The US Navy has released new details about its COVID-19 vaccine mandate.
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A Marine who was found guilty after posting a series of videos on social media criticizing top military leaders' handling of the US withdrawal from Afghanistan received a sentence of one month forfeiture of $5,000 in pay and a direction to receive a letter of reprimand from a military judge on Friday.
Airline passengers are bringing guns to the airport in numbers never seen before, and it is a "huge problem," the Transportation Security Administration chief told CNN.
Two suspects were arrested after shots were fired at a business in Saginaw, injuring one person.
Missing Fort Hood solider, Pfc. Jennifer Sewell, has been found safe, officials said in a press release.
Following a year-long operation by undercover FBI agents, a Maryland couple has been arrested and charged with attempting to sell US nuclear secrets to another country in exchange for cryptocurrency.
A man suspected of shooting five people and killing two, including a state trooper, is now in custody, Louisiana authorities said in a news conference.
There were no injuries in an officer involved shooting on Sunday involving Hampton Township Department of Public Safety officers and a suspect who shot at them during a traffic stop according to the Michigan State Police.
Martin J. Sherwin, a leading scholar of atomic weapons who in “A World Destroyed” challenged support for the U.S. bombing of Japan and spent more than two decades researching the pioneering physicist J. Robert Oppenheimer for the Pulitzer Prize-winning “American Prometheus,” has died.
Raymond T. Odierno, a retired Army general who commanded American and coalition forces in Iraq at the height of the war and capped a 39-year career by serving as the Army's chief of staff, has died, his family said Saturday. He was 67.