Air Force Major Charged with Murder in Death of Wife
Forty-year-old Andre McDonald is being held Monday at the Bexar County jail. Bail is set at $2 million.
Port Chicago Disaster: US House OKs African-American Sailors' Exoneration
An member of Congress has added an amendment to a bill that would exonerate survivors of the accident convicted of mutiny.
Patriots' Kraft Pledges $100K for Families of Bikers Killed in Accident
Bikers from as far as Louisiana and Arizona rode in for the event outside Gillette Stadium to pay their respects.
Hmong Veterans Ask for Burial Rights in US Veterans Cemeteries
Lao-Hmong vets from across the U.S. are expected to gather in St. Paul for the annual Lao Hmong Veterans National Conference.
UK Says Seized Iranian Oil Tanker Could Be Released
On Sunday the leaders of Britain, France and Germany called for an end to "the escalation of tensions" in the region.
Army to Receive 7.62mm Squad Marksman Rifles as Early as Next Year
Heckler & Koch Defense Inc. will soon begin delivering thousands of 7.62mm squad-designated marksman rifles to the Army.
Barry Drenches Gulf Coast, but Initially Spares New Orleans
Coast Guard helicopters rescued a dozen people and two pets from flooded areas of Terrebonne Parish, south of New Orleans.
Army Reserve Program Among First to Access New Joint Light Tactical Vehicle
The 88th Readiness Division at Fort McCoy is one of the first divisions in the Army to get access to the new vehicles.
'Still Breathing': 12 Years Later, Triple-Amputee Iraq War Vet Comes Home
Army Staff Sgt. Matt Lammers returned to Kansas after competing in the Department of Defense's Warrior Games.
Military Discipline in the Social Media Age: How the New Top Marine Plans to Lead
Policing social media use for the military's youngest force is a hefty mission.
Leaked UK Memo Says Trump Axed Iran Deal to Spite Obama
The memo was written after a failed attempt to persuade the U.S. not to abandon the Iran nuclear agreement.
Michigan World War II Vet Receives Purple Heart 75 Years After Combat Injury
Following the war, Tony Procassini submitted paperwork to receive his Purple Heart, but it never came.
Over US Warnings, Turkey Gets Russian-Made S-400 Missile System
Turkey's purchase of the so-called "F-35 killer" has begun despite retaliatory plans to boot it from the jet program.
Marine Iraq War Vet and His Bride Pay Tribute to Trump with MAGA Wedding
A veteran lance corporal took the president's "Salute to America" message to new heights with a super patriotic wedding.
Filmmaker and Vietnam Vet Oliver Stone Writing Memoir, Scheduled for 2020
Army veteran Oliver Stone has some memories to share, not all of them happy.
VA Announces Yellow Ribbon Schools for 2019-2020 Academic Year
These private schools give veterans a break on tuition.
Think of Your PCS in a New Way
A permanent change of station can be more than just a move, it can be a new start.
Army Vet, Emmy-Winning Actor Rip Torn Has Died at the Age of 88
Before he became an actor, Torn served as a military policeman during the Korean War.