North Korea's military parades are an impressive sight. They can also give away important information about the regime's capabilities and ambitions.
North Korea can produce reliable nuclear (but not thermonuclear) warheads, but their ability to produce an ICBM remains to be seen.
After years of development, the CH-53K King Stallion will relieve the Corps' 40-year-old CH-53E. Just one problem: The King Stallions will end up costing $138.5 million apiece — even more expensive than the notoriously costly F-35.
An interim revision to Navy regulations prohibits Navy and Marine Corps personnel from posting intimate photos “if the person making the distribution or broadcast does so without legal justification or excuse,” the regulation reads.
As Pentagon looks for strategies to pressure North Korea into denuclearization, US officials worry that intercepting missiles could escalate tensions and risk war.
Behind this “call to farms” is the story of millions of women—from farming wives to single urbanites—who dropped everything to plow fields, plant crops, cultivate gardens, rake muck, milk cows, slaughter animals, and drive tractors.
Accurate radio reporting of British defeats helped win trust of German listeners
Mike Pence calls the test — which failed upon launch — a "provocation."
At the front lines of the fight in Iraq, ISIS drones outfitted with grenades are an incredibly menacing presence to battalions.
It doesn't hold a candle to Little Boy and Fat Man.
In 2016, Captain Nathan Smith sued President Obama for issuing an order to engage in the battle against ISIS without congressional approval. Can his case clarify the debate over President Trump’s strikes in Syria?
On Thursday, the US military dropped a Massive Ordnance Air Burst (MOAB) bomb (aka, the "Mother Of All Bombs") on an ISIS base in Afghanistan. It's the first time the massive weapon has been used on the battlefield.
Biographies of "homegrown" European terrorists show they are violent nihilists who adopt Islam, rather than religious fundamentalists who turn to violence.
In an interview with Fox News' Maria Bartiromo, President Trump described the moment he told Chinese President Xi Jinping about his missile strike against Syria.
The concept of an automatic system that guarantees nuclear retaliation if a country is subjected to a nuclear attack has been part of the collective nuclear nightmare for decades. It’s not just a concept, though.
What really happened in 2001 when China brought down a US military spy plane? A secret report from the Snowden archive provides details.
During the Holocaust, Jewish photographer Henryk Ross used his camera as a tool of resistance against the Nazi regime by documenting the harsh realities inside the ghetto of Lodz, Poland.
On Tuesday, Russian leader Vladimir Putin promoted the theory that the Idlib chemical attack that occurred last week in Syria was a false flag operation by the US — a theory that originated from Assad loyalists Al-Masdar and made its way to noted conspiracy theorist Alex Jones of Infowars.
At Tuesday's White House press briefing, Press Secretary Sean Spicer was asked whether or not he believed Vladimir Putin would continue to support the Assad regime in Syria after recent chemical attacks were carried out on civilians. "Someone as despicable as Hitler... didn't even sink to the level of using chemical weapons," he responded.
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