There were 50 cases of sexual assault reported in the 2016–17 school, according to a new report.
With Special Operations Command personnel making up an increasingly large share of troop levels abroad, the government mandate for wartime transparency becomes less binding.
While the Trump administration has largely rejected climate change as an issue, the Department of Defense and Congress have identified it as a major potential threat to national security.
Dysfunction in a U.S. Army recruitment pipeline for foreign-born soldiers has created chaos and uncertainty for thousands.
Harare residents celebrate in the streets following the resignation of Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe on November 21st, 2017.
The American military has released hundreds of videos showing U.S.-led coalition airstrikes. The victims are not always the intended targets.
Pedestrians pass a tank stationed at an intersection as Zimbabwean soldiers regulate traffic in Harare on November 15th, 2017.
Devin Patrick Kelley was a known violent criminal within the military, but the Air Force failed to share that crucial information with civilian authorities.
Trump can't enforce a policy banning transgender troops while a lawsuit against the policy change makes its way through court.
Even if you ignore the obvious moral necessity for the government to assist Puerto Rico, the government should not ignore its economic and military necessity.
Thirty-five other women have attempted the course since the Marines first opened it up to women in 2012, but all failed to complete the training.
For certain companies, there's a logic behind the call for more war: money.
The attorney general mischaracterized Obama-era restrictions while citing a study that actually says new computers reduce crime more than heavy weapons do.
The president's directive comes one month after declaring on Twitter that transgender troops would no longer be allowed to serve in any capacity.
The D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Friday afternoon to throw out the first-degree murder conviction of Nicholas Slatten.
Commandant Admiral Paul Zukunft said that his office reached out to the Coast Guard's 13 openly transgender members after the president's announcement last week.
Tucked into the bill is an amendment requiring the Pentagon to assess the effects of climate change on military installations over the next 20 years.
As it stands, transgender troops already in the military have been able to serve openly since then-Secretary of Defense Ash Carter's statement last year. But transgender recruits have not yet been allowed to enlist.
Russia suspended the use of a hotline that has helped to prevent air conflict between the intervening powers in Syria.