The US government is still trying to assess the damage from a massive, 9-month long computer hack on some of our government's most classified networks.
Federal prosecutors announced Wednesday that a Kenyan man spent years secretly training in the Philippines in order to carry out a 9/11-style terror attack against the United States.
The Trump administration is leveling harsh, new sanctions on NATO-ally Turkey for its purchase of Russian missile defense systems.
Despite the global focus on the COVID pandemic, Israel is keeping its eyes on another continuing threat: that of missile and rocket attacks along its borders and beyond. For the first time, Israel and the US successfully completed tests this week on the interoperability of Israel’s multi-level anti-rocket and anti-missile system.
Granted it's not the Starfleet Academy, but it's the closest thing we'll see in our lifetimes. Seven US Air Force basic trainees have marched into history to become the first enlisted members of the US Space Force.
As Joe Biden continues to name his potential cabinet, his pick for Secretary of Defense is getting special attention.
The Pentagon said Friday it is pulling most US troops out of Somalia on President Donald Trump's orders.
US Director of National Intelligence (DNI) John Ratcliffe is sounding an alarm about China, calling the communist country "the greatest threat to America today, and the greatest threat to democracy and freedom worldwide since World War II."
On Tuesday, Acting Secretary of Defense Christopher Miller announced thousands of us troops will be withdrawn from Afghanistan and Iraq.
Last week, President Donald Trump asked his advisors for options on attacking one of Iran’s main nuclear sites, but ultimately decided against it, The New York Times reports.