The federal government says it has settled on finalists to design President Donald Trump’s proposed border wall with Mexico, but it won’t identify them.
The U.S. Coast Guard is hailing a landmark: Last month was the first in seven years when no Cuban migrants were caught trying to reach the U.S. by sea.
The Navy is continuing to clean up about 94,000 gallons of jet fuel spilled at an air station in Virginia Beach.
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The United States Marine Corps released a new TV advertisement on Friday featuring a female marine captain, the military branch’s bid to recruit more women to become “the few, the proud.”
A Marine in full combat gear moves through dark, frigid water, gripping an M-16 rifle, then plunges under barbed wire and through a submerged drainage pipe.
Multinational military drills on Guam designed to show support for the free passage of vessels in international waters amid concerns China may restrict access to the South China Sea have been indefinitely postponed after a French landing craft ran aground Friday.
If you’re missing your daily dose of White House press secretary Sean Spicer, it’s because President Donald Trump’s chief spokesman has been on Navy Reserve duty.
North Korea’s nuclear weapons program poses a potentially “existential” threat to the United States, the national intelligence director said in a bleak appraisal to Congress on Thursday.
The Pentagon’s intelligence chief says the work of U.S. and NATO forces to stabilize Afghanistan is at risk of being squandered.
Congressional Republicans and Democrats have reached agreement on a bill to make it easier for the Department of Veterans Affairs to fire its employees.
The new Veterans Affairs chief shares the goal set by former President Barack Obama’s administration of ending homelessness among veterans, but says it’ll take longer than his predecessor predicted.
Missouri senators voted early Wednesday to give residents the option of whether to get a driver’s license that complies with a federal identification requirement, which would allow people to board airplanes and enter military bases.
A liberal leader in South Korea seeks warmer ties with North Korea, clashing with the Republican in the White House intent on snuffing out the North’s nuclear weapons program.
President Trump’s former national security adviser, Michael Flynn, is at odds with a former Turkish client over two unusual payments totaling $80,000 that Flynn’s firm sent back last year to the client.
A transgender soldier imprisoned for releasing classified military information has released her first statement since being granted clemency, saying she hopes to use lessons she’s learned in prison to help others.
A Senate panel has approved Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad as U.S. ambassador to China.
The Senate is slated to vote on a former New Mexico congresswoman tapped by President Donald Trump to be Air Force secretary.
Philippine and U.S. troops have begun annual joint exercises that are smaller in scale than in years past, focusing on disaster response and counterterrorism while excluding territorial defense operations.
A military raid last month killed the head of the Islamic State affiliate in Afghanistan, the Pentagon said Sunday night.