The spokesperson for U.S. forces in Iraq made a bold vow to hunt down ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.
A senior Iranian military official warned that any effort by the U.S. or Saudi Arabia to board a Yemen-bound ship – supposedly filled with aid supplies – would "spark a fire."
A U.S. Marine Corps helicopter providing humanitarian assistance after the earthquake in Nepal was reported missing Tuesday, according to officials.
Boko Haram - the Islamic group in West Africa that is infamous for kidnapping hundreds of schoolgirls - again has proven its strength, this time by capturing a heavily guarded military base in northern Nigeria.
Shepard Smith reported this afternoon that Russia will soon begin sending long-range bombers on regular patrols from the Arctic Ocean to the Caribbean and the Gulf of Mexico, according to military officials.
Catherine Herridge reported today on "America's Newsroom" that U.S. officials are still assessing the fallout of coalition airstrikes near the Iraqi city of Mosul targeting senior ISIS officials, including self-proclaimed leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.
The Pentagon says the United States military has conducted airstrikes and dropped humanitarian aid to the beleaguered Iraqi city of Amirli, where thousands of Shiite Turkomen have been under siege for nearly two months by Islamic State militants.
In addition to President Obama's vow of "long-term" airstrikes against ISIS, the U.S. is sending weapons and equipment to Kurdish forces in Iraq who have begun to roll back gains made by Sunni militants.
There are disturbing new revelations about the treatment of wounded troops recovering at Walter Reed Medical Center. The hospital has suspended meal tickets and reduced hours for its only café. The changes are apparently just the tip of the iceberg as the hospital struggles to cope with budget cuts.
Bill O’Reilly attended the White House Correspondents’ Dinner on Saturday. In his Talking Points Memo on Monday night, the Factor host spoke about his personal experience...