Buffalo police, the fire department and bomb squad were dispatched, and later U.S. Air Force bomb specialists were called.
Spicer's decision appears linked to the appointment of a new White House communications director, Anthony Scaramucci.
The report, which cited two unnamed Navy officials, said investigators have found the crew committed "multiple errors,"
An Ohio veteran who sought to defy local law and keep pet ducks that he says help relieve his PTSD and depression can keep them.
Vietnam War pilot Dayne Smith climbed into the back seat of the Cobra AH-1F fighter helicopter in Illinois.
The families of three Green Berets slain in Jordan are pleased with the conviction of their sons' killer, but have more demands.
Brake failure caused a C-5M Super Galaxy cargo plane to be evacuated just before takeoff Thursday at Yokota Air Base.
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The Spokesman-Review: Kimber Wood was lying in bed almost asleep Monday morning, with the TV on low-volume in the background, a handgun lying on the pillow next to her, when a faint sound reached her ears. She heard the living room screen door swing open, hardly unfamiliar in a house where both cat and dog […]
The U.S. Army announced Thursday that 2,100 soldiers from the 10th Mountain Division will deploy to Iraq this fall.
Sen. John Braun's wife, Marlo Braun was sworn in by Lewis County District Court Judge Wade Samuelson on the Senate floor.
Senior U.S. Probation Officer Jason Bissette wants Scott locked up amid a growing list of possible probation violations.
Ignoring the science that informs us that gun confiscations don’t prevent suicide, Massachusetts lawmakers are flirting with more progressive dreams of utopia. BOSTON — Supporters of new gun laws and opponents clashed Tuesday over a bill that would allow guns to be temporarily seized from people deemed at high risk of hurting themselves or others. […]
Two women were in boot camp as candidates for the Navy's all-enlisted Special Warfare Combatant-Craft Crewman program.
The Trump administration is reportedly poised to nominate a former Gulf War veteran to become the next secretary of the Army.
A Air Force case dating to the Nixon administration may again spur debate over whether to restore a disgraced general's honor.
The woman shot dead by police after she shot her husband was a nuclear technician who loved working for the Navy, her aunt said.
Via WRSA, this from Reason. Speaking at a National District Attorneys Association conference in Minneapolis Monday, Sessions said state and local law enforcement could expect changes from U.S. Attorneys in several areas: increased prosecution...Show More Summary
The Sun: Home Secretary Amber Rudd will today propose to make possessing them illegal everywhere, whether in public or at home. A long list of dangerous weapons that glamorise violence will also be included in the total ban, putting them on the same legal footing as unlicensed firearms. They include sword sticks, butterfly knives and […]
A senior U.S. military leader says his bank account was targeted as part of a government data breach.