stability would tie thousands of U.S. soldiers to an indefinite deployment in the Middle East.
President Donald Trump currently holds a 10-point lead over Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden among military households, according to a new poll.
Andrew Napolitano wrote that he sees himself a "loyal" friend but is "foremost" loyal to the truth.
Did The Atlantic inadvertently make the case to regulate "dark journalism" like "dark money?"