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A suspected U.S. drone strike killed four al-Qaida militants Saturday in a southern Yemeni province once overrun by the group, according to security officials.
INDIANAPOLIS - Kyle Bruner led a marching band, taught special-needs children, excelled as an athlete and handled heavy artillery in the Indiana National Guard - all in 34 years, before dying what police described as a hero's death earlier this week in th
The Army is investigating the death of a 23-year-old paratrooper at Fort Bragg.
Authorities Friday confirmed that a body found in a remote canyon in Orange County was a 36-year-old former Army sergeant, and they promptly arrested her former roommate who had made frequent public appearances and given a steady stream of media interviews during the two weeks she was missing.
Just a few weeks from seeing the birth of his first child, Michael Robert Bradford died serving his country in Afghanistan.
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E-mails released by the White House that describe how the CIA's assessment of the Benghazi attack was edited to exclude any mention of terrorism appear to be part of a routine process by Washington bureaucrats, says a former CIA agent who used to take par
After a decade of war, the military may have become soft on some sexual assault offenders, the Pentagon's top officer said Friday.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel on Friday ordered the military to recertify all 25,000 people involved in programs designed to prevent and respond to sexual assault, an acknowledgement that assaults have escalated beyond the Pentagon's control.
A police affidavit in the stalking case of an Army officer who manages the sexual harassment and assault response program at Fort Campbell says Lt. Col. Darin Haas threatened to kill his ex-wife in text messages.
The Defense Department announced Friday that officials have taken the first step that will allow government-issued iPhones and iPads to access DoD computer networks.
The Defense Department is making a final plea to Congress to cap the 2014 military pay raise at 1 percent.
President Obama said Thursday the nation's military leaders told him they are 'ashamed' of their failure to end sexual abuse in the armed services, and he promised an accelerated effort to find solutions.
U.S. military officials say a 33-year-old soldier from western Kansas has died in Afghanistan.
A Navy SEAL was killed in a training accident Wednesday night, a spokesman from Naval Special Warfare Group 2 said.
Stateside military bases are generating 130 megawatts of solar energy - a modest amount that's only enough to power 22,000 homes, but still a step the solar power industry says is improving national security.
Concerned that teenage obesity has dramatically reduced the number of people eligible for military service, Sen. Mark Udall, D-Colo., has introduced legislation to create an education program about healthy lifestyles.
Lawmakers are wrestling with changes in the military justice system to improve investigation and prosecution of rape and sexual assault cases, with a push toward handling have sex crimes handled outside the normal chain of command.
An Army sergeant was sentenced Thursday to life in prison without parole for the 2009 killings of five fellow service members at a combat stress clinic in Iraq.
The United States remains in armed conflict with al-Qaida and its affiliates, a fight likely to last a decade or two, senior Pentagon officials told Congress on Thursday in arguing against changes to the 2001 military force law used in the war on terror.