US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Sunday said the world "will not wait indefinitely" for Iran to live up to its international obligations regarding its nuclear program.
Heavily armed militants were holding up to 15 soldiers hostage inside Pakistan's army headquarters Saturday after they stormed the complex in an audacious assault on the nuclear-armed country's most powerful institution.
The remote U.S. outpost near the Pakistan border that was nearly overrun by insurgents last weekend has been abandoned and destroyed by American troops, military officials announced today.
The chairman of the House Appropriations Committee cast serious doubts on whether Democrats can back a major military expansion in Afghanistan, calling the country’s government “almost useless” and drawing a comparison with Vietnam. After emerging
U.S. President Barack Obama won the Nobel Peace Prize on Friday for offering the world hope and striving for nuclear disarmament in a surprise award that drew both warm praise and sharp criticism.
Yesterday marked the anniversary of American boots on the ground in Afghanistan. Eight years into the war, the U.S. effort is adrift. Those who expected decisive action on Afghanistan from President Obama will have to keep waiting.
Even before the body of 1st Lt. Jonathan Brostrom reached the United States, his brigade commander was on the phone to the young officer's father in Honolulu.
The anti-war group Code Pink, which rose to prominence with high-profile protests against the Iraq and Afghanistan wars over the past 7 years, is softening its stance against the war in Afghanistan over concerns that a troop withdrawal could harm wom
During a routine check of a watch tower at a U.S. military base in Kuwait, an Army sergeant found the guard leaning back in a chair, his sunglasses on, apparently sound asleep. When the soldier woke the guard, an employee of a defense contractor name
The protesters convened for a final planning meeting, already triumphant, convinced that nine months of preparation was about to pay off. Antiwar organizers who had come to Washington from 27 states exchanged hugs inside a Columbia Heights convention
Is the U.S. stepping up preparations for a possible attack on Iran's nuclear facilities?
War with Iran is now inevitable. The only question is: Will it happen sooner or later? Tehran's recent missile tests and war games suggest that the apocalyptic mullahs have reached the same conclusion.
The top Senate Democrat says lawmakers of both parties assured President Barack Obama on Tuesday that they will rally behind whatever decision he makes on Afghanistan.
Defense Secretary Robert Gates blamed the Taliban's revival on a past failure to deploy enough troops to Afghanistan and said U.S. forces would not withdraw whatever the result of President Barack Obama's strategy review. "We are not leaving Afgha
The United States believes Iran's Revolutionary Guards are providing training and weapons to Taliban insurgents in Afghanistan to help them fight Western forces, U.S. counterterrorism officials said on Monday. The alleged role played by the Revolu
Many prominent nations have declared an economic jihad against the United States as what appears to be the final nail in America’s economic coffin. This devastating action was driven by the Gulf Arabs, China, Russia, Japan and France as these nations
What if innocent Americans were being killed in repeated drone attacks carried out by some foreign force who was trying to fix our problems for us? Would sending money help their image? If another nation committed this type of violence and destruct
White House spokesman Robert Gibbs said that walking away isn't a viable option to deal with a war that is about to enter its ninth year. "I don't think we have the option to leave. That's quite clear," Gibbs said.
Almost eight years into the war, Afghanistan, and to a lesser extent Iraq, now offer the purest test yet of a fighting doctrine that is rapidly sweeping the US military. While counter-insurgency methods were used by the US Army at various times throu
Firing rockets and rifles, Taliban militiamen attacked American and Afghan military outposts in a daylong siege on Saturday that killed 8 U.S. soldiers and two Afghan security forces in one of the deadliest battles in months, according to U.S. and Af
The United States has long suspected that much of the billions of [taypayer] dollars it has sent Pakistan to battle militants has been diverted to the domestic economy and other causes, such as fighting India.
An Afghan soldier on guard at a joint base with U.S. troops shot dead two American servicemen and wounded two others as they slept. The shooting took place after a combined team of Afghan and U.S. forces had returned from a joint operation late on Fr
The Army discharged Lt. Ehren Watada, writing the final chapter on the case of the most prominent military officer to refuse a deployment to Iraq. Watada, who had refused to deploy to Iraq in 2006 because he believed the war was illegal, finished out
As President Obama approaches a decision point on Afghanistan strategy and whether to increase troop levels, a 24-minute rough cut of the first act of Obama's War.
The Obama administration’s quest to control the health-insurance industry has dominated the headlines for months, but finally — with the news out of Iran and Afghanistan —foreign policy has again asserted itself. It was almost easy to forget that the
Anthony lays bare the hyper-reality of American knowinglessness about Iraq, and captures the day-to-day insanity of the war. Mass Casualties is a must read for patriot Americans concerned with the US global empire and the undisclosed truths of the Ir
Iran is caught lying … time to now reveal where its nuclear plants are hidden across the country or else … But it is bad politics that is actually leading us to Hell !!!
The United States and NATO countries fighting in Afghanistan have told President Hamid Karzai's government that they expect him to remain in office for another five-year term and will work with him on an expanded campaign to turn insurgent fighters a
The Army is allowing the first commissioned officer to be court-martialed for refusing to go to Iraq to resign from the service, his attorney said late Friday. First Lt. Ehren Watada will be granted a discharge Oct. 2, ''under other than honorable
President Barack Obama declared Friday that Iran is on a path to confrontation with world powers unless it agrees to "come clean" and disclose all its nuclear activities. He said he would not rule out military action.