Defense Secretary Jim Mattis is reportedly considering delaying an Obama-era policy that would allow some transgender people to enlist.
At least 11 U.S. troops have been injured or killed in suspected attacks by Afghan troops since June 10.
The president of the Philippines says China threatened to go to war over who has the rights to the South China Sea.
A North Korean official told CNN that the country's nuclear tests would "never stop" if the U.S. continued what the North called "acts of aggression."
Sen. Cory Gardner said the Trump administration’s stance on how to deal with the threat from North Korea is designed to…
The nearly five-year manhunt for warlord Joseph Kony ended Wednesday, as the Ugandan military says he "no longer poses any significant threat."
After a MOAB bomb fell Thursday in Afghanistan, U.S. and Afghan forces now estimate the number of ISIS fighters killed in the attack has tripled.
No civilians were harmed in the attack.
Residents say warplanes returned to bomb a northern Syrian town only days after the initial attack there killed more than 80.
The Libyan Red Crescent spent hours recovering bodies believed to be migrants.
This is no ordinary oil painting, and getting it ready for the big move hasn't been easy.
A cease-fire in Aleppo appeared to hold Thursday, a necessary step toward peace negotiations, Secretary of State John Kerry said.