Official: Mafia Hit Man Suspected in Air Force Vet Whitey Bulger's Slaying
The former official said that Fotios "Freddy" Geas and another inmate are believed to have been involved in Bulger's killing.
Gangster Whitey Bulger, Air Force Vet, Found Dead in Prison at 89
"Whitey" Bulger, the Boston gangster who benefited from a corrupt relationship with the FBI, died in federal prison.
Appeals Court Tosses Veterans' Lawsuits Over Burn Pits
A three-judge panel of the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals agreed with a judge who threw out the lawsuits against KBR.
Guard Officer Insists He Was Told to Take Vehicle Off Base
Yabut told The AP he was first notified of the training exercise by his commander a week before he drove the vehicle away .
Veterans Ask Court to Reinstate Lawsuits over Open Burn Pits
Veterans asked to reinstate lawsuits alleging that a government contractor caused health problems by using burn pits.
Family of CIA Contractor Slain in Benghazi May Sue
The family of a CIA contractor killed in Benghazi, Libya, has filed claims seeking $2 million in damages from the CIA and Sta...
Feds Deny Reports Boston Suspect is Arrested
Reporters converged on Boston's federal courthouse amid conflicting reports of whether a suspect was in custody.
Arcade Video Shooting Games Pulled After Massacres
A founding member of the National Video Game Association said he sees the pulling of arcade games as an overreaction.
Man Gets 17 Years in Plot to Attack Pentagon
A man was sentenced to 17 years in a plot to fly remote-controlled planes packed with explosives into the Pentagon.
Man Admits Guilt in Plot to Blow Up Pentagon
A Muslim-American man pleaded guilty Friday to his role in a plot to use remote-controlled model planes packed with explosive...
Mass. Man to Plead in Plot to Blow Up Pentagon
A Massachusetts man charged with plotting to fly remote-controlled model planes packed with explosives into the Pentagon and...
Police: Escaped Inmate, a Former Army Reservist, Is Captured
A man who climbed through razor wire to escape from a detention center in Rhode Island was captured in Massachusetts on Thurs...
Man Plucked from Life Boat after Week at Sea Reaches Boston
A Vermont man who spent a week at sea arrived in Boston on Tuesday and was being questioned by Coast Guard officials.
Boston Marathon Bombing Survivors Brace for Movies on Attack
Less than three years after bombs killed three and wounded over 260 at the Boston Marathon, two movies, a play and an HBO doc...
Son of Boston Police Captain Charged in ISIS Bomb Plot
The son of a Boston police captain has been arrested in an FBI sting and accused of plotting to commit terrorist acts in supp...
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4 Super Hornets Damaged in Carrier Landing Gone Wrong
An E-2D Hawkeye struck two aircraft and sent debris flying into two others in a Class A mishap on the USS Abraham Lincoln.
Navy Relieves Cruiser Antietam's Skipper After 12 Weeks on the Job
Capt. Tadd Gorman was relieved less than three months after he took command.
'We Are Dropping Like Flies.' Ex-Fighter Pilots Push for Earlier Cancer Screenings
Former Air Force and Navy fighter pilots are calling on the military to begin cancer screenings for aviators as young as 30.
Army Announces Winter Deployments to Europe, Afghanistan
Two Army units are headed to Afghanistan amid thinning hopes that the U.S. will reach a peace deal with the Taliban.
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First Woman on the Moon Could Be a Soldier
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Head of Army Cyber Command Wants Name Changed to Better Reflect Mission
U.S. Army Cyber Command is on its way to Augusta, but it might look a little different.
Vision and Disaster: The Complex Legacy of CNO Adm. John Richardson
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Pearl Harbor Destroyer USS Michael Murphy Returns After 92 Days at Sea
It was an eventful 92 days at sea for the destroyer USS Michael Murphy, which returned Monday to Pearl Harbor.
Air Force News
RC-135 Training 'Bottlenecks' After Flooding Destroys Simulators
The Air Force is sending RC-135 crew members to the United Kingdom and Texas to train after the massive flood at Offutt.
Boeing Wins Contract Worth Nearly $1 Billion to Replace Remaining A-10 Wings
The effort is known as the "A-10-Thunderbolt II Advanced-Wing Continuation Kit," or ATTACK, program.
Area 51 Events in Nevada Prompt Emergency Crowd Planning
A Nevada county has drafted an emergency declaration and a plan to deal with the upcoming "Storm Area 51" invasion.
Marine Corps News
Marine Corps Commandant Acknowledges Worries on Japan-Korean Ties
Gen. David Berger stressed that Japan and Korea have common interests despite their differences.
Marine Waives Military Hearing over Firearms Allegations
A preliminary military court hearing at Marine Corps Base Hawaii was scheduled for Wednesday.
Troops Who Deployed to the US-Mexico Border Are Getting a Medal
The award is designated for troops who "encounter no foreign armed opposition or imminent hostile action."
Coast Guard News
Coast Guardsman Charged with Domestic Battery
A member of the U.S. Coast Guard is charged with assaulting his wife, according to a report.
Coast Guard Academy Professors Help in Battle Against Drugs
Two professors at the Coast Guard Academy played a pivotal role in a federal drug trafficking case out of Florida.
US Coast Guard Looking for Missing Boaters off Florida Coast
The U.S. Coast Guard is searching for two missing boaters who left from a ramp at Port Canaveral, Florida on Friday.