The Army is looking for soldiers and civilians to serve in new cyber units charged with protecting critical stateside infrastructure and creating “effects” on the battlefield in support of conventional forces. The challenge: Attracting the creative, energetic talent typically drawn to the freewheeling tech sector.
Delays with development of a new Air Force tanker scheduled to be based and serviced in Oklahoma are causing turbulence at the Pentagon, but local leaders say they're not too worried about a project that is expected to pump millions of dollars into their economies.
The Obama administration is developing a package of unprecedented economic sanctions against Chinese companies and individuals who have benefited from their government's cyber theft of valuable U.S. trade secrets.
When a quilt maker and her husband visited Toyota's Visitors Center last year, their intent was simply to tour the plant where their Sienna minivan had been made. But as a result of that, the Toyota facility now has a special link to wounded troops overseas.
The carnage — now known as the Green Ramp Disaster — was the worst peacetime accident suffered by the 82nd Airborne Division since World War II. But for survivor Shawn O'Hara, the story didn't end there.
As Xi Jinping presides over thousands of goose-stepping troops marching down Beijing’s Changan Avenue on Thursday, the Chinese president will also proclaim his commitment to the world’s peaceful development.
International rivals would be mistaken to assume he wouldn't be prepared to use military force if that's what circumstances required, Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders said in an interview that aired on Sunday.
Eleven California campuses top the federal government's list of 160 schools on military installations due federal funding to make major facility repairs. Problem is, many California campuses can't afford to match what's needed to get government funds.
A video showing an Israeli soldier scuffling with Palestinian youths and women at a West Bank protest has been viewed more than 2 million times on Facebook, shining a light on Israeli military policies in the territory.
U.S. National Security Adviser Susan Rice met with Pakistani leaders during a visit to the country on Sunday to discuss efforts to revive peace talks between the Afghan government and the Taliban which were suspended after the announcement of the death of longtime Taliban leader Mullah Mohammad Omar.
Germany, France and Britain pressed Sunday for better processing of migrants arriving in southern Europe and for a European Union-wide list of countries considered safe, and a special meeting of EU interior and justice ministers was called for Sept. 14.