North Korea Suggests It Might Lift Weapons Test Moratorium
North Korea says it might call off its suspension of nuclear and missile tests because of U.S.-South Korean military drills.
Pentagon Still Struggles with Sexual-Assault Cases Among Military Kids
For decades, justice has been elusive on American bases when the children of service members sexually assaulted each other.
Trump, Kim Summit Collapses amid Failure to Reach Deal
Mere hours after both nations seemed hopeful of a deal, Trump's and Kim's motorcades roared away.
Trump, Kim Share Smiles, Dinner Before Nuke Talks
For all of the optimistic talk in front of the cameras, there was broad concern that Trump would give Kim too much.
Trump and China Loom Over a Tumultuous Year in Asia
As 2018 draws to a close, the Korean Peninsula is not the only place in Asia looking ahead with apprehension.
After Summit, Trump Announces Halt to US-South Korea 'War Games'
Trump announced that he will be freezing U.S. military "war games" with its ally South Korea while negotiations continue.
Can Trump and Kim Bring an End to the Korean War?
Trump and Kim may face huge obstacles -- some even question whether a treaty could lead to disaster instead of peace.
Seoul: North Korea Committed to US Summit, Denuclearization
The surprise meeting between the leaders of North and South Korea capped a whirlwind 24 hours of diplomatic back-and-forth.
North Korea Threatens to Cancel Trump-Kim Summit over Drills
North Korea threatened to scrap a historic summit next month between Kim Jong Un, and U.S. President Donald Trump.
Korea Leaders Avoid Specific Measures to Address Nuke Crisis
The leaders of North and South Korea played it safe, repeating a previous vow to rid the Korean Peninsula of nuclear weapons.
South Korea Meeting Thrusts North's Kim into the Limelight
Playing senior statesman with a roomful of visiting South Koreans offered propaganda and political opportunities.
Come Visit: South Korea's Leader Invited to North Korea
The message from dictator Kim Jong Un to come at a "convenient time" was delivered by his visiting sister, Kim Yo Jong.
NKorea Orders Rocket Prep After US B-2 Drill
North Korea upped the rhetoric today, saying its rocket forces are ready "to settle accounts with the U.S."
NKorea Rocket Preparations Might Be a Bluff
Rocket sections are apparently being trucked into North Korea's northwest launch site, but some analysts are asking whether i...
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Air Force Warns Against Area 51 Assault Plans as Alien Memes Swamp the Internet
The Facebook event, "Storm Area 51, They Can't Stop All of Us," calls for enthusiasts to show up outside the base Sept. 20.
Navy Corpsman Bought 27 Lottery Tickets, Won 26 Times
He beat odds of 1 in 1.8 million with his latest win of $1 million.
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Heckler & Koch Defense Inc. will soon begin delivering thousands of 7.62mm squad-designated marksman rifles to the Army.
House Passes $733 Billion Defense Bill, Including 3.1% Pay Raise for Troops
The House passed a $733 billion defense policy bill -- $17 billion short of what the White House wanted.
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The Army Is Building a 3D Database of Real Cities for Virtual Reality Training
The effort, known as One World Terrain (OWT), is part of the Army's sweeping modernization effort.
Vice President Pence Tells Troops: 'Fort Bragg Is Full of Patriots'
Vice President Mike Pence visited Fort Bragg soldiers Wednesday to thank them for their service to the country.
Appeals Court Affirms Bergdahl Conviction, Finds No Unlawful Command Influence
The majority found that President Trump's remarks didn't constitute command influence, but the defense team plans to appeal.
Gilday Nominated to Be Next Chief of Naval Operations
Vice Adm. Michael Gilday, a three-star admiral, is now the director of the Joint Staff, a position he has held since March.
John Paul Stevens to Be 13th Supreme Court Justice Buried at Arlington
Navy veteran John Paul Stevens died Tuesday at age 99, a day after suffering a stroke.
Navy Cuts Flight Hours, Cancels Performances as It Deals with Aviation Budget Shortfall
Navy H-60 Sea Hawk pilots in helicopter sea combat and maritime strike squadrons will see their flight hours cut by 25%.
Air Force News
Air Force Fighter Pilot Units Will Get Personal Therapists to Fight Chronic Pain
A personal masseuse, trainer or conditioning coach could be coming to a fighter pilot base near you.
Air Force NCO Behind Racist Online Video Separated from Service
Geraldine Lovely, who last served as a staff sergeant at Nellis Air Force Base, was separated from the Air Force on April 5.
Air Force: Rescue Team Helps Injured Mexican Fishermen
The U.S. Air Force says airmen from Davis-Monthan Air Force Base parachuted into the Pacific Ocean on July 10.
Marine Corps News
Remains of 22 Troops Killed 76 Years Ago in Battle of Tarawa Return to US
The Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency transferred the remains from Tarawa in 22 cases.
US Marine Corps Asks Duncan Hunter to Stop Using Marine Symbols for Campaign
The service apparently wrote Hunter a letter asking him to immediately stop using the USMC Eagle, Globe and Anchor emblem.
Marines' New Top Officer Wants to Give New Moms a Full Year Off
The commandant's plan would drastically expand the service's maternity leave benefits.
Coast Guard News
Here's How the US Coast Guard Helped Put El Chapo Away for Life
Drug interdictions by the service played a role in convicting the kingpin.
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.
Coast Guard Cutter Holds Line on China During Rare Pacific Deployment
Bertholf returned July 2 from the Coast Guard's first full-length deployment to the Western Pacific in seven years.