Gordon Chang weighs in on the Treasury Department announcing new sanctions against North Korea a day after the White House re-declared the country a state sponsor of terrorism.
Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney said on Tuesday some U.S. Navy planes are not flyable, and explained how the administration is working to solve the problem.
The Air Force Research Laboratory has awarded a nearly $50 million contract to a defense contractor to research ways to protect weapons systems from cyberattacks.
The U.S. State Department approved a possible $10.5 billion sale of Raytheon Co's Patriot missile defense system to Poland, the Pentagon said on Friday.
A United Nations panel agreed Friday to consider guidelines and potential limitations for military uses of artificial intelligence amid concerns from human rights groups and other leaders that so-called “killer robots” could pose a long-term, lethal threat to humanity.
The U.S., accusing Russia of violating a Cold-War era arms treaty, has begun researching the development of a ground-based cruise missile banned under the pact to counter weapons that Washington believes Russia is fielding.
A European court has ordered Greece to pay damages to relatives of a Vodafone telecoms executive who was found dead on the eve of the government's discovery of a major illegal wiretapping operation that had targeted the country's political and military leadership.
The U.S. military has approved Lockheed Martin Corp's new CH-53K heavy-lift helicopter to fly at the Berlin air show next April, according to two sources familiar with the program.
House Republicans and Democrats joined forces Tuesday to decisively approve a defense policy bill that authorizes $700 billion to restock what lawmakers have described as a depleted U.S. military and counter North Korea's advancing nuclear weapons program.
The Connecticut case is being watched by gun rights supporters and gun control advocates across the country as one that could affect other cases accusing gun-makers of being responsible for mass shootings.
Emirates, the Middle East's largest air carrier, has unveiled new, state-of-the-art, first class private suites.
The United Arab Emirates will pay Lockheed Martin Corp 6 billion dirhams ($1.63 billion) to upgrade 80 F-16 jet fighters, a Defense Ministry spokesman said on Sunday.
Call it the bomber boom.
Lockheed Martin Corp will work with the U.S. government as it talks to Germany about a replacement for its Tornado fighter jets.
Former U.S. Ambassador for United Nations Special Affairs Stuart Holliday on President Trump seemingly softening his stance on North Korea.
As President Donald Trump continued a five-country tour in Asia on Tuesday, where part of his goal is to bolster alliances in the campaign to end North Korea’s nuclear escalation, the U.S. strengthened its defense capabilities against long-range missiles.
Former U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for Political Military Affairs Lincoln Bloomfield weighs in on the U.S.-Japan relationship and President Trump's trip to Asia.
Former CIA officer Mike Baker reacts to President Trump saying that the U.S. will arm Japan.
North Korean hackers are suspected to have broken into a South Korean shipyard and stolen military secrets.
Americans’ perceptions of national security threats have changed dramatically.