Kerry will be in Cairo to support Egypt’s campaign against Islamic State-allied militants in the Sinai.
Spy agencies continue to raise concerns about the messages, which were held on her private server.
Wresting control of the provincial capital of Anbar province back from the Islamic State won't be easy.
The announcement comes 14 years after the Pentagon launched the fighter jet program, the most expensive in the Defense Department’s history.
Only the swamps of Florida stand between two female soldiers becoming the first women to ever graduate from the Army's famously difficult Ranger School.
Two weeks after the attack, the U.S. government is still grappling with what to call it.
U.S. officials suspected Pakistan protected Mohammed Omar and other elements of the militant group for years before he died.
The seizure of the leader of the Division 30 rebel group is a setback for U.S. plans.
You might miss 100 percent of the shots you don’t take, but how many shots will you miss if your computer-aided sniper rifle is being hacked over WiFi?
'This incident and the ongoing threat underscore the need for DoD to revise its force protection,' Defense Secretary Ashton B. Carter said.
The military makes that the locations in the world most prone to instability and bloodshed also are the ones where climate change has the greatest impact.
Releasing on January 15th 2015, Michael Bay’s film adaption of the book by Mitchell Zuckoff--13 Hours: The Inside Account of What Really Happened in Benghazi--stars The Office’s John Krasinski and Orange is the New Black’s Pablo Schreiber.
Though not invited, Kerry showed up to a Senate hearing to defend the nuclear agreement he negotiated.
By many accounts, insurgent corpses remained in the streets of Fallujah for weeks.
The former Navy intelligence analyst, now 60, is eligible for release 30 years after his arrest.