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Air Force Chief Master Sergeant Faces Sexual Misconduct Charges
by Oriana Pawlyk
The Air Force has added two sexual misconduct charges against a noted former chief master sergeant facing an Article 32 hearing.
Buying 3 Carriers at Once Could Save $1.5 Billion, Shipyard Says
by Brock Vergakis
Newport News Shipbuilding, says buying three carriers at once would create substantial savings in time and money.
Veterans Groups Agree on Four Proposed GI Bill Changes
Stars and Stripes
by Nikki Wentling
The groups agreed that GI Bill loopholes, excluding some servicemembers from receiving education benefits, needed to be closed.
Hagel's New Pentagon Portrait Features Combat Infantry Badge
by Richard Sisk
Former Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel's official portrait in the Pentagon includes the Combat Infantry Badge.
Report: China Cripples CIA Operations, Kills Informants
U.S. intelligence and law enforcement agencies tried to stem the damage, but were divided over the cause of the breach.
Thai Army: Ex-PM, Protest Leaders Held 'to Think'
by Thanyarat Oksone and Kay Johnson
Thailand's coup leaders said Saturday that they would keep former Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra and protest leaders detain...
Thai Protesters Cut Off Power to PM's Offices
by Grant Peck and Jinda Wedel
BANGKOK - Protesters announced they cut off electricity to the prime minister's office compound on Thursday and demanded that p...
Thai Protesters Claim Authority over Government
by Sinfah Tunsarawuth and Grant Peck
BANGKOK - The head of Thailand's protest movement on Tuesday extended his extraordinary claims to holding power over government...
Thai PM Says Protesters' Demands Unacceptable
by Thanyarat Doksone and Jocelyn Gecker
BANGKOK - Thailand's prime minister said Monday she is willing to do anything it takes to end violent protests against her gove...
US, Thailand Ink Agreement Focused On Security
Stars and Stripes
by Jennifer Hlad
The United States and Thailand on Thursday signed a joint vision statement for a defense alliance, marking the first time since...