President Barack Obama thinks he has figured out a way to sign the annual defense budget bill, while still allowing some amount of room to evade provisions blocking the transfer of detainees to the United States.
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Turkey shot a Russian SU-24 aircraft down after the jet violated its airspace Tuesday. Here’s what a Turkish bomber told the SU-24 just before it fired.
The United Arab Emirates has sent in hundreds of Colombian mercenaries to try and turn the tide in the Yemen civil war.
China just signed a 10-year agreement to build its first military base in Africa, continuing a strategy of expansion outside the Asia-Pacific region.
Non-Profit Legal Group Wants To Make Sure Salem VA Doesn’t Punish Employees For Celebrating Christmas
A non-profit legal group wants to make sure the Salem Veterans Affairs (VA) medical center makes good on its promise to allow religious expression over the holidays so employees don’t have to fear reprisals.
A U.S. Marine singing the national anthem in full uniform in advance of a rally for GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump has drawn heated criticism for breaking regulations.
An alleged recruiter for the Islamic State in London’s backyard is calling for the overthrow of the western order and the triumph of the Caliphate.
As part of Operation Tidal Wave II, the U.S. military dropped leaflets containing grave warnings to oil truck drivers in Islamic State territory 45 minutes before destroying almost half the truck fleet.
Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) executives Diana Rubens and Kimberly Graves, both implicated in a fraudulent scheme which netted $400,000, were demoted, but not fired, and will keep taxpayer money.
The law firm representing Ahmed Mohamed, who has become known as Clock Boy, has sent the Irving City Hall and Irving School District a letter demanding $10 million and $5 million respectively for the poor treatment of Mohamed.
Airstrikes just aren’t enough to slow down the Islamic State, former Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta said Sunday.
Youth in France are lining up to join the military following the devastating Paris attacks Nov. 13, which resulted in 130 dead and 300 injured.
Afghans hoping to sneak into Europe as refugees are purchasing fake death threat letters allegedly sent by the Taliban.
The Salem Veterans Affairs medical center in Virginia has reversed its ban on the display of Christmas trees in public areas at the facility.
An internal investigation at the Department of Veterans Affairs in Puerto Rico has revealed that an employee ran a private business out of her office selling vitamins and Energetix magnetic jewelry.
A disabled veteran seeking care at the Philadelphia Veterans Affairs hospital died after jumping off a parking deck Thursday morning.
Islamic State militants brutally crushed protests launched by civilians fed up with injustices suffered under the terror group's rule in Islamic State-controlled territory.
U.S. Secretary of Defense Ash Carter unequivocally blamed Russia for fueling the civil war in Syria, adding that Russia’s strategy against ISIS is “deeply mistaken.”
Philanthropist Sees 400 US Troops Eating Bagged Lunches, Pays For Them To Eat Wherever They Want [WATCH]
A group of 400 U.S. servicemen stationed in Ireland received an unexpected surprise while eating lunch at an airport.