Esper met with Tunisian President Kaïs Saied and Tunisian Defense Minister Brahim Bartagi.
Rep. Houlahan questioned whether the decision to move AFRICOM headquarters out of Germany was being made in haste.
The potential move for AFRICOM was included in the Pentagon's plan to withdraw nearly 12,000 troops from Germany.
AFRICOM is on the sidelines as Russian and Syrian mercs face off in Libya.
The death of Abdelmalek Droukdel -- once regarded as Algeria's enemy number one -- could leave AQIM in disarray.
Sudanese militia leader Ali Kushayb surrendered to authorities in a remote corner of northern Central African Republic.
There was no immediate confirmation of his death from al-Qaida.
Col. Bradley D. Moses was in charge of the Third Special Forces Group in October 2017 when his troops were ambushed.
For the second time since it was activated in 2008, U.S. Africa Command is admitting it killed civilians in an airstrike.
Officials with U.S. Africa Command will launch a new report tracking allegations of civilian casualties.
Maj. Gen. John Richardson IV has launched a yearlong effort to heal the base's deeply scarred image.
Congressman Dan Crenshaw is a former Navy SEAL and the headliner in one of the most hyped-up joint campaign ads ever.
You may soon be able to pick up your prescriptions at the commissary or exchange without waiting in line.
The Marine Corps is considering a plan in which it could funnel all recruits to a new base.
The mere possibility of the Marine Corps shaking up where it trains new recruits has drawn swift backlash.