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A Kenyan official says all terrorists died in a recent attack on a Kenyan mall, contrary to suggestions in a New York Police Department report that some of the attackers could have escaped.
Possible House action this week against Iran could fall short of new penalties that might derail a short-term nuclear agreement and Senate steps seem further off, legislatives aides said Wednesday, as the Obama administration appealed for patience.
A near-final draft of a new Japanese national security strategy calls for a stronger military to deal with a rising China and other growing risks close to home.
Five Army veterans and current soldiers got the chance to write, direct and produce their own films for ABC television during the network's November and December 'Home for the Holidays' campaign - an initiative that encourages supporting and hiring vetera
Gov. Nikki Haley's husband is going to be home for the holidays, returning with his South Carolina Army National Guard unit from Afghanistan.
A growing number of American students are eager to cash in on expected boom market for drone operators after more unmanned aircraft become legal to fly in U.S. airspace, which could happen in the next few years.
A reduction in basic training at Fort Benning will force the 197th Infantry Brigade to discontinue operations at the post.
The U.S. government lobotomized roughly 2,000 mentally ill veterans - and likely hundreds more - during and after World War II, according to a cache of forgotten memos, letters and government reports unearthed by The Wall Street Journal.
A bill ordering removal of an accused murderer's remains from a Michigan cemetery passed the House on Wednesday and is on its way to the White House for President Obama's signature.
A surprise recommendation from congressional budget negotiators to cap annual cost-of-living adjustments for working-age military retirees is drawing stiff opposition from military associations but may be hard to stop.
A bipartisan budget deal to avoid another government shutdown and reduce the impact of sequestration over the next two years includes thorns for working-age retirees.
Lawmakers are raising questions about the secret U.S. diplomacy with Iran that led to last month's nuclear breakthrough, demanding greater transparency and expressing disappointment at being left in the dark.
Secretary of State John Kerry urged members of Congress Tuesday not to pursue tougher sanctions against Iran that some lawmakers say would help ensure the interim deal signed last month leads to a final one that keeps Iran's nuclear program peaceful.
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The National Guard's top general will host a Facebook town hall meeting on Friday.
The Veterans Affairs Department's top benefits official predicted Wednesday that the backlog of almost 400,000 benefits claims will continue to drop in 2014 and is on course to be eliminated in 2015.
Pentagon official say they have no intention of creating special fitness standards for women who want to serve in combat jobs - but Congress wants to see that promise in law.
The United States has suspended all non-lethal assistance destined for rebels fighting President Bashar Assad's forces in northern Syria, U.S. officials said Wednesday, citing fears the aid could fall into the hands of al-Qaida linked militants.
Along with 'Go Army!' and 'Beat Navy!' commonly heard sayings at the U.S. Military Academy may soon come to include 'Shut off the lights!'