US Declares Iran's Guard Force a 'Terrorist Organization'
It is the first time that the U.S. has designated a part of another government as a terrorist organization.
US to Designate Iran Revolutionary Guard a Terrorist Group
It would be the first such designation by any American administration of an entire foreign government entity.
NATO Approves Measures to Counter Russia amid Internal Rifts
The NATO ministers also renewed demands for Russia to end its annexation of Crimea.
US Abruptly Endorses Israel's Golan Sovereignty in Big Shift
President Donald Trump abruptly declared the U.S. will recognize Israel's sovereignty over the disputed Golan Heights.
US Bars Entry to International Criminal Court Investigators
The action aims to prevent the ICC from infringing on U.S. sovereignty by prosecuting American forces for war crimes.
Afghan Official Blasts US Talks with Taliban
Afghanistan's national security adviser said the Trump administration has alienated the Afghan government.
Trump Blames Russia as US Pulls Out of Nuclear Arms Treaty
The Trump administration said Friday it is freeing itself from the constraints of a nuclear arms control treaty with Russia.
Pelosi Cancels Afghanistan Trip, Cites Trump 'Leak'
It was the latest twist in what has become a Washington game of brinkmanship between Pelosi and Trump.
US and North Korea to Hold Talks on 2nd Trump-Kim Summit
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is expected to meet former North Korean spy chief Kim Yong Chol at a Washington hotel on Frida...
US Says It's Time for a New Government in Troubled Venezuela
The State Department said in a statement that it stood behind the head of Venezuela's opposition-run congress, Juan Guaido.
Pompeo Repudiates Obama Mideast Policy, Takes Aim at Iran
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo delivered a scathing rebuke of the Obama administration's Mideast policies on Thursday.
US Warns Russia it Is Ready to Abandon Key Nuclear Pact
Pompeo announced the decision after NATO allies supported Washington's contention that Russia violated the treaty's terms.
US Analysts Locate Secret North Korean Missile Sites
U.S. analysts said Monday they have located more than half of an estimated 20 secret North Korean missile development sites.
US Restores Iran Sanctions Lifted Under Obama Nuclear Deal
The sanction are the second batch the administration has reimposed since Trump withdrew from the landmark accord with Iran.
US Tags Iran Anew as Top Terror Sponsor, Global Attacks Fall
The United States has once again named Iran as the world's leading state sponsor of terrorism.
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2nd Cavalry Gives Germany-Based Squadrons Days Off for Not Drinking and Driving
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The evaluation, which began April 22 and will last until May 3, will include a 36-hour platoon situational training exercise.
Navy Vet Accused of Threatening Baby, Church on Easter Pleads Not Guilty
A Navy veteran accused of holding a gun to her baby's head and threatening to blow up a church pleaded not guilty.
Second Lady Karen Pence Celebrates Military Spouses at Naval Station Norfolk
Pence delivered care packages, took photos and chatted with the spouses of deployed service members.
US Navy Drafting New Guidelines for Reporting UFOs
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Trump to Speak at Upcoming Air Force Academy Graduation
President Trump will speak at an Air Force Academy commencement May 30, Sarah Huckabee Sanders told reporters.
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The Tactical High-power Microwave Operational Responder, or THOR, is in developmental testing.
Air Force Captain Who Allegedly Tried to Lure a Child Was Caught in Sting
The 14-year-old child was really an officer with the Sheriff's Office's Internet Crimes Against Children task force.
Marine Corps News
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The commanding officer of a Japan-based Marine Hornet squadron has been relieved four months after a refueling collision.
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Coast Guard News
Coast Guard Academy Making Investments to Bolster Seamanship
Each year, the academy graduates about 200 "service-ready" ensigns.
Feds: Coast Guard Officer Targeted Supreme Court Justices
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Firebolt Crew Members Honored 15 Years After Tragic 2004 Suicide Bombing
Today, Firebolt is one of 10 Navy coastal patrol ships permanently deployed to Bahrain, along with six Coast Guard cutters.