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A lawyer for families of the 17 sailors killed in the 2000 bombing of the Cole urged a federal appeals court to reinstate a $282.5 million lawsuit against Sudan on Tuesday.
Russian security services said Tuesday that a U.S. CIA officer - allegedly caught with wigs, multiple eyeglasses and spy instructions - was detained in Moscow after allegedly attempting to recruit a Russian intelligence officer.
Not long after midnight Aug. 12, the destroyer Porter cleared the Strait of Hormuz and entered the Persian Gulf. Five months into their deployment, it was the ship's 13th straits transit and the commanding officer, Cmdr.
A military judge found Army Sgt. John Russell guilty of premeditated murder Monday in the 2009 killings of five fellow service members at a combat stress clinic in Iraq.
House Republicans pushed ahead Monday with their investigation of the deadly assault on the U.S. diplomatic mission in Benghazi, Libya, last year as President Obama asserted that GOP charges of a cover-up are baseless.
The following 176 Reserve staff corps officers have been selected for promotion to commander, according to a fleetwide message, ALNAV 034/13, released Monday:
Student veterans who were overpaid on their GI Bill benefits would get more time to repay the money under a bill introduced Monday by Sen. Michael Bennet, D-Colo.
Stripping military commanders of their authority to handle sexual assault cases is one of many proposals that Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel is willing to consider, a Pentagon spokesman said Monday.
A truck bombing Monday killed three coalition service members in southern Afghanistan, NATO said in a statement. A local official said the attack targeted a base operated by troops from Georgia.
Norbert Ciecior was 12 years old when his house was bombed.
Britain's Prince Harry chatted and joked with wounded service members from the United Kingdom on Saturday at the Warrior Games, the U.S. military's Paralympic-style competition in Colorado.
After a whirlwind first day in the nation's capital that included a visit to Capitol Hill, The White House and the British Ambassador's residence, Prince Harry was up bright and early and in uniform for a somber visit to Arlington National Cemetery.
Hiring veterans to process claims could be part of the solution to eliminating the backlog of disability claims, the Senate Veterans' Affairs Committee chairman believes.
Combat helicopter pilot Prince Harry of Britain along with Olympic swimming champion Missy Franklin joined an American naval officer who had been blinded in Afghanistan in launching the Warrior Games for wounded service members.
Forty-seven Reserve staff corps officers have been selected for promotion to captain, according to a May 9 fleetwide message, ALNAV 033/13: