When President Donald Trump signed the National Defense Authorization Act into law Friday, he also created the newest military service and the first new service since the US Air Force came into being in 1947.
The US Naval Academy and US Military Academy at West Point said Friday that the hand gesture some cadets and midshipmen were seen making on camera was part of a game known as the "circle game" and not a white supre
The men who planned a massacre which rocked the Philippines' political establishment more than a decade ago have been found guilty of murder.
A white former University of Maryland student was convicted Wednesday of killing a black college student at a campus bus stop, prosecutors announced.
The United States and South Korea have failed to agree on how to divide the cost for US troops stationed in South Korea after two days of negotiations, according to South Korean and American officials.
China has officially commissioned its first domestically-built aircraft carrier, the Shandong, a significant step forward in Chinese President Xi Jinping's ambitions for the country to field a world-class navy.
Congress has passed an annual defense authorization bill following a vote in the Senate on Tuesday that includes a provision that creates a new space force branch of the armed services and provides all federal workers with 12 weeks of paid parental leave for the first time in American history.
Before Harvey Milk became a pioneering LGBT politician, he served in the Navy — and things were different.
US Secretary of Defense Mark Esper has asked Iraq to help prevent attacks on US personnel that both countries have attributed to groups backed by Iran.
With around 2 million people in China's armed forces, you might think the story of one person who couldn't take the rigors of military life wouldn't warrant national attention.
President Donald Trump's administration is preparing to announce a long-anticipated drawdown of about 4,000 troops from Afghanistan, a senior administration official confirmed to CNN.
The three US Navy sailors who were killed in the Pensacola Naval Air Station shooting were honored at Saturday's Army-Navy football game after they gave their lives to protect others during the attack.
An attack on a military base in Niger has left 71 soldiers dead and 12 wounded, Defense Minister Issoufou Katambe said on Wednesday.
The House of Representatives passed an annual defense authorization bill on Wednesday with a provision that provides all federal workers with 12 weeks of paid parental leave for the first time in American history.
Naval Air Station Corpus Christi was placed on lockdown for about an hour Wednesday morning after someone reported hearing another person allegedly make statements that sounded threatening, a law enforcement source told CNN.
Mohammad al-Shamrani has over 2,700 tweets under his name. While the alleged killer's motivations remain a mystery, newly-obtained information about his social media presence offers clues about his mindset before his lethal shooting spree last week at a naval base in Pensacola, Florida.
The US military on Monday paused the operational training of hundreds of Saudi Arabian students at several training locations following a deadly shooting at Naval Air Station Pensacola which was carried out by a Saudi Air Force officer.
The Pentagon's Office of the Inspector General has launched a review of the deployment of thousands of US soldiers to the southern border with Mexico, a mission ordered by President Donald Trump.
A Chilean Air Force plane with 38 people aboard that went missing Monday night on its way to Antarctica is presumed to have crashed, said the Air Force on Tuesday.
The US government believes that Iran is behind a series of increasingly sophisticated rocket attacks on joint US-Iraq military facilities in Iraq, several US officials tell CNN.
President Donald Trump's support for Saudi Arabia in the wake of a deadly shooting by a Saudi national at a Florida naval base is underscoring the latitude Trump gives the Kingdom's rulers, even as Congress has pushed to limit the ties between Washington and Riyadh.
Three soldiers killed in a Black Hawk helicopter crash Thursday have been identified by the Minnesota National Guard.
The FBI is treating Friday's attack at Naval Air Station Pensacola as "an act of terror," a member of the agency said, although the motive remains undetermined.
Three square miles of volcanic rock on the edge of the East China Sea may one day be used as an unsinkable aircraft carrier for the United States Navy in the event of war in Asia.