Pentagon Broke the Law with Sgt. Bergdahl Prisoner Swap

Bergdahl wants out of the Army


US Launches First Airstrikes In Iraq

Pentagon: US aircraft strike Islamic militant artillery fired near US personnel in Iraq.


Interview: Pentagon Specialists Head To The Border

The Boehner lawsuit is one step closer to the courthouse door. Next week before starting summer vacation


Pentagon Says Benghazi Suspect In US Custody

The Pentagon says a Libyan militant accused in a deadly attack on Americans in Benghazi, Libya,


Pentagon Looks to Prevent Mood Swings with Microchips

Implants in the brain


Obama’s Pick For Homeland Security Under Pressure

"He knew that it's good to have friends on both sides of the aisle."


Fallen Soldiers’ Families Lose Death Benefits

The shutdown of the federal government is now affecting some families when they are most vulnerable, denying them benefits to help with funeral expenses of loved ones killed while serving the country.


Pentagon Proposes Training Syrian Rebels

If approved, it would dramatically increase the role of the U.S. military in Syria's civil war.