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The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has accused Cash America International of charging troops and family members interest rates above the 36 percent maximum annual percentage rate allowed by law.
There is a reason that Marines seeking tuition assistance at their base education center are being deferred.
Few people have come to embody the Marine Corps ethos in popular culture more than retired Gunnery Sgt. R. Lee Ermey, who rocketed to fame after a star turn in 'Full Metal Jacket,' Stanley Kubrick's classic 1987 film.
Congressional negotiators unveiled a compromise $632.8 billion defense policy bill on Monday that they hope can pass the House and Senate by Christmas to avoid disruption in military programs.
The 85-year-old U.S. military veteran who was detained for weeks by North Korea said Monday that the videotaped confession in which he apologized for killing North Koreans during the war was given involuntarily and under duress.
The U.S. Naval Academy superintendent said Monday that he decided to court-martial two midshipmen in a sexual assault case against a military judge's recommendation because it is his duty to make sure the charges are fully examined.
U.S. military officials insisted a top-secret Pentagon study proved the need to buy Russian helicopters for Afghanistan's security forces.
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Lt. Col. Oliver North, a retired combat-decorated Marine, recently finished his 57th embed with troops since 2001. North, 70, has observed many units fighting on the battlefield, and now he has written a book about what happens once they come home.
BAGHDAD (AP) - A series of attacks, including a car bomb outside a cafe, killed at least 21 people in Iraq on Monday, officials said.
At least 11 explosions tore through predominantly Shiite Muslim areas in and around the Iraqi capital on Sunday, killing at least 39 people at crowded market places, commercial districts and car repair shops, officials said.
Iran has dramatically improved the accuracy of its ballistic missiles by using laser systems, its defense minister said Monday.
An American organization tasked with furthering democracy in developing nations said Monday that while elections next April in Afghanistan are unlikely to be perfect, they should be better than previous polls marred by widespread fraud.
U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel on Sunday offered troops a rare glimmer of hope on the department's financial woes, saying a possible budget agreement back home could ease the automatic spending cuts that have hit the military hard.
North Carolina-based Marines are next in line to conduct rotational deployments in Europe and Africa as the service continues to push forward with expeditionary deployments geared toward crisis response and strengthening military partnerships.
More than four decades after her brother vanished from the Philadelphia Naval Hospital, Virginia Cleary learned the young Marine's body was found along the Pennsylvania Turnpike in 1968 and buried in an unmarked grave.
South Korea on Sunday announced an expansion of its air defense zone following China's move to establish a similar zone that has been criticized by Beijing's neighbors.
Marine Corps officials are saying little about the costs and timetable for implementing a plan, pushed by the service's commandant, to install security cameras in barracks bachelor housing complexes throughout the fleet.
Iran's President Hassan Rouhani said Sunday that last month's nuclear deal with world powers has already boosted the country's economy, as he continues a push to convince skeptics of the benefits brought by the pact's partial sanctions relief.
Iran's President Hassan Rouhani said Sunday his country opposes the presence of foreign forces in Afghanistan and the region, saying their presence generates tension, the official IRNA news agency reported.