One person was killed in the altercation at a checkpoint in the northeastern city of Qamishli on Wednesday.
Is the Cold War Back? Ninety-three separate military exercises last year weren't held in the Mideast and weren't directed at Tehran. They were directed against Moscow.
What can the president do and who does he have to tell? The killing of Iranian General Soleimani renewed the debate over war powers, the military and the CIA.
Trump said this weekend he would like to get U.S. companies into eastern Syria to "properly" exploit the oil fields there.
"Fox & Friends" host Brian Kilmeade aired his grievances Monday about the president pulling back U.S. troops from Syria alongside Kurdish-led fighters, saying America is "abandoning" its allies.
The United States is deploying fighter jets and Patriot missiles just south of Riyadh to bolster defense against future Iranian threats.
Christian McCoy, a retired Green Beret working for CACI International, was killed Monday.
"They want us to kill guys compassionately and only under the rules of engagement that they say to," Representative Duncan Hunter complained.
"Power over foreign policy has shifted to the executive branch over the last 30 years. Many of us in the Senate want to start taking it back," Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said.
The U.S. tech company confirmed it will still help the military with cybersecurity, training, military recruitment, and more.
"We know that the Russians are involved," claimed Gen. John Nicholson.
The weapon sounds like a ghostly radio.
This is the latest in a string of controversies surrounding explicit posts shared within private military Facebook groups.
Recorded phone calls suggest around 215 Russian mercenaries were killed by U.S. artillery and airstrikes in a battle in Syria on the night of February 7.
President Donald Trump has accused Democrats of putting the U.S. military at risk.
Similar actions have provoked a sharp response from North Korea in the past.
Cowanda Jones-Johnson told The Washington Post that Trump disrespected her son.
The sale of $113 million worth of advanced air-to-air missiles to Japan needs to be approved by Congress.
An advocacy group found black troops, especially in the Air Force and Marine Corps, were more likely to face punishment than their white counterparts.
The new numbers show a decline overall, but service members still fear retribution for reporting assaults.