Israeli military court sentences Palestinian teenage protest icon Ahed Tamimi to eight months in prison for slapping and kicking two soldiers after a plea bargain was reached
The current and former directors of the Homeland Security Department defended themselves on Capitol Hill Wednesday as senators pressed them on past lapses in state election security and how the country is defending those systems in the 2018 elections
Senators are worried about the Russian threat to the security of U.S. elections, and they say Homeland Security leaders from the Trump and Obama administrations should have more forcefully warned Americans about Moscow’s past intrusions.
Texas congressman tells TV station KXAN that Austin suspect bought bomb-making equipment at a Home Depot in his hometown
Eric Crusius, a partner with Holland & Knight law firm, details why the Section 809 panel shouldn’t tinker too much with bid protest rules.
Under Secretary of the Navy Thomas Modly is assuming the role of chief management officer, and staffing the office with industry experts to foster public-private cooperation.
After three years of procurement reform, the military services want time to assess the new acquisition tools they’ve been given.
The Czech Republic’s defense ministry has proposed increasing the number of its service members deployed in Afghanistan and other countries
Dogs sniffing for explosives and courses in cyber security are part of the State Department’s expanding counter-terrorism training of law enforcement agencies in Jordan, other partner nations
President Donald Trump’s trade policies have sent industry groups, companies and foreign countries scrambling to seek exemptions from tariffs of 25 percent on steel imports and 10 percent on imported aluminum
A rare murder trial of a U.S. Border Patrol agent accused of shooting across the international boundary into Mexico in 2012 and killing a teenager started Tuesday with jury selection
A prosecutor says a man accused of ramming his vehicle into an Afghan man near the Oregon coast was driven by bias
A 16-member jury has been selected in Tucson, Arizona for the second-degree murder trial of a U.S. Border Patrol agent accused of shooting across the international boundary into Mexico and killing a teenager five years ago
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos faced blistering criticism from House Democrats as they confronted her on gun control, racism and LGBT rights.