A leader of the powerful Revolutionary Guard says they'll respond to any U.S. provocation.
The White House's efforts to quiet leakers may be more complex than previously understood.
Defense Secretary Ash Carter called the killing of a Navy SEAL a "combat death.”
The quickening pace of leaks "allows direct action through voting," Snowden said.
GOP presidential front-runner Donald Trump has questioned the necessity of the organization.
The criteria excludes more than 700 troops who are deployed in the war.
"What are you doing here? Go back to the Bay of Pigs."
Gates said it's concerning Trump doesn't "appear to listen to people."
The military took administrative disciplinary action against a more than a dozen service members...
A group of Christian lawmakers is concerned about missing Bibles at Veterans Affairs clinics.
A slew of supporters in Congress urged the Army to reverse course.
Reports allege a Pentagon official misled Congress in testimony on sexual assault.
As Canada begins its first full defense review since 1994, the US can provide input.
The city of Aleppo is “in danger of spiraling out of control,” John Kerry warned.
Officials are attempting to whittle down the number of prisoners.
Chris Murphy and Brian Schatz want info on U.S. train-and-equip programs in Syria.
ISIS fighters penetrated Kurdish peshmerga forces' front lines.
Diane Randall can easily list recent accomplishments in the peace-building movement.
There has been "a steady upward trend" in the group's attacks, according to an analysis.
China and Russia are quickly upgrading their weapons capabilities.
"Here’s what the ayatollah and his buddies are telling us: You misjudged us."
The Pentagon suggested that the panel was not using taxpayer money "effectively and efficiently.”
The US has never quite internalized what an Iran-dominated Persian Gulf would look like.
The administration is far behind its goal of taking in 10,000 refugees this year.