NATO's top commander warned on Wednesday that Russia's militarization of the Crimean peninsula could allow Moscow to take control of the entire region.
A Peace Corps doctor caring for a 23-year-old Peace Corps volunteer in China made a series of missteps in treating the volunteer before his death, the agency's inspector general found.
Michèle Flournoy, widely seen as the front-runner to replace Chuck Hagel as the next secretary of defense, abruptly took herself out of the running for the job Tuesday, complicating what will be one of the most important personnel decisions of President Barack Obama's second term.
The failure of Barack Obama's administration to secure a deal to restrain Iran's nuclear program by Monday's self-imposed deadline hands a significant gift to hard-liners in both countries: a seven-month window to criticize, and potentially sabotage, a final deal between Iran and the West.
American soldiers from the Army's 1st Cavalry Division will rotate to locations throughout Poland and the Baltics until at least the end of 2015 to reassure U.S. allies on edge because of recent Russian incursions into Ukraine, according to the top commander of the U.S. Army in Europe.