A drone wreck in Syria and others in Yemen are pulling back the curtain on U.S. surveillance targets.
A battle with Islamist rebels left 44 police officers dead in an operation that targeted two terrorism suspects.
With the country in chaos, the U.S. cannot account for guns, vehicles and other equipment, amid fears that it is at risk of being seized by rebels or al-Qaeda, according to officials.
Adan Garaar, a senior leader in the militant group, may have been killed in the strike in Somalia, officials say.
Gen. Philip M. Breedlove says he has made recommendations to the White House on how to counter Moscow.
After a strategy session in Kuwait, Ashton Carter gave no sign that the mission will change direction.
The new Pentagon chief wants an intensive strategy discussion about Islamic State; no PowerPoint allowed.
American and Afghan officials said they might keep U.S. bases open longer than originally planned.
High on his agenda: determining if the U.S. needs to revisit its timetable for pulling out troops.