Classified intelligence agencies budget reveals details of operation which until now Pentagon had reportedly tried to hide
Out of America: The CIA whistleblower struck a blow for us all, but his 1970s predecessor showed how to win
Defence officials call revelations a 'failure to defend our own networks' and introduce new rules for contractors
US says it will continue giving assistance to country as overthrow of Mohamed Morsi was not a coup
The top US defence leaders were summoned to the White House today to talk about the military's sexual assault crisis as the Pentagon's top general said women in uniform were losing confidence the problem will be solved.
US report makes first explicit accusation that Beijing is hacking for military secrets
Mr Kerry arrived South Korea as part of a unusual diplomatic journey, traveling directly into a region bracing for a possible North Korean missile test
Reports in the Japan suggested missile could be a KN-08, which is believed to be a long-range missile that if operational could hit the United States
The woman who unwittingly brought down General David Petraeus has broken her silence to reject “outrageous” claims that she exchanged 30,000 emails with a second top officer.
The Guantanamo Bay trials are in such disarray that nobody may ever be convicted of the 9/11 attacks in New York and Washington, it emerged today.
The Pentagon announced Friday that it will examine whether its generals and admirals receive too many perks and said they should receive more ethics training earlier in their careers.
US military planners have begun to help organize a multinational proxy force to intervene next year in Mali, the famine-stricken, coup-wracked African country that has become a magnet for Islamist extremists, US officials said Wednesday.
The top US commander in Afghanistan, General John Allen, is under investigation for alleged inappropriate communication with a woman at the centre of the sex scandal involving former CIA Director David Petraeus, a senior US defence official said today.
Urgent work to avert the 'fiscal cliff' as key figures from first term get ready to leave President's team
The US Navy is sending three large-deck amphibious ships to waters off of New York and New Jersey to assist in storm recovery and relief, according to the Navy's chief of information.
The U.S. Navy approved an Alliant Techsystems Inc. anti-radar missile for full production valued at as much as $1.1 billion, even though the Pentagon's chief tester says the weapon's performance flaws "largely negate" its "ability to accomplish its mission."