Allowing Pyongyang to develop the capability to launch a nuclear attack on the US is "unimaginable," the top U military officer said Thursday.
They will be barred due to the "medical costs and disruption that transgender in the military would entail," the president says on Twitter.
A budget that punishes the poor, repeal of the Affordable Care Act, a ban on Syrian refugees and the war on immigrants—it's all immoral, and it's incumbent on us to stop it.
American commanders have said that their military may bear some responsibility for Thursday’s errant airstrike, but the Iraqi prime minister disagrees.
If your military is the only well-funded, well-stocked arm of the government, it’s obvious whom you’re going to turn to in any crisis.
Donald Trump's appointment of recently retired generals to the highest civilian offices in America’s colossal national security state represents nothing short of a de facto military coup in Washington.
A document from U.S. Special Operations Command Africa shows that military support to partner nations in Africa is prioritized to suit American, not African, needs and policy goals.
A major, underreported U.S. military buildup for the purpose of confronting China -- a campaign that involves nuclear weapons -- is underway in Asia and the Pacific.
At this late date, what might a president alarmed by his successor do, if not to hamper Trump's ability to create global mayhem, then at least to set the record straight before he leaves the White House?