Israel has launched airstrikes on the Gaza Strip for a second time since a shaky cease-fire ended last month’s 11-day war.
The military has in the past defended the practice, known as “intelligence mapping,” as a necessary measure to counter...
Israeli aircraft carried out a series of airstrikes at militant sites in the Gaza Strip, the first such raids since a shaky...
Israel’s visiting defense minister says it will stay engaged as the U.S. tries to return to a nuclear deal with Iran.
The comments by Lt. Gen. Aviv Kochavi came as Israel and Iran both seek to put pressure on President Joe Biden.
Much of the intelligence Jonathan Pollard provided to Israel may have ended up in the Soviet Union.
Pollard sold military secrets to Israel while working as a civilian intelligence analyst for the U.S. Navy in the 1980s.
U.S. European Command broke off a military exercise with Israel as a precaution against the spread of coronavirus.
An aggressive Iran has resulted in broader common ground between Israel and many of the Sunni Arab governments in the region.
Travel to the West Bank, including Jericho, Bethlehem and Jerusalem's Old City, is restricted "until further notice."
For decades, the Feres Doctrine has kept active-duty military personnel from suing the government.
Gen. David Berger told Congress that the service has trimmed assets and people and needs full funding to ensure readiness.
The North Carolina House wants to exempt military retiree pay from state income taxes for more veterans in North Carolina.
The VA and the Department of Housing and Urban Development are bracing for the end of the moratorium on June 30.
The Air Force announced plans to buy between 140 to 160 "KC-Y" commercial derivative tankers at a rate of 12 to 15 aircraft...