Military Quietly Prepares for a Last Resort: War With North Korea

It’s normal for American commanders to draw up combat plans. But recent exercises signal that the military wants to be ready for options on the Korean Peninsula.

Informant Earned $7 Million for Role in Benghazi Prosecution

American officials paid the informant after he helped build a case against Ahmed Abu Khattala, a suspect in the 2012 Benghazi attacks, and orchestrate his capture.

Benghazi Attacks Suspect Is Captured in Libya by U.S. Commandos

The man is the second suspect to be apprehended in the 2012 assault and will be brought to Washington to face criminal charges.

Niger Attack Lays Bare U.S. Troops’ Long Wait for Medical Help in Africa

The time frame for moving injured troops is much longer in Africa, where four were killed in an ambush last week, than in Iraq or Afghanistan, military officials said.

Retro Report: Special Ops Forces: How Elite Forces Became Military Muscle

September 25, 2017 Retro Report By CLYDE HABERMAN When it comes to just about every policy set by Barack Obama, President Trump has proved to be a dedicated Marxist. As in Groucho Marx. In the 1932 film “Horse Feathers,” Marx sang, “Whatever it is,...

Commando Raids on ISIS Yield Vital Data in Shadowy War

Risky Special Operations missions targeting midlevel figures can prove valuable for unearthing information about the Islamic State’s inner circle.