The Army grapples with how to showcase readiness and relevance in a new era of competition with China.
It’s the latest sign there are few, if any, off ramps for NATO-Russia tensions.
The toned-down parade didn’t show off any ballistic missiles, but that doesn’t necessarily mean Kim Jong Un is ready for talks with Biden.
The last redoubt of resistance against the Taliban is cut off and pleading for foreign assistance.
The State Department weighs evacuating the U.S. embassy in Kabul as more cities fall.
Wildfires in drought-stricken American West suck in military resources, in a sign of the new normal.
Another group of U.S. allies fears they’ll be forgotten as the United States winds down forever wars.
The Texas senator is holding up dozens of diplomatic appointments over Biden’s policy on a Russian gas pipeline.