Afghanistan to Taliban: Peace or 'We Will Continue to Fight'
The government used its platform at the U.N. to tell the insurgents: "Join us in peace, or we will continue to fight."
US to Commemorate 9/11 as its Aftermath Extends and Evolves
Eighteen years after the deadliest terrorist attack on American soil, the nation is still grappling with the aftermath.
At 9/11 Memorial, New Recognition for a Longer-Term Toll
The granite slabs recognize an initially unseen toll of the 2001 terrorist attacks: responders who died or fell ill after exp...
US Marks 9/11 with Somber Tributes, New Monument to Victims
Americans are commemorating 9/11 with somber tributes, volunteer projects and a new monument to victims.
5 Killed in Helicopter Crash into New York City's East River
All five passengers aboard a helicopter that crashed into New York City's East River were confirmed dead Monday morning.
'Precursor to 9/11': Trade Center Bomb Echoes after 25 Years
The explosion killed six people, injured more than 1,000, and led to improvements credited with saving lives on Sept. 11.
UN Security Council to Meet on Iran Protests, at US Request
The U.N. Security Council is planning an emergency meeting about Iran on Friday.
US Commemorates 9/11; Thousands Expected at Ground Zero
Thousands of 9/11 victims' relatives, survivors, rescuers and others are expected to gather Monday at the World Trade Center.
Truck Attack Suspect Is Charged with Terrorism Offenses
Federal prosecutors brought terrorism charges against the Uzbek immigrant accused in the truck rampage in New York.
US Promises Up To $60M for Anti-Extremist Force in Africa
The U.S. pledged up to $60 million to help a 5,000-soldier African force get going on fighting extremists.
Marking 15 Years since 9/11, Ceremony Keeps Personal Focus
People will convene Sunday on the memorial plaza in New York City for a ceremony marking the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 att...
Vanished Flag from Famous 9/11 Photo Returns to Ground Zero
An American flag raised at ground zero on Sept. 11 in a defining moment of patriotic resolve took its place at the site Thurs...
How the American Unity Forged after Sept. 11 Broke Apart
For a time, it felt like the attack that shattered America had also brought it together.
Are We Overusing the Tribute of Flying Flag at Half-staff?
Nearly every day, somewhere in the country, the Stars and Stripes was lowered to half-staff last year in one of the most sign...
16 West Point Cadets in Raised-Fist Photo Won't Be Punished
The decision, days before they are due to graduate, found they didn't violate military rules limiting political activity.
Most Popular Military News
Military Service Claims of Army Nurse in Viral Push-Ups Video Called into Question
The 84-year-old self-described Army nurse cranking out push-ups in her crisp Vietnam-era uniform might not be who she said sh...
Missing West Point Cadet Found Dead After Multi-Day Search
Cadet Kade Kurita was reported missing when he failed to report for a scheduled military skills competition.
General: Fort Stewart Soldiers Died when Vehicle Fell from Bridge
The soldiers belonged to the 1st Armored Brigade of the Fort Stewart-based 3rd Infantry Division.
Having Penis Transplant Was 'One of the Best Decisions I Ever Made,' Navy Veteran Says
He had the surgery eight years after a bomb in Afghanistan blew off the lower half of his body.
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West Point Cadet Revealed His Suicide Plan on Snapchat
Cadet Kade Kurita posted a short note on Snapchat, indicating his plan to end his life, according to a U.S. Army official.
Don't Blame MREs for Your Gastrointestinal Discomfort, Army Scientists Say
The study set out to determine if it's the rations that cause the digestive issues service members associate with MREs.
New Army Protection Accessory Saves Soldier's Life
U.S. Army equipment officials said last week the service's new helmet system saved a soldier's life recently in Afghanistan.
SecNav Fires Back at Critics Over Problems with Newest Supercarrier
The Navy secretary is firing back at those criticizing a $13 billion carrier fraught with delays and equipment trouble.
Naval Academy Midshipmen Want to Revolutionize Artificial Intelligence
Midshipmen are creating artificial intelligence programs all set on solving problems from parking to cancer prediction.
Air Force News
Air Force Investigating Whether Airman Smoked Weed at a Missile Alert Facility for ICBMs
Officials at Minot are investigating "reports of suspected illegal drugs at an above-ground facility."
Air Force Begins Investing Billions in Adversary Air Training
The Air Force for years has looked for a helping hand to fill the enemy, "red air" gap.
Air Force Football Coach Refuses Questions on Players' Cocaine Charges
Air Force Academy football coach Troy Calhoun refused to answer questions about cocaine use by three of his players.
Marine Corps News
Marine Scout Sniper Managed To Sneak Up on His Enemy Naked Except for a Pair Of Boots
No clothes. No ghillie suit. The sniper went into the field with nothing but a painted face and a pair of boots.
Brush Fire Scorches More Than 80 Acres on Camp Pendleton
No structures were threatened by the fire, which erupted amid unseasonably hot late-afternoon temperatures.
Marine Killed in Vehicle Accident at Mountain Warfare Center
Pfc. Christian Bautista was pronounced dead at Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center, officials announced Monday.
Coast Guard News
Coast Guard Planning to Base Three Fast-Response Cutters on Guam, Commandant Says
The Coast Guard kept a cutter deployed in the western Pacific since January.
Charged with Killing His 'Best Bud,' Coast Guardsman Appears in Camp Pendleton Courtroom
Seaman Ethan W. Tucker was arrested Aug. 28 after a seven-month Coast Guard investigation into the January death.
Coast Guard Offloads $92 Million Worth of Smuggled Cocaine in San Diego
The Coast Guard offloaded more than 6,800 pounds of cocaine -- worth an estimated $92 million -- on Wednesday.