security & defense
Shahram Amiri disappeared in Saudi Arabia in 2009 and reappeared one year later in the United States. He says he was kidnapped; the US says that's false.
Documents obtained by VICE News suggest that the Canadian Security Intelligence Service was doing more risky work that they let on in Afghanistan.
Since this is still somehow a problem, Canada pleads with its citizens to stop firing lasers at aircraft because it is, obviously, very dangerous.
Introducing 'ISIS Crisis': The Strategy Board Game the Canadian Military Could Use to Fight the Islamic State
A new report from the research wing of the Canadian military suggests that table-top board games could force military planners to think through their decisions in foreign intervention.
BlackBerry CEO John Chen says that his company was staying true to its principles, and being a good corporate citizen, when it cooperated with Canadian police in 2010.
It's taken the better part of a decade, but Washington has finally got Ottawa to agree to report whenever Americans enter Canada, and whenever Canadians enter America.
Lawyers for Chekkouri say they don't know where he is, and have no been able to speak with or see their client since he arrived on Moroccan soil.
Letters written by Osama Bin Laden in his final years depict a man concerned about al Qaeda splinter groups in Africa, with the document release coming a week after journalist Seymour Hersh questioned the government's account of his death.
The USS Farragut has been sent to the Persian Gulf after Iranian military captured a Marshall Islands-flagged cargo ship, then ordered the captain to turn towards Iran.
US Navy deploys laser weapon system in the Arabian Gulf for the first time, introducing a cheaper alternative than traditional naval missiles.
The Navy Is Investigating the Filming of Servicewomen In Showers as a New Sex Assault Report Emerges
Women were recorded until November on board the USS Wyoming, one of the first submarines that became integrated with females.