The results are in from last summer’s attempt to test new technology that would provide the Pentagon with a lightning-fast vehicle, capable of delivering a military strike anywhere in the world in less than an hour. In August the Pentagon's resear
Iran has completed reverse-engineering of the captured US spy drone and has started building its own copy.
The US could fork out $680 million on strengthening the Israeli Iron Dome rocket shield.
There are many evils in the world, but extinguishing people’s lives with targeted, extra-judicial killings, when you don’t even know their names, based on “patterns” of behavior judged from thousands of miles away, definitely ranks high on the list.
Iraq suffered significant bomb attacks in multiple cities today, leaving at least 69 dead and 176 more wounded.
The fact that the war is lost is virtually accepted wisdom at this point.
The press termed the test a "missile delusion" and a mere "show of strength".
US soldier says he released the photos to the LA Times to show breakdown in leadership and discipline
As Germany insists that Greece submit to harsh austerity measures leaving pensions cut, unemployment soaring and the healthcare system slashed, one area it believes needn't be cut is Greece's weapons purchases, provided in great part by and benefitin
NATO is to get more help from Russia in the Afghan war.
While Damascus and the UN have signed an agreement on the terms of the UN monitoring mission in Syria, the US has called for tougher sanctions against the Assad regime, including a global arms embargo.
Worldwide military spending held strong at $1.7 trillion dollars in 2011, despite the lingering global financial crisis. With US arms spending on the slide, Russia and China are on the rise.
Pyongyang says it is “no longer bound to” its deal with the US, which provided a nuclear and missile test moratorium in return for food aid.
US Says They'll Spend That Much, But Don't Want It in Writing
Trying to counter perceptions that allies are ducking out early, US officials claim no plans have changed
Publicly Cheering About War, But Privately Officials Concerned About Dwindling Security
In a repeat of events in LA three months ago, black military helicopters buzzed skyscrapers and high rise buildings in downtown Chicago Monday night, in what has been described as an urban training exercise.
'Every US attack conducted in Yemen only grows al Qaeda's power'
Military and intelligence officials said the sophistication of the coordinated attacks in Kabul, Afghanistan, show a troubling growth of the Haqqani network.
As another round of all-too-realistic war games has kicked off in Taiwan and the Philippines, the Pacific looks to become the next flashpoint of conflict.
EXCLUSIVE: Yonas Fikre believes the US government played a role in his hellish three-month detention in the United Arab Emirates.
A preliminary investigation by the Defense Department has determined that more than five military personnel might have been involved in the hotel misconduct that occurred last week in Cartagena, Colombia
I mean, how many people could think it’d be a good idea to notify a spouse of their loved one’s death on Facebook?
Military exercises in the South China Sea threaten to exacerbate balance of power with oil-rich Spratly Islands.
UN peacekeepers' camp struck as South Sudan says several killed in air raids, but Sudan denies cross-border attacks.
Government forces and coalition helicopters have finally put an end to insurgents’ 18-hour attacks in Afghanistan.
Fighting continues in one of the biggest attacks since 2001
An initial team of U.N. ceasefire monitors is due to arrive in Syria on Sunday evening and will be deployed on Monday in an effort to keep the peace plan on track
The general public will likely never know just what caused a North Korean rocket to crash and burn on Friday (April 13), one expert says.
Soldier wrote detailed report claiming US generals ‘have so distorted the truth … the truth has become unrecognizable’