An interview with a recently retired U.S. Navy captain who spent 20 years at sea and 10 in the Pentagon about the recent US Navy/merchant ship collisions.
North Korea states it is watching the United States' moves closely and threatened it is "ready and willing" to respond with measures of its own.
There is a new fear that keeps counter-terrorism officials up at night: Extremists might use drones to drop dirty bombs or poison on Western cities.
What is the case for concluding that North Korea may be capable of a nuclear attack on the United States? There are three key pieces.
We often hear war with North Korea is "unimaginable," but, as North Korea presses ahead with its nuclear and missile tests, the unimaginable is becoming more possible.
Countering North Korea: South Korean warships conducted live-fire exercises at sea Tuesday as Seoul continued its displays of military capability.
the U.S. Air Force announced that the F-35A variant Lightning II jet fighter was officially ready for combat and will activate its first combat unit in September.
Let’s consider what a single North Korean warhead delivered against downtown Los Angeles might mean for that city, and for the nation.
North Korea fired a ballistic missile – designed to carry a nuclear payload – over Japan. The missile eventually splashed into the northern Pacific Ocean.