"We are deeply saddened by the loss of our comrade,” Gen. John Nicholson said.
The defense secretary offered unequivocal support to key U.S. ally South Korea.
Since 2013, investigators have documented at least 500 cases of serious misconduct, many of them sex scandals.
George W. Bush coined the term back in 2001 after al-Qaeda's attack on the World Trade Center in New York.
The maintenance worker told hotel dispatchers to call police to report a gunman had opened fire.
The Trump administration believes the Lebanese militia is plotting assaults on U.S. soil.
Washington has requested the state-run network register under the Foreign Agent Registration Act over Kremlin links.
Until the last minute, most passengers believed the hijacking was for real.
Erdogan was speaking near Times Square when pro-Kurdish protesters got into a scuffle with men in suits.
The former Trump campaign chairman remains at the center of investigations into Russian meddling in the 2016 election.
The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) released findings from its analysis of veteran suicide data across the U.S.
The Belgian Foreign Ministry had to intervene to get some of the men into the U.S.
"You should never feel scared to be at home, home should be your comfort place."
The jihadi group orders followers to strike train stations to cause mass disruption.
The former diplomat says the U.S. must rail against Iranian domination in the Middle East.
A leaked email reveals the reaction of a key Middle East ally to Trump’s election.
Turkey's state-run news agency listed 10 of the military outposts used by Washington in the fight against ISIS.
The 21-year-old also wanted to commit an attack for what he called the "Islamic State of North Carolina."
A military court in Amman found 39-year-old Maarik Al-Tawaiha guilty of shooting the trainers.
Only in a society lacking civic faith could so many people believe that a young man was murdered for forwarding what turned out to be embarrassing work emails.
The Palestinian-American activist says she not advocating violent struggle, but telling the truth to "tyrants."
Transportation Minister Ahmet Arslan says new security measures will lead the U.S. to lift the ban.