Retired Army Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn has long criticized the administration's strategy against ISIS.
The administration is defending itself in a lawsuit filed by an Army captain.
US emphasis on the geopolitically trivial impairs our ability to handle what's consequential.
Supporters of the treaty say without it, the U.S. has no leverage to make China comply.
Rep. Paul Gosar unveiled the Military Amnesty Prevention Act.
An international court ruled in favor of the Philippines, a U.S. ally.
The Marines were delayed at least 20 minutes while Capitol Police verified the rifles were inert.
Kerry skipped out early from the summit in Poland and was spotted on Broadway.
The criticism was timed for Trump's speech Monday on veterans.
Two Guantánamo Bay detainees have been transferred to Serbia, the Pentagon announced Monday,...
The U.S. officially has 4,647 troop in Iraq, but hundreds aren't part of that count.
The House and Senate are preparing to work on a final defense policy bill for 2017.
John McCain: “We always have” found a way to fund defense.
"The risk is just too great" to give Clinton intelligence briefings, the Speaker says.
A debate is raging among allies of Hillary Clinton over what to do about Syria.
An international court ruled that China has no standing to make claims to the South China Sea.
Congress will leave for a nearly two-month break at the end of this week.
The retired Army general said he would "decline consideration for any role."
Senate GOP argue a "loophole" allows the bank to indirectly support Iran.
Washington is pulling diplomats as the planet's newest country creeps toward civil war.
Detained Americans would be treated under "wartime law," the country's official news agency said.
An analyst predicts an increase in mass casualty attacks and sabotage.
There is little justification for withholding citizenship long-promised to veterans.
House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) announced the names of the 44 GOP members who will sit on a...