President Trump arrived in Norfolk, VA on Saturday to see off the USNS Comfort hospital ship as it heads to New York to aid in the COVID-19 crisis.
The U.S. Department of Justice announced Thursday that it has indicted Venezuela's socialist leader Nicolás Maduro and several key aides on charges of narcoterrorism.
The U.S. launched airstrikes Thursday in Iraq, targeting the Iranian-backed Shia militia members believed responsible for the rocket attack that killed and wounded American and British troops at a base north of Baghdad, the Pentagon said.
Three service members were killed, including two Americans, and a dozen more were injured when a barrage of rockets were fired at a military base in Iraq, U.S. officials said Wednesday.
On Tuesday, the state of New York activated the National Guard and establishing a "containment area" outside of New York City, closing schools and other facilities to stem the spread of COVID-19.
American troops have begun leaving Afghanistan for the initial troop withdrawal required in the U.S.-Taliban peace agreement, the U.S. military confirmed Monday, amid political chaos in Kabul that threatens the deal.
Two suicide bombers blew themselves up near the U.S. Embassy in Tunisia on Friday, killing one police officer and wounding four others, the Interior Ministry said.
The Defense Department's request for $700 billion for the next fiscal year may seem astronomical, but experts say it's all about military readiness.
There's no specific intelligence information that Russia is interfering in the presidential election to help President Trump get re-elected, according to new reports.
As a tentative peace deal between the US and Afghanistan is in the works, CBN News is getting new insight into what might keep the US in the Middle East fighting what some call "forever wars."