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December 7, 1941 began as a perfect Sunday morning. These photos show the attack by Imperial Japan that changed history.
Trump's decision to pull US forces from Kurdish-controlled areas in northeastern Syria left the civil-war-torn country open to Turkish attack.
The US Navy has long been the most visible part of America's military might with visits to far flung ports and operations all over the world.
Here’s what’s it’s like inside the world’s largest arms fair, where uniformed military officials survey the latest weapons and...
From underwater drones that look like squid to a VR experience firing a rocket launcher, here's what went down at the world's biggest arms fair.
Andreessen Horowitz is reportedly backing Oculus founder Palmer Luckey’s new border technology startup with $1 billion valuation
Anduril reportedly also has backing from Peter Thiel's Founders Fund but has yet to disclose details of its funding.
"I've never seen anything like this before," an expert said. "I know that [the US military has] amazing capabilities, but I don't know what this is."
The US government is testing surveillance balloons that could track multiple vehicles from 65,000 feet
In a newly discovered FCC filing, it was revealed that the US government is testing surveillance balloons in the US this summer.
President Donald Trump's response to the launches suggests that with more missiles flying, the US and North Korea could resume their hostile stance.
US Energy Secretary Rick Perry said Iran couldn't raise oil prices that much, even if it was able to shut down a key passage for oil tankers.
Companies are dodging Trump’s tariffs by sneaking Chinese goods through Vietnam, but their strategy could backfire
The duty dodging, combined with Vietnam's hefty trade surplus, could spur Trump to slap tariffs on the Southeast Asian nation.