The Army says the coordinator of a sexual assault prevention program at Fort Hood, Texas, is under investigation for "abusive sexual contact" and other alleged
One year after a video surfaced showing government contractors using hedge clippers to cuts limbs off anesthetized goats -- an effort to replicate wartime
All eyes are on North Korea after recent threats of attacks on the United States. But how many of the threats should be taken seriously, and what can North
The Obama family dog, Bo, stole the show when he and first lady Michelle Obama visited military families at the Fisher House, located at Walter Reed Medical
For military families at the Fisher House at Walter Reed Medical Center, this year’s Easter Bunny came in the form of a lovable Portuguese water dog,
A mortar shell explosion killed eight U.S. Marines and injured seven more during mountain warfare training in the Nevada desert.
Although life as we know it still exists after the sequester, we now have another reason to look to Washington and expect Congress to play nice. Mark your
Ten years and $60 billion in American taxpayer funds later, Iraq is still so unstable and broken that even its leaders question whether U.S. efforts to rebuild
They don't care which side caused Washington's latest crisis. Five hundred miles from Capitol Hill, the men and women of the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard are
An Army private charged in the largest leak of classified material in U.S. history says he sent the material to WikiLeaks to enlighten the public about
Chuck Hagel was sworn in Wednesday as defense secretary — President Barack Obama's third in just over four years and the first who really wanted one of
The Senate has voted to confirm Chuck Hagel to be the nation's next defense secretary.
No progress to report in efforts to stave off looming government-wide spending cuts, President Barack Obama on Tuesday singled out for praise the few
Defense Secretary Leon Panetta told Congress on Wednesday that if automatic government spending cuts kick in on March 1 he may be compelled to furlough the
Cyberattacks that stole massive amounts of information from military contractors, energy companies and other key industries in the U.S. and elsewhere have been
Republican opponents are sending signals that Chuck Hagel's bid to become defense secretary will probably come to an up-or-down vote soon in the Senate.