Firefighters were still battling a blaze Monday on a Navy combat ship that injured at least 57 people and sent acrid smoke billowing over San Diego.
The US Navy has revised its policy that prohibited active service members from attending in-person religious services.
The US State Department on Wednesday slammed a report from the United Nations calling the US drone attack that killed Iranian Maj. Gen. Qassem Soleimani in January “unlawful.”
Lawmakers from both parties are pushing for more answers after an overnight New York Times report uncovered a possible financial trail proving Russia may have paid bounties to Taliban fighters for killing American and coalition troops in Afghanistan.
House Democrats participated in a briefing at the White House today over reports that Russia secretly offered bounties to the Taliban for the deaths of American soldiers in Afghanistan.
Iran has issued an arrest warrant for President Donald Trump, and the radical Islamic regime wants the International Criminal Police Organization (INTERPOL) to help carry it out.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says the United States is pushing for an extension to the arms embargo against Iran at the United Nations.
A high-ranking military leader is speaking out, saying his colleagues are on the wrong side of a controversial issue.
In a stunning reversal, the Navy has upheld the firing of the aircraft carrier captain who urged faster action to protect his crew from a coronavirus outbreak, the Navy’s top officer said Friday.
A major battle is brewing over how military chaplains are attempting to do their jobs in a pandemic world. Since social distancing guidelines have closed chapels and other meeting places, chaplains like many pastors have moved online to help meet spiritual needs. This has led to complaints about the nature of the posts and where they're appearing.