defense & security
An amendment added to the annual intelligence-spending bill calls for more accountability when the Intelligence Community works with the entertainment industry.
A missile launched toward Japan by the reclusive nation soared to new heights, achieving a technological advance after a series of failures.
By Tess Owen
The Senate is considering legislation that would allow the FBI to access people's email metadata and browsing histories without a warrant.
Kenneth Bae spent almost two years in a North Korean labor camp. Now, on a book tour, he's been talking about his ordeal. And North Korea is not impressed.
The arrests come amid increased security alerts in Belgium and Europe after warnings that the 2016 Euro soccer tournament could be a potential target for extremists.
The cards are in response to a damning report issued last year on sexual misconduct in the military. Exploitation of power imbalances, date rape, and violent sexual assault were all common stories told by current and former Canadian Forces members.
Exhibitors at the biggest defense technology fair are coming up with creative ways to defeat the threat of drones, beyond simply shooting them down.
By Justin Ling
The hacker shared the personal information of thousands of Americans with the Islamic State, who added them to a 'kill list.'
Someone is targeting Islamic State assets online. Lots of the self-proclaimed caliphate's fanboys have been warning each other that it could be a trap.
Now that women can hold any position in the US military, including on the front lines of war, Congress has taken up the debate over whether they should also be registered for the draft.
Declassified internal CIA reports released Tuesday describes the systematic torture of the first high-value detainee to die in CIA custody.
By Justin Ling
Across North America and Europe, police services are vowing to increase security for Pride festivities — but the LGBTQ community vows that they will not be intimidated by the threats.
Sabrina De Sousa faces possible jail time for an unlawful CIA rendition that she says she wasn't involved in — and she says as secretary of state, Hillary Clinton did nothing to help her.
"It is with deep sadness that I have reason to believe that a Canadian citizen, Robert Hall, held hostage in the Philippines since September 21, 2015, has been killed by his captors," Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said in a statement.
By Lucian Kim
Anakonda-16 is the largest military exercises hosted by Poland in more than a decade, involving 30,000 soldiers from more than 20 NATO and partner countries — with half of them from the US.
By Alberto Riva
A Su-27 Flanker from the air force's aerobatic team went down on Thursday, killing the pilot. Authorities responded by grounding 300 of them, pending an investigation.
American officials said the Chinese operation in international airspace on Tuesday was "unsafe", while China accused the US side of "deliberately hyping up the issue" and demanded an end to US surveillance flights in the area.
By Tess Owen
After VICE News published more than 800 pages of NSA documents about Snowden's efforts to raise surveillance concerns, he alleged there's even more evidence that not yet been made public.
By VICE News
A government spokesperson did not release any further details and no one has claimed responsibility for the attack on the Baqa'a refugee camp — the largest in the country, housing around 100,000 refugees.
The ban comes after a series incidents involving American personnel that heightened longstanding resentment against the US military's presence in the country.