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— Over two weeks, the Pentagon has suffered a string of embarrassments in its effort to show progress in curbing sexual assault within the ranks. A Defense Department anonymous survey estimated a 35 percent increase in sexual assault and related...
KABUL, Afghanistan -- A suicide bomb blast killed a top leader of a northern Afghan province and at least 12 other people Monday, the latest in a step-up of attacks by Taliban insurgents ahead of Washington’s planned troop withdrawal at the end of...
Tags: Emergency Incidents, Afghanistan, NATO, Armed Conflicts, Taliban
Associated PressISLAMABAD (AP) — Pakistan has taken a number of steps to prevent fertilizers made within its borders for agriculture from being used as explosives in roadside bombs that target American troops in Afghanistan, said a top U.S. military officer Monday....
In the early days of the nation's space program, when American astronauts were first launched into space from the scrublands of Cape Canaveral, Thomas Harvey was there to see it firsthand. As an aerospace engineer for Martin Marietta Corp., Harvey was...
No lie was too big to tell for an Orlando woman who wanted a new home in Pensacola, but didn't want to pay the mortgage for her Orlando home, federal officials said. Chantal M. Lanton, 37, of Orlando is accused of falsely claiming to be an officer in the...
Daily American Staff WriterSimon Knapp, an 18-year-old senior at Shade-Central City High School, has his sights set on a career as a U.S. Army officer. Growing up in a military family, the Hooversville teen said he is drawn to the pursuit of excellence at the U.S. military academy...
Tags: U.S. Army, West Point
When it comes to American history, the Civil War remains a topic that's charged with emotion. So it's disappointing that there's not more passion at the heart of "Ses•qui•cen•ten•ni•al – The Civil War Remembered," a one-...
One of the last things Punkin Miller wanted to do as manager of the MetLife Orioles in the Blue Mountain League was get a scoreboard dedicated at his team's Curt Simmons Field at Egypt Memorial Park. On Sunday afternoon, that scoreboard was dedicated,...
This post has been corrected. See note below for details.Another day, another military sexual assault scandal. On Tuesday, a week after the Air Force announced its chief of sexual assault prevention had been arrested in Arlington, Va., on suspicion of drunkenly assaulting a woman in a parking lot, the Army...
Associated PressWASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama said Thursday that the U.S. and Turkey will keep ramping up pressure to oust Syrian President Bashar Assad from power, but there's "no magic formula" to stop his violence. At a news conference with Turkish...
This post has been updated. See the note below for details.WASHINGTON--President Obama on Thursday ruled out any unilateral U.S action in response to the alleged Syrian use of chemical weapons, further reducing the chance of any forceful response to the crossing of what Obama had described as a “red line.&...
WASHINGTON -- The U.S. Treasury Department announced new sanctions against the Syrian government Thursday, blacklisting four senior officials, a private television station that it said had colluded with Syrian authorities and an airline it accused of...
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