U.S. Forces Korea is implementing a "directed self-quarantine" for all service members who have visited China since Jan. 19.
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Officials at Minot are investigating "reports of suspected illegal drugs at an above-ground facility."
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The Air Force is investigating an incident that saw rockets with white phosphorus warheads spill onto a Tucson roadway.
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Mattis emphasized diplomacy and cooperation as critical to beating back the tide of radical terrorism around the world.
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The Congressional Budget Office published options for reducing the imbalance, including three suggestions on Tricare.
A pair of Navy ships have for the first time nabbed a new kind of Iranian surface-to-air missiles.
The Russian vehicle almost hits a civilian bystander who had been walking along the shoulder.
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The sentence will be concurrent to a 10-year term he was already given by a military tribunal.
The GBI announced there was "probable cause" to charge the Army sergeant in the death of Anitra Gunn.
Sikorsky-Boeing officials said the new aircraft design will be capable of flying at speeds of more than 200 knots.
Lyuyou Liao now faces up to one year in prison for the misdemeanor crime.
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Lt. Col. Christopher Robinson and Chief Master Sgt. Justin Crockett were removed from their positions.
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Coast Guard Lt. Cmdr. Matt Waller explained the plans to remove the vessel with nearly 4,200 cars inside.
A pair of Coasties credited with saving lives were promoted by the Coast Guard's top officer as he announced new programs.
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