The weekend death is the first of a service member from the coronavirus in six weeks.
The government announced it would release 900 Taliban prisoners as a three-day cease-fire draws to an end.
The VA says they are aware of the headstones but are required to preserve them, as they are considered historic artifacts.
A SpaceX rocket is scheduled to blast off Wednesday afternoon from Kennedy Space Center, carrying NASA astronauts.
E. Royce Williams is being called a forgotten hero in a forgotten war.
The mother of a Marine who was killed in Iraq is pledging to rebuild a war memorial that was destroyed by a dam failure.
The May 3 gunfire exchange was the first shooting inside the Korean Demilitarized Zone in about 2½ years.
The tanker and four behind it were finishing a high seas journey amid a burgeoning relationship between Iran and Venezuela.
The meeting was held amid a prolonged deadlock in negotiations with the United States over the North’s nuclear program.
Defense Secretary Mark Esper said that, when the gunman tried to get through the gate, he was stopped by a young sailor.
The goal is not only to attract pilots with the cutting-edge systems, but also future maintainers and crew chiefs.
It will be like R2-D2 from "Star Wars" in an aircraft, an official says.
One of the detainees was mildly ill, including fever and a sore throat and was treated onboard.
The president said the nation would "vanquish" the virus, likening that battle to Fort McHenry's own noble history.
So far, his Facebook videos have reached around 25,000 viewers, many of whom have a connection to the training brigade.