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US military pilots in the Pacific are being targeted by lasers after similar incidents in Africa


Russia threatens the US with a 'tough response' to Trump's 'space force'


Turkey held a bizarre ceremony to celebrate its F-35s — but it might not even get them



The Trump administration wants the Pentagon to hold thousands of immigrant children on military bases


Millions of Venezuelans have fled their homes, and it's affecting the entire region — here's where they're going


North Korea has a massive air force — here's why it's basically a joke



In an op-ed defending his ‘zero-tolerance’ immigration policy, Jeff Sessions argues children detained at the border get better treatment than some American kids


Russia wants to swoop in on the empty spot left by the US on the UN Human Rights Council


Boeing and the Air Force have reached an agreement on the long-delayed KC-46 tanker, but Congress is already eyeing the next thing


The US is on pace to bomb Afghanistan more than ever this year, but the nominee to be US commander there 'can't guarantee ... an end date'


What it looks like at every stage when migrant families get separated at the US border


Mike Pompeo reportedly joked he was still trying to kill Kim Jong Un on first meeting him



Air Force Global Strike Command says B-1 bombers are good to fly, but is still trying to figure out what's wrong with ejection seats


The US is trying to boost its military ties with India, but Russian weapons are getting in the way


John Kelly is reportedly letting Trump do whatever he wants -- even if it means impeachment


A Mexican presidential campaign blamed Russia and China for a cyberattack, but a bigger online threat is closer to home



North Korea reportedly offered to abandon a key weapon -- and it has nothing to do with nukes


At least 4 dead, hundreds injured after 6.1 magnitude earthquake strikes Japan


18 photos showing how eerily-similar Russian and US special ops look and operate


This map shows 3,554 shipwrecks around Ireland as far back as 1530 -- and most are a total mystery