Iraqi police say 33 people, including 20 or more women, were gunned down in apartment buildings in eastern Baghdad.
The Justice Department says its case against a man accused in the 2012 attacks on a U.S. diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya, is unusually complex and involves “novel questions of fact and law.”
U.S. law enforcement at all levels has undergone a dangerous militarization in recent years the American Civil Liberties Union says in a new report.
The Air Force has announced the firing of nine midlevel nuclear missile commanders and the disciplining of dozens of junior officers involved in cheating on ICBM proficiency exams.
Women in America’s armed services will have new options for what units they can join in coming years, the Pentagon says.
Nearly ten years since the United States invaded Iraq, researchers at Brown University are assessing the cost of the war.
A decade and $60 billion later what does the U.S. have to show for the reconstruction efforts in Iraq?
– Tuesday at 5:00 pm – President Obama will deliver his State of the Union Address to Congress LIVE on 360 North in this PBS Newshour Special Report.
Former Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown will not seek the Republican nomination for Senate in a special election to replace Sen. John Kerry, the Democrat who on Friday becomes secretary of state. The decision leaves Republicans scrambling to find a competitive candidate in the deep blue state.» E-Mail This » Add to Del.icio.us
President Obama said during Monday night’s debate that the U.S. Army has fewer horses and bayonets than in the past. That’s true, although Army Special Forces were on horseback in Afghanistan when they helped defeat the Taliban in 2001. The last bayonet charge was during the Korean War in 1951.» E-Mail This » Add to Del.icio.us