Steps necessary to right the wrongs of Obama administration
Veterans account for 18 percent of suicides but only 9 percent of the population.
"It is not clear why any drawdown is taking place," Marco Rubio said.
Forget Clinton's emails, Chilcot Report has more lasting consequences
The Navy said it is taking "appropriate action."
Lawmakers have passed the defense authorization act for 54 years.
McCain offers mild praise for Obama's call, but Thornberry is less pleased.
President Obama is slowing down the pace of withdrawal.
Mohamed Bailor Jalloh met wita an FBI informant he believed to be an ISIS member.
Although the Afghan army has requested better protected vehicles, U.S. officials say they're too...
It was the first regular season game of any sport played on an active military installation.
Obama's executive order sends a strong message, but must be carried out on the battlefield.
The secretary of State met with Ukrainian leaders amid concerns over a cease-fire agreement.
Rep. Ed Royce said the administration is trying to "wish away" intelligence reports.
"A lot of serving members" are "really pissed off" about the double standard, said the group's...
A House pane wants to stop Boeing’s sale of passenger jets to Iran.
Rep. Barbara Lee (D-Calif.), the lone member of Congress to vote against the Afghan War in 2001,...
The sanctions are the first to target Kim Jong Un by name.
Jeter was cited for boating in a restricted area over the holiday.
ISIS has been linked to attacks in Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Bangladesh and Turkey in recent weeks.
A civilian contractor was charged with the murder and rape of a Japanese woman.
Avianca Airlines thinks the former detainee may have traveled to Brazil with a fake passport.
The bombings are ratcheting up fears and highlighting the lack of easy security answers.
Torture is ultimately counterproductive and undermines US interests.