The Saudi Arabian officer who killed three Navy sailors and injured eight other people at Naval Air Station Pensacola last week appears to have been radicalized years before his arrival in the US, The
Saudi Aramco's $1.88 trillion IPO set new records for a public offering — but has also brought into the world a significant new security risk by painting a high-priced target on Saudi Arabia's back. Now
The 103rd Expeditionary Sustainment Command (ESC), the Syrian Logistics Cell (SLC), located in Erbil, Iraq, is composed of a small team of soldiers who pack a big punch when it comes to supporting the
For decades, undying support for Israel has been among the few issues with bipartisan backing in Washington, and it's long been taboo — and potential political suicide — for US politicians to criticize
How Marine recruits battle their fear of heights on a 47-foot-tall tower at boot camp - Business Insider
Recruit: I'm slipping. Please! Please help! I don't want to do this. Narrator: These Marine recruits are training on the rappel tower at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot in Parris Island, South Carolina.
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman appears to be on a roll with Saudi Aramco's massive IPO, the Andy Ruiz vs Anthony Joshua boxing match, and the introduction of its first-ever tourist visa this year.
President Donald Trump plans to sign an executive order that would classify Judaism as a race or nationality instead of just a religion, The New York Times reported on Tuesday, citing three administration
Acting Secretary of the Navy Thomas Modly awarded Wings of Gold to three sailors killed during a shooting at Naval Air Station Pensacola on Friday. Modly designated Ensign Joshua K. Watson as a naval and
The Department of Defense has ordered a pause on operational training for all Saudi military personnel training in the US as the department conducts a review in the wake of the deadly shooting last Friday
Around 300 Saudi military aviation students have been grounded as part of an ongoing safety stand-down and operational pause, Reuters first reported. Mohammed Saeed Alshamrani, a Saudi military officer
The House of Representatives is drafting two articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump. House Democrats announced the decision on Tuesday, after several months of private and public hearings,
Secretive data analytics company Palantir is working on Project Maven, the US Department of Defense program that Google dropped in March following protests inside of the company, according to people familiar
A former high-ranking Mexican security official who led the country's crackdown on organized crime in the mid-2000s was arrested in the US and been charged with drug-trafficking conspiracy and making statements.
Col. Charles McGee, a retired Air Force fighter pilot, celebrated his 100th birthday on Friday by flying a Cirrus SF50 Vision Jet from Frederick, Maryland, to Dover Air Force Base in Delaware. McGee, turned
The Saudi national who killed three US Navy sailors and injured several other people with a handgun at Naval Air Station Pensacola in Florida on Friday bought a firearm with the help of a legal loophole.
This summer, hackers gave a Florida city two choices: it could pay a $600,000 ransom, or the hackers would wipe the government servers they had taken control of, sending the city into disarray. The city
The US Navy bragged on social media Tuesday morning that it currently has seven aircraft carriers underway, a major improvement over the situation in late October, when half the carrier fleet was in a
The Washington Post reported this week that a cache of materials about the war in Afghanistan revealed that the US mission there was failing spectacularly, leading to increasing service member and contractor
A new weapon being tested by the US military could give special operators a more lethal edge by allowing them to shoot underwater, according to Defense One. The bullets, manufactured by DSG Technologies,
A military plane flying from Chile to Antarctica has vanished with 38 people on board - Business Insider
A military plane flying from Chile to an island in Antarctica disappeared with 38 people on board Monday, with authorities saying it most likely crashed somewhere in the Southern Ocean. The plane was in
Retired US Army Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, President Donald Trump's former national security adviser, found himself in the spotlight for his prior statements about America's war in Afghanistan. The statements
When Amazon executives are asked to compare their offerings with their competitors they typically dodge the question by saying the company is focused on customers, not competitors. But in its formal protest
Photos of Jeffrey Epstein, the convicted sex offender and disgraced hedge fund manager who killed himself inside a federal prison, revealed he went as a US Navy SEAL at a costume party hosted by Prince
The US has spent billions of dollars trying to turn Afghanistan into a functional state, one with a strong central government and a thriving economy, but the plan has largely failed, in part because the
US officials have been lying to the American people about US failures in Afghanistan, where the US military has been fighting its longest armed conflict in US history, a collection of confidential documents
China's unprecedented oppression of Uighur Muslims goes beyond the borders of Xinjiang, the western Chinese region where most of the ethnic minority live, former residents told Business Insider. Under
Chinese authorities claimed Monday to have released all Uighur Muslims from the country's oppressive prison camps in Xinjiang, contradicting widespread reports that at least 1 million are locked up in
Jeff Bezos says Silicon Valley should ignore employee protests and sell to the US military - Business Insider
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos threw his weight behind the US Department of Defense on Friday, saying that unless big tech companies collaborate with the US military, "this country is in trouble." Bezos was being
A Saudi national at the Naval Air Station in Pensacola, Florida recorded the shooting from in front of the building where it took place, according to The New York Times. A person briefed on the investigation