The US Army is seeking to sustain the adaptability and creativity officers gained in fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan.
The Pentagon once took the unprecedented step of switching Capt. 'Scott' Speicher's status from 'killed in action' to 'missing-captured,' thinking he was alive.
After her husband's murder catapulted her into a national leadership role, Cory Aquino helped bring down the Marcos dictatorship.
According to a new UN report, the number of civilians killed by both sides in the conflict has risen nearly 50 percent since 2007.
The 60-page code of conduct, issued in the runup to Aug. 20 elections, urges fewer suicide bombings. US and Afghan officials say it's propaganda.
Countries that opposed the American intervention now top the list of those probing economic opportunities in post-Hussein Iraq.
The violent raid on Camp Ashraf Tuesday is seen as an assertion of Iraqi sovereignty – and of Iran's growing influence on its neighbor.
Gary McKinnon, who claimed he was searching for evidence of UFOs, has fought a long legal battle against extradition after he was charged with breaking into 97 computers.
The Justice Department must now decide whether to try the terror suspect, now in Guantánamo, in US courts or let him return to Afghanistan.
Venezuela and Ecuador have strongly condemned the pending agreement, which would allow the US to use three bases for counternarcotics and counterinsurgency surveillance.