Lawmakers Charge Trump Administration Easing Up on Payday Lenders to Troops
Senate Democrats want proposed rules changes they say would ease oversight of predatory payday lenders dropped.
Why Didn't F-15s Shoot Down the Stolen Sea-Tac Airliner?
"Through it all, there was a call not to take the shot," a NORAD spokesman said.
Norway Confirms Plan to Double Number of Marines Near Russian Border
Twice as many Marines will deploy to Norway next year and train near Russia, a move Moscow says will lead to retaliation.
Watchdog Probes Military Burning of Ammunition, Explosives
The inspector general for the DoD launched an probe into the open burning of ammunition and explosives at military sites.
US Officials: Iraqi Refugee Was Part of Terror Group
An Iraqi refugee was arrested in California on a warrant alleging that he killed an Iraqi policeman while fighting for ISIS.
Trump Yanks Ex-CIA Chief's Clearance, Hitting Vocal Critic
President Donald Trump abruptly revoked the security clearance of ex-CIA Director John Brennan on Wednesday.
VA Accused of Failing to Pay Bills for Health Care Company
Unpaid invoices to the VA has prompted a health care provider in New Hampshire to stop servicing more than a dozen veterans.
Gunmen Besiege Kabul Compound as Afghans Mourn Shite Dead
The shooting -- which underscored the near-daily, persistent threats in war-battered Afghanistan -- was sporadic.
2 Marines Received Valor Awards for Secret Gunfight Against al-Qaida
Two members of Marine Special Operations Command received awards for a gun battle with al-Qaida militants in Northern Africa.
Boeing Gets Contract to Upgrade Navy's Blue Angels to Super Hornets
The U.S. Navy Blue Angels are poised to soon receive new, retrofitted F/A-18 Super Hornet fighter aircraft.
Fire-Generated Winds Pose Hazards to National Guard Efforts to Fight Wildfires
The California wildfires can create their own violent weather, hampering firefighting efforts.
Poland Marks Army Day with Parade, Call for US Military Base
Poland's president voiced hope for a permanent U.S. military presence in his country on its Armed Forces Day.
Survivor of Newly Found WWII Shipwreck: 'So Many' to Rescue
Scientists using multi-beam sonar have discovered the 75-foot stern of the USS Abner Read below the Bering Sea.
Judge Sets Deadline for Army Specialist's Citizenship Ruling
Yea Ji Sea filed a lawsuit against the Department of Homeland Security last month after the military moved to discharge her.
Trump Objects to New Law that Stops him from Removing Troops from South Korea
President Donald Trump has objected to a series of provisions in the newly passed 2019 National Defense Authorization Act.
4 More Things to Know About the New Military Retiree Dental Coverage
Here's a few more things military retirees should keep in mind about the new dental program.
Petition Wants Chick-fil-A's on Military Bases
The petition calls Chick-fil-A "one of the most wholesome, happy and beloved fast food chains to exist in America today."
MyCAA Military Spouse Scholarship Site Back Online After Crash
After unexpected 20 day outage, the MyCAA military spouse scholarship site is back online.
Hawaii Marker to Honor Hundreds of WWII Prisoners of War
U.S. Army Air Corps veteran Daniel Crowley endured more than three years of slave labor while held prisoner by Japan during W...