John Feinblatt of Everytown: When militia members and white supremacists descended on Charlottesville, Va., last Saturday with Nazi flags and racist placards, many of them also carried firearms openly, including semiautomatic weapons. Show More Summary
The U.S. Navy has fired the commanding officer, executive officer and command master chief from the USS Fitzgerald.
The Navy has posthumously promoted the seven USS Fitzgerald sailors who perished in a June 17 collision with a merchant ship.
Strykers upgunned with.30mm turret cannons and Javelin missiles are headed to Europe to guard against the Russian threat.
Officials are discussing whether to remove memorials and rename public spaces dedicated to Confederate leaders.
An Army appeals court has affirmed the prison sentence of a former officer serving 19 years for the murders of two Afghans.
Searchers spent Wednesday retrieving wreckage from an Army helicopter that went missing the night before.
A San Diego Navy sailor and his girlfriend were arrested on suspicion of child abuse and torture, authorities said.
1st Lt. Brett Burnside and five other F-35A pilots graduated the eight-month "B-course" at Luke Air Force Base on Aug. 5.
David Frum: Charlottesville, however, marks a new era of even bolder assertion of the right to threaten violence for political purposes. Gun carriers at the so-called “Unite the Right” rally acted more like a paramilitary force than as individual demonstrators. They wore similar pseudo-military outfits, including body armor. They took tactical formations to surround the […]
Six American soldiers defected to North Korea after the Korean war. Most were unhappy in the Army; most had troubled pasts.
Army Gen. Mark Milley and U.S. Air Force Gen. David Goldfein on Wednesday joined other service leaders in releasing statements.
Updated 11:56 a.m. Eastern HONOLULU -- U.S. Coast Guard and military crews are searching the ocean off Hawaii for five crewmembers of an Army helicopter that reportedly went down during a trainin...
One of the nation's largest military shipyards is paying $9.2 million back to the federal government.
A U.S. Navy commander has pleaded guilty to conspiracy for his role in a fraud and bribery scheme.
Roy Cooper has called for the removal of Confederate monuments on North Carolina state property. North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper says Confederate monuments “should come down” and wants the legislature to repeal a law preventing state and local governments from removing them permanently and limiting their relocation. In a message posted Tuesday on the website […]
Codrea, concerning McMaster’s calling the car violence “terrorism.” McMaster… isn’t that the guy who says “the Islamic State is not Islamic“…? Yes it is, and he is also the one who is said to oppose everything the president wants to do. And the one whose advisers are running a smear campaign to save his job. […]
Mattis is known for having delivered some controversial quotes in the past, and he uttered yet another during a speech last week.
The destroyer, which was involved in a June 17 collision, will be towed stateside between mid-September and the end of October.
After 41 years of service and 16 different Air Force aircraft maintained, now-Tech. Sgt. Wegeman said goodbye to the Blue.