The remains of a former journalist who enlisted during World War II and disappeared during an amphibious assault on the Pacific island of Saipan are making their way to the U.S.
A U.S. Border Patrol supervisor charged in the killings of four women knew the victims, authorities say. Some fear more deaths at the hands of the agent remained undiscovered.
An updated order emphasizes that participating in white supremacist groups is prohibited and calls on service members to report those who violate the policy.
The latest military action has chilling similarities to the war of aggression launched against Iraq in 2003 under false pretenses.
Brig. Gen. Kurt Stein, who has been suspended, allegedly made the remark at a meeting attended by hundreds.
The president used an event honoring Native American veterans to take a shot at Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren and drew swift criticism.
Gunnery Sgt. Joseph Felix is convicted of choking, punching or otherwise tormenting recruits, especially three Muslims—one of whom ultimately killed himself.
During a visit to South Korea, the U.S. secretary of defense said "we are doing everything we can" to avoid war with North Korea.
Online nude-photo scandal underscores a pigheaded cluelessness about women in the ranks.