A U.S. Navy veteran is suing the VA hospital that he said misdiagnosed his stomach pains as cocaine addiction.
Chief Warrant Officer 4 Brian Ware pleaded guilty to ethics violations during a court-martial at Naval Station Norfolk.
His departure sets the stage for current Minnesota Lt. Gov. Tina Smith to be sworn in on Wednesday to take over his seat.
After more than three weeks under a restrictive policy, U.S. troops in Japan are getting some privileges restored.
A Navy seaman assigned to the carrier USS Bush has been disciplined after officials determined he staged the vandalism.
When the Lincoln spirit spot was published Monday, some commenters were quick to draw a connection.
The services are failing to turn over fingerprints to the FBI to stop those convicted at court-martial from buying guns.
The latest revelation has prompted the Air Force to take corrective actions in what will be a months-long review process.
The former commander of the Marines' Wounded Warrior Regiment who spent two months in the brig last year is behind bars again...
A new government watchdog found that the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs facility in Denver kept improper wait lists.