Keep your eyes on Iranian ballistic missiles showing up in Yemen.
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President Trump said he'll begin reinstating nuclear sanctions on the Iranian regime, effectively marking the beginning of the end of the agreement.
Democrats are concerned about the CIA nominee's record on torture, but fear a Trump loyalist could be the alternative.
The future of countermine operations could look like a big bug that can swim for hundreds of kilometers.
Still, watchdog’s quarterly report says the country “has not become a post-conflict nation.”
Prevention-and-reporting leaders want the U.S. military to be a “bit more strategic” in how it talks to troops about sexual assault.
Thornberry’s draft reorganization bills seen as good step toward economies, but simplistic.
Michael Griffin has orders to concentrate the Defense Department’s diverse research and development efforts on a few key technologies.
It is unclear if we'll see a similar image of Trump, he's hedged on whether he'd meet with Kim at all or leave the meeting if it isn't "fruitful."
A device that resembles an old phonograph may soon be used to jam and shut down vehicles like the one that killed 10 people in Toronto.