The shared threat from Iran helped grease the wheels for the diplomatic breakthrough.
The U.S. State Department discloses that Russian websites are already sowing confusion about the coronavirus.
The Pentagon chief ducks questions about federal agents in Portland in his first on-camera briefing since June.
The incidents could raise fears of a military miscalculation between Tehran and Washington.
When it comes to meeting with Kim Jong Un, the administration is still sending mixed messages.
Trump is already threatening a veto over plans to rename Army bases named after Confederate generals.
Diplomats and former Pentagon officials are concerned about the knock-on effects of reducing the U.S. military footprint in Germany.
The move comes after the defense secretary clashed with the White House over the deployment of active-duty troops to quell protests.
Esper’s job hangs in the balance, and former Defense Secretary Mattis issues a rare and stinging rebuke of the president.
The proposal to withdraw from Afghanistan doesn’t follow the timeline of the peace deal signed with the Taliban in February.
A new report shows how Beijing is using infrastructure to expand its surveillance network on the continent, making U.S. officials vulnerable.
The Trump administration’s push for an end to two decades of war may be slipping through its fingers.
The U.S. president has vetoed a measure that would block military action against Iran without congressional approval. But lawmakers aren’t finished yet.