The Obama administration funded Afghan Army units that it knew were committing human rights abuses, according to a major report released Tuesday.
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Chelsea Manning has filed to run for Senate as a Democratic candidate in Maryland, but such a run subjects Manning to prosecution for violating Pentagon regulations on political activities, according to former military lawyers.
Poll Shows Global Confidence In US Leadership Down, But Experts Say It’s Because Of Major Trump Foreign Policy Shakeup
A Gallup poll released Thursday shows that world approval of U.S. leadership has fallen to a historic low during the Trump administration, but some experts believe the low approval rate could be due to the fact that Trump is taking U.S. foreign policy in an "America First" direction.
The U.S.-led coalition is committing to the creation of a 30,000-strong local force to protect Syria's border regions for the ostensible purpose of preventing insurgencies, but Turkey is outraged at the idea of a force near its border.
Taliban-linked insurgents lured the U.S. military to a meeting and then opened fire, wounding a U.S. soldier, but earning the wrath of a coalition airstrike in response.
U.S. Navy veteran Eric Walker was told to go home and take care of his cocaine addiction when he went to the emergency room at the Dorn Veterans Hospital in South Carolina over serious stomach pains.
Iranian officials blasted President Donald Trump Saturday for threatening to pull out of the 2015 nuclear deal if the terms of the agreement aren't up for discussion.
An Islamic State affiliate has finally claimed responsibility for the deadly attack on American special forces in Niger three months after the attack happened.
Marchello Dsaun McCain, brother of San Diego Islamic State fighter Douglas McCain, has been sentenced to 10 years for illegal possession of firearms and making false statements about terror plans.
The Army draws a disproportionate number of recruits from the South, a region of the country known for high rates of obesity and physical inactivity, which represents a threat to both national security and military readiness.
The Pentagon's top enlisted man threatened Tuesday that if Islamic State fighters refuse to surrender, they'll be beaten to death with shovels.
VA Doctor Diagnosed Vet With Bacterial Infection And Gave Him Some Anti-Inflammatory Pills. Days Later, His Thumb Had To Be Amputated
Veteran Raynard Parks had to have his thumb amputated at a private hospital after being given anti-inflammatory pills by a Memphis VA doctor in response to a bacterial infection.
The American soldier found dead in Niger after an Islamic State-affiliated ambush fought to the death and was never actually captured, according to an explosive new report.
Russian President Vladimir Putin called President Donald Trump on Sunday to thank him for a CIA tip that prevented a plot to bomb St. Petersburg.
The Islamic State has claimed responsibility for an attack on a Methodist church Sunday in Pakistan, that left at least eight people dead and 30 others injured.
U.S. special operators have conducted thousands of missions in Afghanistan over the last six months.
The Pentagon has admitted to establishing a $22 million dollar program to studying unidentified flying objects, otherwise known as UFOs.
The United Nations has called on Iraq to stop executing suspected Islamic State militants convicted of terrorism.
The latest round of peace talks in Geneva regarding the future of Syria has ended without moving a single step closer to a deal, according to United Nations mediator Staffan de Mistura.