A military judge in North Carolina sentenced Marine Corporal Wassef Ali Hassoun to more than two years in prison
The two were found guilty in federal court in September of conspiring to provide material support to terrorists
The seizure is not the first time ISIS gets its hands on U.S.-made equipment
Ash Carter did not reveal the timing of the upcoming Iraqi offensive, saying 'even if I knew, I wouldn't tell you'
Documents show that ISIS chief Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was held as a ‘civilian detainee’ during his U.S. army custody a decade ago
The proposed budget includes about $9 billion to fund the war against ISIS in Iraq and Syria
The Obama administration is expected to seek $51 billion for so-called Overseas Contingency Operations
Around 1,600 troops serve in Iraq, mostly in advisory or force protection roles
Obama’s decision to give American forces a more active role than previously envisioned suggests the U.S. has concerns
More than 2,200 American troops have been killed in the 13-year-old war
Some of the 1,500 new U.S. troops to Iraq will be deployed in the next few weeks without waiting for Congress to fund the mission
n Nov. 12, activists from the Youth Union of Turkey (TGB) assaulted American sailors in Istanbul
HSBC, Credit Suisse, Standard Chartered, Royal Bank of Scotland, and Barclays Bank were sued in the federal district court in Brooklyn
The move comes after President Obama announced plans last week to double the number of American troops in Iraq
Obama authorizing 1,500 additional troops is a ‘little late,’ says Iraq’s Abadi
An internal review of military records was ordered after the Times reported that U.S. troops encountered degraded chemical weapons in Iraq
U.S. officials said the supplies might have gone astray because of the wind
The convicts planned attacks on U.S. forces in Qatar and Kuwait
Recent report shows U.S. forces uncovered aging chemical weapons in Iraq but their findings were kept secret
The agency, which oversees foreign arms sales, said the deal would help UAE protect its troops
Obama says U.S. troops will not be deployed as part of the campaign against ISIS
Officials say the base has been put on lockdown
President Barack Obama plans to withdraw most troops from Afghanistan later this year.
A compilation of clips shows the failed attempts of soldiers (often U.S. army) attempting to mount camels - much to the amusement of bystanders. The ...
The resolutions would bar President Barack Obama from sending U.S. troops to Iraq without congressional approval
Max Steinberg, a native of California’s San Fernando Valley and Nissim Sean Carmeli, of Texas, were fighting in the Golani Brigade
Iraq is emblematic of how a security-conscious CIA is finding it difficult to spy in dangerous environments without military protection
The U.S. says it has captured a suspected ringleader of the 2012 attack on the U.S. diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya
Footage shows Taliban's handover of army sergeant Bowe Bergdahl to U.S. forces after five years in captivity
Hagel denied that the United States had negotiated with terrorists, as Republican critics are charging
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