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A former Navy Seabee explains how the service gave him the tools to form a non-profit.
The public will be able to walk up to the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and lay flowers for the first time in nearly 100 years.
Lance Cpl. Jonothan Barnette was struck in the chest by a bullet early in October, according to his family.
ABC News launches the trailer for its upcoming investigation into the deaths of four soldiers in a 2017 ambush in Niger.
Two defendants have been charged via criminal complaint for their roles in separate frauds related to Covid-19 Vaccination Record Cards, announced Acting United States Attorney Saima S. Mohsin.
Troops take DoD to court to get out of vaccine requirement, which they call illegal and unconstitutional.
A new Rand report lays out possible threats facing the U.S. from Russia and China.
The race had never been canceled in its 46-year history before the COVID-19 pandemic upended large gatherings.
An investigation looked into two VA facilities that didn't provide adequate mental health care.
An OIG report has found the VHA is overspending on prosthetics.