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The Department of Veterans Affairs' accounting shows a heavy financial and emotional cost that affects several generations of veterans and lasts long after a victim leaves the service.
The DC Bowl Committee and Events DC announced Monday that this year's game will be moved from RFK Stadium in Washington to the venue that is home to the U.S. Naval Academy Midshipmen.
The Monday report by state TV quotes Defense Minister Gen. Ahmad Vahidi as saying the new system is capable of operating at night.
Lt. David Lloyd, a spokesman for the Naval Special Warfare Group Two in Virginia Beach, Va., said the six sailors were riding in a Humvee as part of a convoy on the post when the accident occurred Wednesday night about 9:30 p.m. EDT.
Lt. Col. Darin Haas was charged with stalking and violating a protection order against his ex-wife.
The American Legion is taking a new look at the quality of health care provided at the Department of Veterans Affairs clinic in Fort Wayne where inpatient care was suspended last year.
A suicide car bomber attacked a NATO convoy in the Afghan capital on Thursday, killing two troops and four civilian contractors, the international military coalition confirmed.
John Flannery says memorial to Confederate dead is a symbol of racism that has no place in front a courthouse that is supposed to be color-blind.
The Department of Veterans Affairs says more than 10,000 workers who handle disability claims will be required to work at least 20 hours of overtime each month
The Capital Challenge is an annual race that benefits the Wounded Warrior Project.
A court martial for Brig. Gen. Jeffrey Sinclair is set to begin June 25 on charges that include forcible sodomy, indecent acts, violating orders and adultery.
A sergeant in charge of sexual assault prevention at Ft. Hood is under investigation for sexual assault, the Pentagon announced Tuesday night.
Four years ago, a non-profit organization was established to help save lives of those suffering from PTSD and shelter pets in need of a permanent home.
The top Democrat on a House panel says the authors of the independent investigation into the deadly assault in Benghazi, Libya, should testify at a hearing, not in a private deposition.
Afghan officials say a roadside bomb has hit a bus and killed 10 civilians, mostly women and children, in the south of the country.
Prince Harry helped lay a wreath at Section 60, where service members killed in Iraq and Afghanistan are buried.
Scholars have long questioned whether it was an infection or pneumonia that killed Jackson
A trail date has been set for Lt. Col. Jeffrey Krusinski, charged with sexual battery.
A bipartisan group of lawmakers aiming to combat sexual assault in the military says the White House is fully supportive of its efforts.
Three Marine Corps officers at North Carolina's Camp Lejeune have been relieved of their command nearly two months after a training accident that killed seven Marines in Nevada.
A New Jersey Army major and his wife have pleaded not guilty to abusing their foster children.
Atropine dispensed at Walter Reed could have killed Virginia woman.
One worker died but the second worker was trapped for about four hours before he was freed and flown to a hospital.
Two suspects have been arrested in connection to the murder of 23-year-old Michael Nolan Brown.
Police called to investigate a burglary in Gaithersburg have discovered the scene of a gruesome homicide.
Fla. Teen Charged Over Underage Same-Sex Relationship
While Metro is working on the tracks this weekend, their lawyers may be working on putting one light-hearted critic on blast.
Mayor Bill Euille knew victim Julian Dawkins, shot by an Arlington Sheriff's Deputy, says he's confident police are doing their job investigating the homicide.
The accident occurred at the intersection of 23rd Street and Constitution Avenue NW.
One local woman's push to get certain vehicles off the road.
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