Protesters turned violent in response to an unconfirmed story that NATO troops had destroyed Islam's holy book.
The Pentagon says that the role of women will be expanding in the months and years ahead.
How the country’s tourism minister makes the hard sell
An indictment accuses a former agent of sharing the names of an undercover agent and high-value terrorists with reporters.
The Pentagon is worried that the controversial video of soldiers urinating on dead insurgents could take on even greater significance
How one of the world's wealthiest cities went from super-boom to bust
The decline of counterinsurgency, the rise of air and naval, shifting away from Europe, and more changes ahead
Bombs may not be falling, but sanctions and markets are the new, hard-hitting tools of this escalating conflict
The House Intelligence Committee member offered a previously unknown detail about Pakistan's nuclear facilities
In a world full of challenges, the Islamic regime's nuclear program drew the concern of Republican candidates on Tuesday night
Congressional leaders are pushing the White House to sanction Iran's central bank, which would devastate the country and, possibly, the world energy market
Female servicewomen, officially barred from combat, are taking part in all but name -- and many are paying the highest price
The U.S. is struggling to maintain popular support for the 10-year war in Afghanistan
Even as the U.S. winds down in Iraq and Afghanistan, some special forces have done 10, 12, even 14 tours, and are only likely to do more as the conventional troops go home
President Obama announced that he had kept a campaign promise by ending the war -- but he didn't have much of a choice
The difference between Israel's national obsession with Gilad Shalit -- and its willingness to pay such a price to win his freedom -- and the American indifference to Bowe Bergdahl and Ahmed Altaie underscores a fundamental difference between the two societies
The Iraq War is rapidly winding down, and no one - American or Iraqi - seems inclined to talk about it
In what's being billed as a major address, the former Massachusetts governor will try to distinguish himself from the president
Iraqi journalism -- which Washington had hoped would ensure a democratic, transparent government -- faces an intense government crackdown
The State Department is planning to spend roughly a quarter of its global operations budget in Iraq alone