U.N. nuclear conference collapses over WMD-free zone in the Middle East

Nations fail to reach consensus on strengthening the world’s foremost arms-control treaty.

I’m a veteran and I hate ‘Happy Memorial Day.’ Here’s why.

It's not Veteran's Day. It's not military appreciation day. Don’t thank me for my service. Please don’t thank me for my service.

In Arlington’s ‘Old Guard,’ one soldier’s personal connection to valor and tragedy

Army Lt. Col. Michael B. Baka led an infantry company through combat in Iraq -- and nominated one of his fallen soldiers for the Medal of Honor.

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Progress but no agreement in U.S.-Cuba talks on diplomatic relations

Negotiators continue to discuss the re-opening of embassies in Havana and Washington.

State Dept. releases Clinton e-mails on Libya and Benghazi attacks

The trove includes nearly 900 pages of e-mails that have been turned over to a select House committee.

Inspector General finds Justice Dept. slow to create privacy rules

The department took seven years to adopt rules that would have protected the privacy of Americans.

U.S. military confirms two civilian casualties in war against Islamic State

Meanwhile, the Pentagon is speeding up some deliveries of weapons to help Iraqi forces fight the militants.

After court-martial, this Marine cites religious freedom in her continued legal fight

Monifa Sterling refused to take down passages reading: 'No weapon formed against me shall prosper.'

U.S. Navy releases video of South China Sea aerial surveillance

The video was taken in a P-8A Poseidon plane and released after the Chinese navy warned it to leave the area.

After the fall of Ramadi, the Obama administration weighs its options

The U.S. is expediting the shipment of weapons and helping Iraqi forces to regroup outside the city.

Months before U.S. raid, bin Laden considered leaving Pakistan compound

Newly disclosed letters from the al-Qaeda leader suggest he was deeply frustrated with his isolation in Abbottabad.

Satellite photos of Camp Leatherneck in Afghanistan, before and after U.S. withdrawal

The base, in Helmand province, once served the home to tens of thousands of U.S. troops, contractors and civilian employees.

U.S. military charge cards used at strip clubs and casinos thousands of times

The potentially inappropriate charges examined included 4,437 made in casinos and 900 made in adult entertainment venues, the IG found.

Fall of Ramadi raises new questions about U.S. strategy in Iraq

The retreat of security forces stunned an administration that said it was gaining against the Islamic State.

See document excerpts in the Army’s war-crimes case against a Green Beret war hero

The investigation closed last year without any criminal charges filed against Maj. Mathew L. Golsteyn.

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