With the Afghan and U.S. governments failing to reach a security agreement, The White House is, for the first time, telling the U.S. military to prepare for full troop withdrawal at the end of 2014. The military and state department both support a plan keeping 10,000 troops, some of those NATO, in ...
The White House awaits Afghan cooperation on a bilateral security agreement to keep U.S. troops in the nation after 2014.
Women at Georgia's Fort Stewart are helping make history. They're part of a U.S. Army study that will determine how all soldiers -- including women, for the first time -- will be deemed fit to join fi
Reports that the U.S. Army would shrink to levels not seen since before World War II were everywhere Monday. But that claim provides just a small glimpse at a much bigger picture. (Via The New York Times,Time, Voice of America) Since Pentagon leaders rolled out a budget that drops the number of ...
The Pentagon's plan to reduce Army personnel would put troop levels closer to 1999 than 1940, despite media references to pre-World War II.
Witnesses to Peralta's death have pushed competing claims over whether the Marine actually committed an act of heroism in his last moments.
Electroshock therapy is most commonly known as a treatment used for some kinds of mental illness. But now, the United States Air Force is reportedly experimenting with using electrical currents to kee
The U.S. Navy announced Monday it's ready to launch a warship armed with a laser cannon. We might not have hoverboards, but finally, we can say the future is here. The solid-state Laser Weapon System, or LaWS, will be deployed on the USS Ponce this spring. The project took six years ...
Katie Hobbs, a mother in Missouri, got a special delivery when her pizza was delivered by her son, Sgt. Ross Hobbs, who was home from Afghanistan.
More than 2,000 people were evacuated near a busy area of Hong Kong after construction workers unearthed a WWII bomb. The WSJ's Jeffrey Ng explains what authorities faced deactivating the 2,000-pound