The Army and Air Force have punished U.S. servicemembers who were sent home from Vice President Mike Pence's trip to Panama last year after bringing foreign women into a secure area without registering them, but will not court-martial them, U.S. military officials said.
Maj. Gen. Paul A. Fratarangelo died Aug. 24, 2017 at his home in Florida, according to his obituary. He served 33 years as a Marine officer and his final active duty assignment was as commander of the Marine Corps Air Bases, Western Area.
The Trump administration is drawing up plans to keep hundreds of national parks and monuments open to the public if the government shuts down this weekend, a precedent-setting change aimed at blunting anger over the disruption of federal services.
A federal judge barred until Tuesday the transfer by U.S. authorities of an American held four months without charges in Iraq to another country, while she decides whether to permanently ban his transfer while he challenges his detention in court.
Airwars, which investigates civilian casualty allegations using social media and other information, said that between 3,923 and 6,102 noncombatants were "likely killed" in air and artillery strikes by the U.S. and its partners in 2017. The estimate for Iraq and Syria was more than triple that of the year before, Airwars said.
Romance novelist and screenwriter Nicholas Sparks cornered the market on a subgenre he essentially invented - exceedingly pleasant, Southern-set epic romances (between young, attractive, white, Christian, heterosexual couples). But this is a genre that overwhelmingly appeals to a female movie-going audience, so it’s about time female creators have been given a place behind the camera to shape the voice and perspective of these stories. Writer/director Bethany Ashton Wolf has adapted Heidi McLaughlin’s novel in “Forever My Girl,” a tale of love lost and found.
Secretary-General Antonio Guterres opened Thursday's meeting warning that the threat from weapons of mass destruction "seems to be gathering force" and urged expanded diplomatic efforts to tackle what he called the greatest security challenge in the world today — North Korea.
A man suspected of killing three people while fighting in Bosnia's war in the 1990s lied to get into the U.S. as a refugee and quietly operated a trucking company in northern Iowa, federal authorities said.
The test, the fifth of the Agni-5 intercontinental ballistic missile, was made from a mobile launcher. India has been developing its nuclear and missile systems in recent years amid increasing strategic competition with China.
A body has been recovered from the waters off Andros Island where a small plane with six people on board is believed to have crashed. A debris field and a body were spotted in rough seas by a U.S. Coast Guard helicopter crew the night before.
Steve Kofron said when he and his 11 comrades in the Army’s 5th Special Forces group heard about the post-9/11 mission to bring down the Taliban, they did not just volunteer for it — they fought to be able to go.
It is probably the most famous piece of medieval embroidery in the world, a ribbon of scrolling tapestry 70 yards long that tells in pictures the story of the Norman Conquest of England in 1066, an epic tale of gore, glory and God. The priceless treasure hasn't left France in almost 1,000 years.