A U.S. diplomat apologized to Indonesia's government after the top Indonesian general was prevented from traveling to Washington and said Monday the military commander is welcome in the U.S. Erin McKee, the deputy U.S. ambassador to Indonesia, did not explain why Gen. Gatot Nurmantyo was prevented from boarding a flight to the U.S. but said the matter had been resolved.
The U.S. Air Force is preparing to place its fleet of nuclear-armed B-52 bombers on 24-hour alert for the first time since 1991 amid escalating tensions with North Korea, the military branch's chief of staff said in a report Sunday.
U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis is congratulating the Philippine government on progress against militants in the southern city of Marawi.
The fate of Bowe Bergdahl rests in a judge's hands now that the Army sergeant has pleaded guilty to endangering his comrades by leaving his post in Afghanistan in 2009.
The White House says a military justice case must be "resolved on its own facts" after Army Sgt.
Losing real estate in the Middle East will not sharply affect Islamic State militants' ability to inspire attacks against the West or burrow footholds from the Philippines to Africa, which has forced the U.S. to spread its resources thinly around the world, the nation's top counterterrorism official said Friday.
It is hard to imagine that our national descent into political contempt could get any worse than it did this week.
A national memorial to military women is celebrating its 20th anniversary.
At least 152 Afghans sent to the United States for military training during the course of the war against the Taliban have gone AWOL, and the problem, which worsened last year, is unlikely to improve soon, U.S. inspectors said Friday.
A meeting with local tribal leaders in Niger that went longer than expected may have given militants enough time to be alerted before their ambush attack that left four American troops dead earlier this month, two U.S. officials told Fox News on Friday.
The newly refurbished USS Constitution is taking its first spin under sail in three years.
In a tweet late Thursday, President Donald Trump accuses a Florida congresswoman of lying in her account of a phone call between Trump and the widow of a U.S. service member recently killed in Africa.
CIA Director Mike Pompeo said Thursday that U.S. intelligence agencies had concluded that Russian interference in last year's election did not affect the outcome, but that's not correct.
CIA Director Mike Pompeo said Thursday that North Korea is months away from perfecting its nuclear weapons capabilities.
The Trump administration has no answers to key questions nearly two weeks after an ambush in Niger killed four U.S. soldiers.
The ambush in Niger earlier this month that left four U.S. troops dead has been the subject of immense speculation, not only concerning President Trump’s public response to the tragedy but also about what actually happened on the ground that day.
Ten military families in Idaho went on a $1,300 grocery shopping spree on Tuesday after Albertsons and Eckrich partnered together to thank the troops.
The Florida Democrat who criticized President Donald Trump this week for being "insensitive" toward the widow of a U.S. soldier slain in Africa might be facing similar criticism herself.
This is the story of how an office supply glitch became a major irritant between the United States and one of its close security partners.
A U.S. Navy spokeswoman says drug overdoses are suspected in the deaths of two submarine sailors whose bodies were found in the same Georgia house four days apart.