An array of animals and habitats flourished at six former weapons complexes — mostly for nuclear and chemical arms.
The repairs have been on hold for months while officials try to settle on a contractor for the long and complicated project.
The satellite is scheduled to lift off Tuesday from Cape Canaveral, Florida, aboard a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket.
Racial slurs posted outside the dorm rooms of five black students at the Air Force Academy were written by one of those...
Researchers said they will study contamination levels in the blood of about 200 Colorado residents.
The U.S. Army resumed destroying obsolete chemical weapons at a Colorado depot after a nine-month shutdown for repairs.
A highly automated, multibillion-dollar plant in Colorado that destroys U.S. chemical weapons is over budget.
He was once a standout student in law school and an Army medic who deployed to Iraq.
Last year, NORAD Tracks Santa drew 10.7 million unique visitors to its website and snared 1.8 million Facebook followers.
Authorities are investigating whether laws were broken in the discharge of wastewater tainted with toxic chemicals.
The top VA official in charge of construction nationwide retired Wednesday amid an internal investigation of delays and...
Investigators said they are looking into allegations that VA employees in Colorado kept unofficial lists of waiting veterans.
The U.S. Army could begin destroying the nation's largest remaining stockpile of chemical weapons as early as Wednesday.
An Air Force base said it accidentally released about 150,000 gallons of water containing toxic chemicals into the sewer...
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The list is included in a 61-page report to Congress delivered Wednesday.
The Inspector General's report calls for better oversight, but one official said his office isn't responsible.
Pitman is best known for ignoring military protocol and breaking regulations so he could save lives.
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Chris Taylor announced on Monday that he will be suspending his campaign because of a recent drug overdose.
Gen. Tod Wolters said he has put in a request to host two additional guided missile destroyers in the European theater.
The senators urged Esper to add the 74 sailors who died aboard the USS Frank E. Evans to the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.
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Knapp will replace Maj. Gen. Donald Dunbar, who resigned at the end of December.
The cruise ship evacuation was voluntary, but the U.S. Embassy strongly encouraged passengers to take it.
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YUMA, Ariz. — A Marine Corps search and rescue squadron in southwest Arizona will disband amid safety concerns.
Commandant Gen. David Berger called the moves "some of my most important matters for immediate execution."
Matthew Kraft disappeared after taking leave for a backcountry ski trip along the High Sierra Route starting Feb. 24, 2019.
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The multi-agency command overseeing the wreck removal hopes to start cutting the ship into sections in May.
The Coast Guard took delivery of the new cutter this month in Key West, Florida.
Coast Guard Lt. Cmdr. Matt Waller explained the plans to remove the vessel with nearly 4,200 cars inside.