“One cannot win the war with blankets,” says the Ukrainian president
"I don't think there's a family in this community that hasn't had a loved one die of cancer"
President Johnson's "Daisy" TV spot in history aired 50 years ago
The murder of two journalists only highlights the terrorists’ weakness
Airstrikes at the top of the list as carrier moves into position
America averts disaster "by the slightest margin of chance"
Giving Syria’s rebels surface-to-air weapons is a risk the Obama Administration shouldn’t take
The apparent test coincides with joint U.S.-South Korea military drills that have drawn the ire of the North.
An Israeli official confirms to TIME that an air strike on the Syria-Lebanon border was Israel's doing, aimed at stopping certain missiles entering the arsenal...
Lobbing missiles may appear belligerent, but Pyongyang can't afford hostilities
Questions about Iran's nuclear detonator will be answered in the coming months, Tehran says
One of three activists sentenced for trespassing on Tennessee power station
Here’s the type of questions Air Force missileers are cheating on…and why
Congress removes a key hurdle to delivering the choppers and weapons systems to help the nation fight its al-Qaeda insurgency
Former CIA director David Petraeus warned during a meeting in Tel Aviv of the threat of militant groups with surface-to-air missiles shutting air traffic...
Islamists down Egyptian military helicopter with sophisticated weapon
Long considered the insurgent's munition of choice, the regime is now turning to home-made barrel bombs dropped from the sky
Nation presses ahead with wholesale upgrade as cracks appear in its value and utility
Probe concludes two-star officer was drunk and hanging with suspicious women during summer trip to Russia
Israel has no shortage of reasons to welcome the demise of Hassan Lakiss, the senior Hizballah commander who was assassinated outside his Beirut home just after...