On the front lines of the fight against ISIS in west Mosul, a photojournalist for The Times documents the toll on Iraqis who have no safe way to escape.
The deaths have sparked renewed concerns about civilian casualties from coalition airstrikes targeting ISIS fighters in the city.
We all want to believe that the future is filled with amazing technology, the end of disease, interplanetary travel, and a thriving environment. But the good folks at Bozena Security Systems know that the future is made of armored plating and riot gear.
How to decipher a North Korean missile test and reconstruct the what, when, where, and why in just 72 hours.
With the power to decimate a specific target, rocket launchers have captured popular imagination since the '80s.
In the future, everyone carries a gun. They have to. It's the law.
During a rooftop firefight in Fallujah, in one of the most harrowing battles of the Iraq War, something happened to Elliot Ackerman that he would never forget. Twelve years later, he went back to confront the past.
Faiza, a Syrian refugee, recounts the violence that forced the family to seek refuge in Jordan and the kidnapping of her brother, who was likely tortured to death by the Assad Regime.
This pajama boy Dr. Sebastian L. v. Gorka seems like a troubling guy. Oh well. At least Samanthe Bee's sweater game is strong.
Trump has not articulated a new mission that would require a military spending increase. This has left analysts wondering what goals he has in mind.
The US military said it detected a missile which appeared to explode within seconds of being launched.
“It’s not that the Russians are doing something others can’t do. It’s that Russian hackers are willing to go there, to experiment and carry out attacks that others countries would back away from.”
When John Albert first joined the Marines, he didn’t imagine that within a few years he’d be going to war against the Corps. But when he stumbled into a revenge porn Facebook group run by his fellow Marines, he didn't have a choice.
The US government just declassified some old nuclear test videos. This one, in particular, is a bit different from the usual mushroom cloud view, and it's really quite something.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, a Britain-based war monitor, said on Monday there are so far about 465,000 people killed and missing in Syria's civil war.
Today, the United States is the only country to base its naval strategy on aircraft carriers.
A senior American general told Congress on Wednesday that Russia has deployed a prohibited cruise missile, the first public confirmation by the United States that the Kremlin had fielded the weapon in violation of a landmark arms control agreement.
Military units in both the Allied and Axis powers used air-filled tanks and straw airplanes to deceive enemies.
China has proposed that North Korea suspend its tests of missile and nuclear technology to "defuse a looming crisis."
Joseph Kony built an army of child soldiers indoctrinated in his personality cult, robbing central Africa of a generation.
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