Russian surface-to-air missile batteries are tracking U.S. warplanes in Syria after the country's ministry of defense pledged to target U.S. aircraft, Air Force Brig. Gen. Charles Corcoran confirmed to Military.com.
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The White House warned Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad not to use chemical weapons after U.S. intelligence indicated another attack could be imminent, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer announced Monday.
Senate Foreign Relations Committee chairman Bob Corker will block future arms sales to Gulf coast countries (GCC) until the growing Qatar crisis is resolved, he revealed in a letter to Secretary of State Rex Tillerson Monday.
Islamic extremist terrorist groups killed nearly 300 civilians during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan in heinous, spectacular, or western attacks, The Daily Caller News Foundation review reveals.
The Islamic State's affiliate in Afghanistan featured young children executing two purported "spies" in its latest propaganda video.
President Donald Trump cruise missile retaliation against the Syrian regime for using sarin gas against its own citizens may have jeopardized U.S. chances at securing the return of hostage Austin Tice, The New York Times reports.
Operation Inherent Resolve spokesman U.S. Army Col. Ryan Dillon cast doubt on the Russian's government claim that Islamic State leader Abu-Bakr al-Baghdadi was killed in a late May airstrike.
The U.S.-led anti-ISIS coalition killed top Islamic State banker Fawaz Muhammad Jubayr al-Rawi in a June 16 airstrike, the Pentagon announced Friday.
Some senior Obama officials lament that they did not do enough to stop Russian attempts to influence the 2016 election, The Washington Post reported Friday.
Al-Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula senior leader, or emir, Abu Khattab al Awlaqi was killed in a June 16 U.S. airstrike along with two associates, U.S. Central Command announced Thursday.
The Islamic State's affiliate in Afghanistan continues to thrive despite several U.S. and Afghan military efforts to annihilate the group, Pentagon Chief Spokeswoman Dana White told Voice of America Wednesday.
A Canadian special forces sniper broke the world record for longest confirmed kill after hitting an Islamic State fighter in Iraq at a distance of more than two miles, Canadian media reports.
Secretary of Defense James Mattis expressed anger at the death of recently released North Korean prisoner Otto Warmbier at a Wednesday appearance with Secretary of State Rex Tillerson.
King Salman of Saudi Arabia elevated his son Mohammed Bin Salman to be his heir apparent Wednesday in a major palace shakeup with far-reaching consequences for Middle Eastern relations.
The U.S. military spent $28 million on ineffective camouflage uniforms for the Afghan National Security Forces, the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction noted in a Tuesday report.
The Afghan government is funding a breakaway faction of the Taliban to wreak havoc within the broader insurgent movement, The New York Times reports.
The U.S. could increasingly find itself engaging Syrian regime, Iranian, or even Russian military assets as the campaign to retake the Islamic State's capital of Raqqa escalates.
An armed Russian jet came within five feet of a U.S. spy plane over the Baltic Sea Monday, Fox News reports.
The Pentagon's likely forthcoming decision to send a few thousand more troops to Afghanistan may not be enough to turn the tide of the increasingly deteriorating war.