United States intelligence agencies have struggled to nail down an estimate for the rogue nation's nuclear arsenal. Military leaders are also concerned about how fast North Koreas's firepower could be mobilized.
Since North Korea's successful missile launch on July 4, world powers have scrambled to find a way to negotiate concerns about nuclear power. Could the recent US missile defense success reduce the fear on the negotiation table?
A recent test was able to destroy a mock warhead over the Pacific. While the success bodes well for protecting the US from a North Korea attack, many experts warn that reliable real-world success is still far off.
President Trump may be tweeting about 'fire and fury,' but Secretary of State Rex Tillerson assures that a nuclear attack from North Korea remains unlikely.
After Trump's unexpected tweets last week, Pentagon lawyers and White House officials are meeting to discuss what the transgender ban could look like and how it would impact transgender soldiers currently serving.
A bipartisan bill to provide G.I. and college benefits for veterans after active-duty service has met with overwhelming approval in Congress.
The new ad is part of a campaign to revitalize the image of the Marine Corps, only 8.3 percent of which are women.
The Minuteman 3, capable of carrying a nuclear bomb, was launched from a base in central California to an atoll in the Pacific Ocean.
Iraqi officers say they're suspending operations against ISIS in Mosul after US-led airstrikes killed as many as 137 civilians this week.
This slogan, and the decision to highlight Marines’ community service alongside their battlefield victories, marks the latest fine-tuning of the military’s recruitment machine.
A retired admiral and five others are charged with accepting bribes of sex, trips, and fancy meals from a Malaysian defense contractor nicknamed 'Fat Leonard' in exchange for classified information, according to an indictment unsealed in San Diego Tuesday.