The U.S. military kicked off joint naval drills with Romania and Bulgaria in the Black Sea on Wednesday just across the water from the Crimean Peninsula.
Rep. Randy Forbes (R-Va.) on Wednesday took aim at the Navy’s decision to change the way it counts ships, chalking up the revision to adding “paper ships” to the fleet.
Top U.S. commander in Afghanistan said Wednesday he did not believe the Taliban posed an existential threat to Afghanistan, but U.S. troops will still be needed there after the war ends in December to prevent al Qaeda from "regenerating degraded capabilities."
The group also warned of further actions of Russia annexes Crimea.
Rogers said charges, if true, would "destroy" Congress’s relationship with the agency.
Feinstein asked for an apology and said she had grave concerns over the CIA's actions.
Senate Intelligence Committee Chairwoman Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) on Tuesday sparked a firestorm after she accused the CIA of illegally searching her committee’s computers and potentially violating the Constitution.
Groups of armed forces who have taken over military installations in Crimea are Russian forces, the top commander of NATO and U.S. forces in Europe said in a statement Tuesday, seeking to clear up confusion over where the forces were from.
A top defense official said he thought it was time to reconsider the legal authority used by the military to target terrorists around the world.
Michael Lumpkin, assistant defense secretary for special operations...
As President Obama aims to get the U.S. off “permanent war footing,” U.S. special operators will maintain “perpetual engagement,” defense officials said Tuesday.