Retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens died Tuesday at age 99. Stevens grew up in Chicago, served in the Navy and as a law clerk and worked in private practice before becoming a federal appeals judge in 1970. Five…
Officials said Adm. William Moran recently took public affairs counsel from a former public affairs adviser who was removed from his position for drinking and fraternizing with junior officers.
By Robert Burns, Associated Press
President Trump has been yearning for a large-scale military display since he took office. With this year’s Fourth of July celebration, which includes tanks, fighter jets and the Blue Angels, he gets his wish -- but not without criticism. The…
The Navy has named the first female leader of the U.S. Naval War College after removing the college president who is under investigation.
By Associated Press
By Jennifer McDermott, Associated Press
It reverses a policy that long forbade women from letting their hair down.
By A.C. Thompson and T. Christian Miller, ProPublica
The Air Force and the military’s other armed services have known for years there were widespread problems with their reporting procedures.
By PBS NewsHour
In our news wrap Wednesday, House Republicans are scrambling to finalize a plan to cut taxes after delaying the release of the bill to buy an extra day of negotiations. President Trump said he would be standing beside them when…
By Josh Lederman and Michael Weissenstein, Associated Press
The Associated Press has obtained a recording of what some U.S. Embassy workers heard in Havana in a series of unnerving incidents later deemed to be deliberate attacks.
Two U.S. Navy ships, previously tasked with patrolling the Pacific are now out of commission. What does this mean for our missile defense capability?…
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