Mattis on the "deploy-or-out" policy, the Niger ambush, AFA symposium and more.
The Marine Corps has already taken steps to improve training for Marines deploying to Norway.
Defending someone's character -- and being proven wrong later -- carries no penalty for America's flag officers.
VA Secretary Dr. David Shulkin's chief of staff has resigned amid a scandal over travel expenses.
The policy grew out of Mattis' directive to the services to take steps to improve the "lethality" of the force.
The Gray Eagle drones will be operated mostly by enlisted personnel close to battle zones.
A dedicated "war tax" would draw attention to military spending and force Americans to confront defense costs.
The case plunged into chaos last year when three of the defendant's lawyers quit.
Emmanuel Mensah, 28, died while saving the lives of others from the worst New York fire in the past 25 years.
The "NEO" plan addresses how to move about 230,000 Americans civilians off the Korean peninsula.
U.S. and Iraqi commanders warn that victories over ISIS could be easily undercut by a large-scale withdrawal.
The evidence describes a vast, secret, social-media campaign financed by a Russian entrepreneur.
The operation to recover the plane and the bodies of three sailors would be the deepest one ever attempted.
A Pentagon watchdog agency is raising fresh doubts about progress in the 16-year-old U.S. war in Afghanistan.
A proposal by the White House would cut the amount of food aid given to most recipients, including many military families.
Tom McKeown Sr. took a tethered balloon ride as an early birthday present. He turns 96 on May 7.
Simone Askew solidified her place in history at West Point, becoming the first African American woman to earn the position of...
On "We'll Meet Again," Army Chaplain Timothy Mallard revisits the area of the Pentagon hit by Flight 77 on 9/11.
Marine combat veteran Kevin Nicholson is trying to unseat Sen. Tammy Baldwin, D-Wis., in the upcoming midterm elections.