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1 hr ago | Star-Telegram.com
Edward Snowden's temporary asylum status in Russia will expire at midnight Thursday, but the former U.S. National Security Agency systems administrator appears set to stay on until authorities decide on his application for an extension.
4 hrs ago | Bellingham Herald
In this photo taken on Saturday, July 26, 2014, Liberia President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, right, demonstrates to people how to wash their hands properly in order to prevent the spread of the Ebola virus, during Independence Day celebrations in the city of Monrovia, Liberia.
4 hrs ago | Russia Taday
The US Army is building deadlier, more efficient, and less costly warheads using 3D-printing technology, according to new reports.
6 hrs ago | Hispanic Business
Additive manufacturing, more commonly known as 3-D printing, is inherently creative.
This undated photo provided by the U.S. Army shows a test pond at Aberdeen Proving Ground in Aberdeen, Md.
Eugene Ely pilots the first flight off a ship just off Old Point Comfort in Hampton Roads on Nov. 14, 1910.
Documentary filmmaker Daniel Krauss was reading a story in 2011 about U.S. soldiers in Afghanistan accused of killing unarmed civilians for sport the previous year, when it dawned on him that the news accounts were missing a key question.
A blood test can determine discrepancies in the levels of a gene that increases a person's risk of suicide.
U.S Army personnel prepare to load onto C-130 Hercules planes during a mass tactical exercise at Ramstein Air Base, Germany on March 14, 2002.
A bitterly divided House panel has voted to condemn President Barack Obama for the May swap of five Taliban leaders for US Army Sgt Bowe Bergdahl, who was held prisoner in Afghanistan for five years.
Freed U.S. prisoner-of-war Bowe Bergdahl is expected to submit to questioning next week by the U.S. Army general probing the circumstances that led to the his 2009 capture by the Taliban, Bergdahl's attorney said on Tuesday.
No longer needed by the military, but far from unusable in the private sector, the U.S. Army is auctioning off a landing craft to the public -- starting bid is $25.
A statement from the Army post said 23-year-old Spec. Fernando Rodriguez of Brownsville, Texas, was attempting to cross Morganton Road when he was hit.
ALARMISM AT THE ATLANTIC: The U.S. Army plans to select a new standard-issue handgun.
Army spokeswoman Kara Motosicky says Tuesday is the last day to sign up for the tours, which are being held on Thursday, Aug. 7. Maj.
The U.S. Army is researching the ability to 3-D print warheads that are more lethal but less expensive than traditionally manufactured weapons.
Updated: Thu Jul 31, 2014 11:59 am
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