Retired Lt. General David Deptula discusses military options for North Korea and privatizing the war in Afghanistan.
President Trump denies his New Jersey excursion is a "vacation," claiming on Twitter he is still making "meetings and calls."
A frustrated President Donald Trump said the U.S. is "losing" in Afghanistan, and he suggested a new commander maybe necessary there.
Afghan security forces battled gunmen near a police compound and the nearby Iraqi embassy in Kabul on Monday following a suicide bombing, officials said.
A Taliban suicide attacker detonated a car bomb in the western part of Kabul on Monday.
The battle against ISIS is going "very well" and the terrorist group is "falling fast," according to President Donald Trump.
James Mattis' scarcity of public appearances leaves Americans in the dark on what he thinks about US security, Vox reports.
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg discusses NATO and U.S. counterterror operations in Afghanistan.
Jens Stoltenberg, secretary general of NATO, discusses U.S. leadership on its military policy as well as support for U.S.-led coalition forces in Syria.
U.S. President Donald Trump has given Defense Secretary Jim Mattis the authority to set troop levels in Afghanistan, Reuters reported.
Defense Secretary James Mattis plans to present President Trump with options on how to deal with the Afghanistan situation "very soon."
When the president failed to endorse NATO's Article 5, advisors McMaster, Mattis and Tillerson were taken off guard, says Politico.
Otso Iho, senior analyst at IHS Markit, speaks about the counter-terrorism forces' reaction to the security threat in the U.K.
A suicide car bomb in Afghanistan's capital has killed at least 80 people and injured more than 300.
A suicide car bomb has claimed the lives of 80 people and injured hundreds more in Afghanistan's capital. The explosion took place in a highly-secure area where many foreign embassies and government offices are located.
Otso Iho, senior analyst at IHS Jane's Terrorism and Insurgency Centre (JTIC), discusses the motives and strategy behind a car bomb explosion near embassies in Kabul, Afghanistan.
Pricier smartphones and higher U.S. federal debt are among the key consequences from a potential war against North Korea, according to a Capital Economics.
At the Senate Select Intelligence Committee hearing on "World Wide Threats," Lt. Gen. Vincent Stewart, DIA director, answers questions on the state of security in Afghanistan.
The Trump administration is considering whether to send as many as 5,000 troops into Afghanistan, NBC News reports.
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