A service member in Texas is under voluntary quarantine.
Sixty-five uniformed personnel will treat healthcare workers if they become infected.
The retired Air Force general challenging Rep. Lamborn says he missed half of the meetings.
The former secretary of State touts the Alaska Senate candidate's national security credentials.
The Pentagon has received a “significant commitment” from other nations to train Iraqi forces, the...
"The world is becoming more volatile" and "our defense budgets are declining," he said.
The decision ends months of uncertainty over what to call the military action.
Democrats still rank the economy as the top midterm election issue.
Airstrikes have failed to halt fighters advancing on Kobani, a Kurdish town.
“I don't think anybody intentionally made a decision not to help these people," Panetta says.
The pregnant Iraq War veteran lawmaker has been in the armed services for 23 years.
State Department wants info on location of Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula's leaders.
National Guardsmen could be called to active duty to help the efforts in West Africa.
Many of the recruits are coming from Europe, underscoring U.S. fears.
Officials have no indications that terrorists are seeking to use Ebola as a biologic weapon.
The tapes show restraint and force-feeding of a prisoner held at the detention facility.
Gen. James Amos's record claimed he graduated from a prestigious officer school in 1972.
The lawmakers say having Americans work infrastructure in West Africa is not enough.
Coalition forces have now carried out 110 strikes to save the Kurdish town of Kobani.
Ahmed Abu Khattala faces an 18-count indictment, including multiple murder counts.
Leaders also discussed the need for non-military, regional approaches to countering ISIS.
The president said a number of countries "have not yet stepped up."
"There are no quick fixes involved," Obama said after meeting coalition military leaders.
"We have some tough issues to resolve," the secretary of State said.