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.
The Pentagon’s decision to divert nearly $546 million has drawn criticism from powerful Democratic lawmakers.
U.N. officials and humanitarian workers are bracing for the worst in crowded camps and conflict zones in Idlib.
The Pentagon is concerned that Moscow is seeking to militarize space with a significant anti-satellite test.
The Department of Defense is set to send Navy destroyers and small combat ships to the region to ramp up counter-drug efforts.
Pompeo met with Afghan and Taliban leaders this week to salvage the fragile agreement. He came back empty-handed.
Trump is calling on the military to do more to tackle the pandemic, but its resources are limited.
The U.S. Centcom chief warns of an ‘illusion of return to normalcy’ in U.S.-Iran tensions.
Peace advocates and hardliners within the Taliban are feuding over whether to stick to the fragile agreement, the Pentagon says.