The Pentagon is imposing new restrictions and controls on all international military students at American bases, including barring them from having privately owned firearms on base, in response to a shooting by a Saudi trainee in December that killed t...
The Pentagon's Central Command confirmed late Thursday that 11 American troops showed symptoms of concussions strong enough to be flown out of Iraq following an Iranian ballistic missile attack that President Donald Trump claimed left no casualties. Ir...
DHS looking to block major drug-smuggling corridors
In a defining week for President Donald Trump on the world stage, national security adviser Robert O’Brien was a constant presence at the president’s side as the U.S. edged to the brink of war with Iran and back again. The contrasts with O&...
Iran's rubber-stamp parliament voted to expand an April 2019 bill declaring U.S. Central Command a terrorist organization to all of the Pentagon following the elimination of Iranian terror chief Qasem Soleimani.
Pentagon leaders defended the U.S. military strike against Soleimani, saying intelligence showed he was planning "imminent" combat operations.
New York Times reporter Helene Cooper said Monday during a discussion of the death of Iranian general Qassem Soleimani that the U.S. Department of Defense was "quite tragically" good at killing people.
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Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei vowed "harsh vengeance" against the United States following an airstrike that killed Commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) Quds Force Major General Qasem Soleimani on Thursday.
Says 'it’s time Iran started acting like a normal country'
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Defense Secretary Mark Esper said on Thursday there were indications Iran or forces it backs may be planning additional attacks, warning that the "game has changed" and it was possible the United States might have to take preemptive action to protect American lives.
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Department of Defense Secretary Mark Esper announced Tuesday evening that he has approved the deployment of 750 U.S. soldiers to the Middle East following an attack by pro-Iran forces on the U.S. Embassy in Iraq.
U.S. warplanes struck targets in Iraq and Syria over the weekend, killing at least 25 members of an Iran-backed Shiite militia group called Kataib Hezbollah that was held responsible for a rocket attack on Friday that killed an American civilian contra...
President Donald Trump signed into a law a defense bill on Friday that ushered in significant reforms for military families.
An American service member was killed in action in Afghanistan on Sunday, just two days before Christmas, the Pentagon announced.
Rising space power China on Monday attacked the newly created U.S. Space Force as a “direct threat to outer space peace and security.” Foreign ministry spokesman Geng Shuang told reporters that China is “deeply concerned about it and resolutely o...
The 2020 Pentagon spending bill contains a camouflaged provision allowing any U.S. president to amnesty millions of illegal immigrants -- regardless of the shock to Americans' wages, workplaces, and communities, says a former immigration judge.
In 1987, the United States signed a treaty with the Soviet Union which banned certain ballistic missiles. The treaty, according to The Hill, is credited with helping bring the Cold War to a close. This is all fantastic, but it’s been nearly 28 ye...
The Pentagon on Tuesday ordered an operational pause in training Saudi military students at its bases, following a deadly shooting.
US Navy Secretary wants 355 ships as soon as possible
Senior officials reportedly hid evidence the war became unwinnable