The longest war in U.S. history exposes a divide between soldiers motivated by the attacks, and those who have no memory of it.

The Secret Service is aware of Kris Paronto's comments but has not said whether the agency is investigating.

Which countries have weapons? How much damage could they do? An expert answers some of our most pressing questions.

Chapman died in a 2002 battle in Afghanistan, and received the Medal of Honor after a lengthy Air Force investigation.

A flurry of lawsuits have led to the Army reversing discharges for immigrant troops and broader reviews of its practices.

Bribery and fraud charges announced against three retired sailors, including an officer who allegedly took part in a wild two-day party that cost $75,000.

Dana W. White is the top spokeswoman for Defense Secretary Jim Mattis.

The Marine was reported missing Thursday in the Sulu Sea.

The shooting occurred Feb. 17 on a base in the Middle Euphrates River Valley.

Former Russian intelligence officer Sergei Skripal and his daughter, Yulia, were sickened in Salisbury after they were exposed to Novichok, a Soviet-era chemical weapon. A British woman died in July after coming into contact with the nerve agent. The State Department said the United States had determined that Russia had used chemical or biological weapons […]

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