The US Army missed its target by 25% during the past fiscal year. Other branches of the military are also seeing a drop in recruiting.
Anxiety is running high for Syrians in the US after President Trump's proposed refugee ban might prevent family reunifications.
Forget about global climate change controls; count on a larger Army, even more nuclear weapons and more missile defenses
Jerry Derr lost his son, Colton Levi Derr, a US Army sergeant, to suicide. Since then, he's been trying to help other military families fight PTSD and a whole range of issues that come up for veterans.
Two South Asians living abroad condemn rising tensions between India and Pakistan and call for peace.
In signs that Mosul will soon be in the hands of Iraqi officials, top ISIS leaders have left Mosul even before Iraqi forces closed in.
Daily life in parts of Syrian is violent, with attacks by forces aligned with the Syrian regime, as well as by forces aligned with the West.
Americans trust the members of the US military more than almost any other institution — which gives politicians a lot of power to fight wars.
ISIS has been accused of using chemical weapons several times and now Pentagon officials are worried ISIS could use them in its effort to keep Iraqi forces out of Mosul.
The US has approved the biggest arms deal in history: a $38 billion agreement to supply Israel with jets, bombs, missiles and military support for the next 10 years. And now that the paper is signed, look for arms deals with Israel's Arab neighbors to proceed.