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Organizers of the Kansas City Air Show say the event will return to the skies in a little more than a year.
Two men extradited from Britain last year are expected to change their pleas on charges they supported terrorists in Afghanistan and Chechnya by operating websites to raise cash, recruit fighters and solicit items such as gas masks.
The 40th day of captivity for U.S. Army veteran Merrill Newman brought little hope for family and friends seeking his release from custody in North Korea.
Despite what opponents thought would happen, the repeal two years ago of "Don't Ask Don't Tell," the law that kept gay men and lesbians from openly serving in the military, has not resulted in HIV infection increasing.
In all, USCG crews discovered 201 bundles of marijuana aboard a suspected smuggling vessel.
The Supreme Court seems likely to reinstate the trespassing conviction of a man who was caught protesting military activities in a zone designated for demonstrators outside the main gate at a California air force base.
For years, many celebrities in the U.S. and elsewhere have been open about being gay.
A few weeks after Bryce Reed proclaimed he would personally protect a Texas town devastated by a deadly fertilizer plant explosion, he was arrested by federal agents who said he collected materials to make a pipe... A former paramedic in the tiny Texas town where a fertilizer plant explosion killed 15 people was sentenced to 21 months in prison ... (more)
The Florida family of a woman slain during the mass shooting at the Washington Navy Yard is the first to file a lawsuit against the government and defense contractors, alleging that officials ignored red flags about the killer's deteriorating mental health.
Nigeria's military is recommending immediate trial for 500 suspected extremist militants and the president is promising an economic boost for the northeast region confronting an Islamic uprising.
About 300 Christmas trees will be given to members of the military free of charge at a Virginia Beach base.
The Navy is providing free phone cards to sailors and Marines aboard its ships that are deployed away from their home ports this holiday season.
Scientists plumbing the Pacific Ocean off the Hawaii coast have discovered a World War Two era Japanese submarine, a technological marvel that had been preparing to attack the Panama Canal before being scuttled by U.S. forces.
A new communications satellite that has both public and government applications has been launched into space aboard a private rocket.
A U.S. military website showing Santa Claus delivering his presents while guarded by warplanes has some children's advocates worried.
"In some ways, you might say he kind of faded away, since he never came back. He was off like he always ways on deployment," he said.