Iraqi government forces, backed by Sunni tribesman and U.S. airstrikes, recaptured the city from ISIS.
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A small office in DoJ seeks to root out human rights violators hiding in the United States.
Erroneous claims that one of the San Bernardino shooters made public social-media posts about jihad have produced legislation to overhaul the process of screening visas.
Some of the military-technology agency’s images are disconcerting. Others are actually kind of cute.
The UN Security Council backs a blueprint for Syrian peace talks — and papers over powderkeg tensions between the U.S. and Russia.
If something had gone wrong as the world entered the new millennium, the Pentagon may not have been prepared for the consequences.
The real story of the military’s Santa Tracker isn’t what you’ve heard—it’s even better.
The order also implements a 1.3 percent pay raise for uniformed military service members.
DHS and local law enforcement are looking to harden its drones against attack, but that comes at a price.
Department is working on final rules that recognize eight medical conditions associated with drinking water contamination at the Marine training base between 1953 and 1987.