UNITED NATIONS — The United States will ask the U.N. Security Council this week to discuss North Korea’s recent missile launches and the the possibility of an “escalatory” provocation, a State Department official said on Monday.
Four people including a shooter were killed on Friday at Naval Air Station Pensacola, a major U.S. Navy base in Florida, and several other people were injured, authorities said, the second deadly shooting at a U.S. military installation this week.
WASHINGTON -- A U.S. Navy warship seized advanced missile parts believed to be linked to Iran in the Gulf of Oman, U.S. officials said on Wednesday, as President Donald Trump's administration pressures Tehran to curb its regional activities.
THE HAGUE — A lawyer for President Donald Trump argued at the International Criminal Court on Wednesday that prosecutors were wrong to seek an investigation into alleged war crimes in Afghanistan which he said “specifically targeted U.S. soldiers.”
WASHINGTON, D.C. — A new report raises questions about the way the U.S. Navy has estimated the cost of a 20-year shipyard modernization project, and said the Navy risks asking for not enough money to finish the work.
KABUL — The U.S. military command in Afghanistan said it is aware of allegations of civilian casualties after an airstrike targeted Taliban fighters in eastern Afghanistan. The strike was conducted Thursday in Khost province’s Terezayi district along the border with Pakistan, according to th…
CAIRO (Reuters) - Islamic State said the London Bridge attack on Friday was carried out by one of its fighters, the group's Amaq news agency reported on Saturday. The group did not provide any evidence.
President Donald Trump's confident assertion that the Taliban is ready and even eager for a cease-fire demanded by the United States in Afghanistan's 18-year-old war may be more wishful thinking than reality.
WASHINGTON -- U.S. Defense Secretary Mark Esper fired the Navy's top civilian after losing confidence in him over his handling of the high-profile case of a Navy SEAL convicted of battlefield misconduct in Iraq, the Pentagon said on Sunday.
Defense Secretary Mark Esper on Monday offered an explanation for why he ousted his Navy secretary, saying that he was “flabbergasted” to learn that Richard Spencer tried to make a secret deal with the White House in which a Navy SEAL acquitted of murder could retire as a member of the elite…
HALIFAX, Nova Scotia — Navy Secretary Richard Spencer said on Friday a Navy SEAL convicted of battlefield misconduct should face a board of peers weighing whether to oust him from the elite force, despite President Donald Trump’s objection.