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A court-martial for a U.S. Army general facing sexual assault charges has been postponed for a third time.
The Defense Department has identified the six soldiers who died in a helicopter crash in Afghanistan.
The international community continues to become more deeply involved in trying to stem the bloody chaos that has descended on the Central African Republic (CAR), with America's ambassador to the U.N.
A bipartisan group of senators is preparing to defy the White House by introducing new Iran sanctions legislation as early as Thursday or Friday that would increase pressure on Iran if it fails to meet its obligations under the interim deal signed last mo
Three sets of eyes peer out of a massively armored U.S. truck rolling slowly down Highway 1.
The commander of the Guantanamo Bay naval base decided Wednesday to move Nativity scenes from two dining halls following complaints that the decorations improperly promoted Christianity.
Retailers have pitched in to make sure some Florida National Guardsmen have the transportation to get home for the holidays.
One of two Sudanese Guantanamo detainees who arrived home Thursday after release from the U.S.-run facility in Cuba said his jailers had 'systematically tortured' him, with punishment 'doubled' for those who attempted hunger strikes.
Lawmakers scrambled Wednesday to reverse a plan to reduce annual military retirement pay increases for working-age retirees under 62, but were unsuccessful as the Senate approved that change as part of a broader budget bill on a vote of 64-36.
A presidential advisory panel has recommended sweeping changes to government surveillance programs, including limiting the bulk collection of Americans' phone records by stripping the National Security Agency of its ability to store that data in its own f
Suicide bombings targeting Shiite pilgrims in and around the Iraqi capital and other violence across the country killed 36 people and wounded dozens others Thursday, officials said.
A U.N. panel probing war crimes in Syria reported Thursday that people around the country are systematically vanishing without a trace as part of a widespread campaign of terror against civilians.
President Vladimir Putin said Thursday that National Security Agency surveillance is necessary to fight terrorism, but added that the U.S. government must 'limit the appetite' of the agency with a clear set of ground rules.
New York National Guard officials say Navy divers have suspended their search for an unmanned military aircraft that crashed into Lake Ontario last month.
The Senate on Wednesday approved a controversial bipartisan budget plan that erases over $30 billion in across-the-board spending cuts in 2014 and 2015. The former round of cuts would have kicked in next month.
The first conviction in a massive bribery scandal that has ensnared six U.S. Navy officials could lead to an expanded probe if a senior Navy criminal investigator who pleaded guilty cooperates with authorities as part of his plea agreement.
U.S. and Afghan officials are investigating reports Afghan forces have given the Taliban control of multiple checkpoints in Sangin, where hundreds of Marines were wounded or killed during a difficult, years-long fight to secure one of Afghanistan's most violent territories.
Big changes to Basic Allowance for Housing rates are under consideration for down the road inside the Pentagon, but for now many troops can rest easy knowing that they will receive the standard uptick for next year.
Oscar and Tony winner Glenn Close lent her star power Wednesday to legislation that would help improve community mental health services, including programs for veterans with service-related behavioral health conditions.