Here's Everything the Coast Guard Did Without a Paycheck This Month
"Continue standing the watch -- I am proud of your unwavering devotion to duty."
Extremists Attack Hotel in Nairobi; Al-Shabab Claims Role
Extremists launched a deadly attack on a luxury hotel in Kenya's capital Tuesday, sending people fleeing in panic.
Military Border Deployment Extended Until September, Pentagon Announces
While the troops are staying on, the mission is changing.
Woman Who Was Among Pioneer Pilots in WWII Has Died at 96
Millicent Young, a member of the WASPs, died of complications related to chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
Iran Satellite Fails to Reach Orbit in US-Criticized Launch
An Iranian satellite-carrying rocket blasted off into space on Tuesday, but scientists failed to put the device into orbit.
VA Renews Pledge Vets' Health Care Won't Be Privatized
To say the VA Mission Act means privatization is a "myth" and a "red herring," officials said.
Navajo Code Talker Alfred K. Newman Dies at 94 in New Mexico
Alfred K. Newman, a Navajo Code Talker who used his native language to outsmart the Japanese in World War II, has died at 94.
Pentagon Shipping Jumbo Cell to Guantanamo Court for al-Qaida Trial from Bed
The Camp Justice sleepover plan represents a reversal in Guantanamo detention center policy.
CBO Suggests Raising Tricare Fees, Cutting Veteran Benefits to Slash Deficit
The Congressional Budget Office published options for reducing the imbalance, including three suggestions on Tricare.
Air Force Medal of Honor Recipient Joe Jackson Dies at 95
He received the military's highest award for gallantry and heroism for his actions rescuing three men in Vietnam.
50,000 Coast Guard Retirees May Miss Pay if Shutdown Continues
As the partial federal government shutdown enters its fourth week, another group is about to get hit in the pocketbook.
Coast Guard Reprimands Officer over White Supremacy Sign
The Coast Guard has reprimanded a Coast Guard officer for flashing a white supremacy hand sign on live television.
Wilkie: 'Insulting' to Suggest Shutdown Could Cause Veteran Suicides
The VA secretary is calling for an apology after a union official suggested vets might resort to suicide during the shutdown.
Supreme Court Rejects Appeal over Military Burn Pits
The Supreme Court is rejecting appeals from military vets who claim they suffer health problems because of open burn pits.
Navy First Service to Test Smartphone Access to Personnel Records
The app eventually will allow sailors to read records and put in orders and leave requests.
'Rampage': A Harrowing Chronicle of World War II's Battle of Manila
James M. Scott tells the story of the 29-day battle in 1945 that marked Gen. Douglas MacArthur's return to the Philippines.
7 Military Discounts to Help During a Government Shutdown
Military families are always on the lookout for great discounts, but they are even more vital during a government shutdown.
VA Suspends Debt Collections for Furloughed Feds
If you are a federal employee or family member with a debt to the VA, you can get a temporary reprieve on paying it back.
Daughter's Plea Draws 50,000 Birthday Cards for Purple Heart Veteran
At 96, World War II veteran and Purple Heart medal recipient Duane Sherman has survived most of his friends.