Kim Jong Un's decision to maintain nuclear weapons is rational in light of U.S. regime-change policies toward Iraq and Libya, neither of which were nuclear states.
Two dozen former U.S. intelligence officials urge the president to reconsider his claims blaming the Syrian government for chemical deaths last week and de-escalate tensions with Russia.
More than 20 U.S. intelligence, military and diplomatic veterans call on President Obama to release the evidence or admit that validation is lacking.
The imprisoned whistle-blower formerly known as Bradley says her actions were taken as a transparency activist, not a peace activist.
The Turkish NGO that coordinated part of the 2010 Gaza Freedom Flotilla says that families of the nine passengers killed by Israeli commandos have rejected the country's recent apology.
The U.S. military is now hosting in the Pacific waters around Hawaii the largest and most expensive international maritime war games in history.
The FAA has until Sept. 30, 2015, to formulate a plan to integrate up to 30,000 drones into U.S. airspace.
Turkish courts indict senior Israeli military officials on killings on Gaza flotilla.
The Marine Barracks in Washington, DC, is the showplace of the Marine Corps It is also the home of officers and enlisted men of the Marine Corps who have been accused of sexually harassing, assaulting and raping female Marine officers and enlisted and civilian women who work there, is the showplace of the Corps It is also the home of Marines who have been accused of sexually assaulting the women who work there.