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Army cadets look on as their team falters afield during the annual Navy vs. Army college football in 2011

U.S. Military: Sexual Assault in the Ranks Is Less Prevalent, and Better Reported

But defense officials say that with an estimated 14,900 cases last year, there’s still work to be done.

An Air Force player is tackled during the Army-Navy game in November.

The Military's U-Turn on Student Athletes

The Pentagon reversed a 2016 policy allowing military students to pursue professional athletic careers post-graduation.

Trump Would Meet Kim Jong Un 'Under Right Circumstances'

The president’s remarks to Bloomberg News raise questions about his North Korea policy.

A Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) interceptor is launched from a THAAD battery located on Wake Island, during Flight Test Operational in 2015.

Actually, the U.S. Will Pay for the THAAD Anti-Missile System

South Korea said the Trump administration reconfirmed its commitment to foot the bill, contradicting what the president said days earlier.

Special IG Calls for Trump-Era Recalibration in Afghanistan

With rising casualties and chaos, agencies should re-prioritize programs, says Sopko.

'There Is a Chance That We Could End Up Having a Major, Major Conflict With North Korea'

President Trump, in an interview with Reuters, also said while he would “love to solve things diplomatically … it’s very difficult.”

People Are Calling In to a New 'Criminal Alien' Hotline With Reports of Extraterrestrials

On Wednesday, the administration launched a new office to “assist victims of crimes committed by criminal aliens.” Some rang in with reports of UFOs.

A UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter carrying leaders and advisers from Train, Advise, Assist Command - East, Resolute Support Mission, and Combined Security Transition Command-Afghanistan travels to the Nangarhar police Regional Logistics Center in 2015.

The Death of Two U.S. Service Members in Afghanistan

They were killed in an operation targeting ISIS militants in Nangarhar province, where the U.S. this month dropped the “mother of all bombs.”

Former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn

House Oversight Members Press for Evidence on Flynn’s Fees from Russia

Pentagon watchdog launched probe of ex-Trump national security adviser weeks ago.