An exchange between Hamas and Israel is underway this morning. Gilad Shalit is back home in Israel and nearly 500 Palestinian prisoners are headed for Gaza, the West Bank or other parts of the Middle East.
As unmanned aerial vehicles become more important to the U.S. military, North Dakota and its schools are trying to lead the way in preparing pilots and mechanics for these new airplanes.
As we reach the tenth anniversary of the conflict in Afghanistan, the U.S. National Guard is showing signs of the stress it's been undergoing. But might some changes be in the future?
Two men whose lives have been impacted by Don't Ask, Don't Tell share their experiences under the policy, and what they hope for the future.
The wars in Iraq and Afghanistan have already cost the United States about $2.5 trillion, and researchers expect the price tag to reach some $4 trillion.
Washington's past compromises now plagues its policy throughout the Arab World: supporting an unpopular strongman in exchange for a military stronghold.
In the past three years, the U.S. Military has overwhelmingly exceeded their recruitment goals in all branches -- a military couple explains why they enlisted.
A new book details how US counterterrorism efforts evolved in the 10 years after 9/11 from a kill-and-capture strategy to one of Cold War deterrence.
In its plan, the Defense Business Board proposes doing away with the traditional pension program for any members serving 20 years.
A recent report claims the U.S. is sending $45 million in arms to African soldiers and private security companies.