Army Vet, Towering Broadway Director and Producer Hal Prince Dead at 91
Hal Prince served in the Army during the Korean war and kept his dog-tags on his office desk throughout his Broadway career.
50 Years Ago, CBS Fired The Smothers Brothers for Protesting the Vietnam War
CBS abruptly yanked "The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour" in 1969 because of their persistent and humorous opposition to the Vi...
Bruce Springsteen, Seth Meyers Headline Veterans Fundraiser
Stand Up for Heroes is co-presented by the Bob Woodruff Foundation and the New York Comedy Festival.
Hulu Asks: 'Time to Examine How 9/11 Happened?'
Not too long ago, actor Peter Sarsgaard felt he had to have a difficult conversation with his oldest daughter about 9/11.
Jerry Van Dyke, 'Coach' Star and Air Force Veteran, Dies at 86
He served during the Korean War and spent much of that time entertaining colleagues at military shows with jokes and banjo pl...
A Blind Veteran Defends His Home in Thrilling 'Don't Breathe'
Three young thieves think a blind veteran (Stephen Lang) makes an easy burglary target. They're incredibly wrong.
Updated Dinosaurs Stalk America in Arena Show
"Walking with Dinosaurs, the Arena Spectacular" has returned with 20 updated lifelike dinosaurs and three new babies.
20th Century Fox to Create Musicals From Films
Get ready for more stage versions of your favorite movies - Fox has formed a new venture to turn the studio's vast arsenal o...
A Grammy Maybe? Carly Rae Jepsen Heads for Gold
"Call Me Maybe" became the soundtrack for endless viral online fun last year: U.S. infantry soldiers lip-synched to it in Afg...
Playwright Jon Kern Looks at Terrorism, and Laughs
How does a young playwright from New York who volunteered at ground zero in the days after 9/11 deal with the topic of Muslim...
No Doubt Ready to Rock Again After Making Babies
When the members of No Doubt got together again to make new music, something unexpected came with them: a bit of doubt.
Jimmy Carter Hopes the Play 'Camp David' Comes to Broadway
The 39th president hopes Lawrence Wright's play can remind New York audiences about the bravery that went into the landmark E...
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Marines Use Armored Vehicle to Defend Navy Ship from Small Boats off Iranian Coast
Members of the 11th Marine Expeditionary Unit were photographed this week with a Light Armored Vehicle on the flight deck.
Indiana National Guard IDs Soldier Killed in Training Incident
Staff Sgt. Andrew Michael St. John, 29, of Greenwood, Indiana served in the infantry with Company B, 1st Battalion, 151st Inf...
Marines Declare Joint Light Tactical Vehicle Ready for the Front Lines
The Marine Corps will begin fielding new Joint Light Tactical Vehicles to Marine expeditionary units next month.
Head of Army Installation Management Command Relieved
The U.S. Army announced that the general in charge of all of the service's installations has been relieved of command.
Blue Angels Jets Made Contact Midair During Tight Diamond 360 Maneuver
Jets Nos. 1 and 3 made contact Wednesday while training at their home base at Naval Air Station Pensacola, Florida.
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Army Reservist Reportedly Falls to His Death in Saudi Arabia
The incident is under investigation.
Lieutenant Accused of Taking Armored Vehicle on Joyride Found Not Guilty by Reason of Insanity
The soldier was accused of taking an armored personnel carrier on a slow-speed police chase through Virginia.
Man Gets First Haircut in 15 Years in Order to Enlist in Army
Reynaldo Arroyo, 23, who enlisted as an infantryman, donated his hair to Locks of Love.
US Southern Command Head Focused on 'Day After' in Venezuela
Navy Adm. Craig Faller warned Monday against Venezuela's "formidable weapon system."
Shipbuilder Dies in Possible Fall from Aircraft Carrier, Company Says
The George Washington has been undergoing a midlife refueling and overhaul at the shipyard.
Naval Academy Professor Returns, But Not to Class
As a civilian tenured English professor, Fleming believes he has made important contributions to the U.S. Naval Academy.
Air Force News
US Conducts 1st Ground-Launched Cruise Missile Test After INF Treaty Pullout
The Pentagon says it has successfully tested a new ground-launched cruise missile.
'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.
Marine Corps News
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."
Marine Faces Military Hearing over Firearms Allegations
A preliminary military court hearing at Marine Corps Base Hawaii is scheduled for Wednesday.
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.