Spc. Vanessa Guillén’s disappearance and the subsequent search for her, underscored by her family’s allegations she faced sexual harassment from superiors, created waves in Latino media and rage within the Guillén family.

Army, Navy, Air Force and Marine Corps veterans see their own experiences reflected in the story of 1st Platoon.

Russia is once again threatening to become a factor in a Trump bid for the White House amid reports that Moscow paid militants to target U.S. troops in Afghanistan.

A state court judge tossed the indictment last year on double jeopardy grounds.

Renewed focus on an April 2019 attack in Afghanistan deepens pain of families and friends of slain Americans.

Maxwell was arrested in New Hampshire on federal charges stemming from New York prosecutors’ investigation of the disgraced financier.

The mandatory sanctions now head to President Trump’s desk for his signature, as Beijing imposes a new security law to crack down on political dissidents in Hong Kong.

Senator calls for White House to withdraw nomination after discovery of a 1994 court filing.

President Trump does not believe the reports are true or “actionable,” so he sees no reason to retaliate against Moscow.

The recent release in Ukraine of audio clips of Joe Biden suggests a new push by foreign forces to sway U.S. voters ahead of the 2020 election, one welcomed by President Trump’s personal lawyer.

Army Pfc. Vanessa Guillén was last seen on April 22.

Prosecutors had argued that the pair were too dangerous to be released at all and that they could not be trusted to refrain from potentially deadly conduct.

House Democrats say Trump should have been briefed on potentially important information even if it wasn’t fully verified.

During U.N. Security Council meeting, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo called Iran a “terrorist regime.” Iran’s foreign minister, Mohammad Javad Zarif, referred to the United States as an “outlaw bully.”

Since 2001, an estimated 8,000 military contractors have died on duty – 1,000 more than the toll among U.S. troops.

A group of 175 human rights and national security lawyers say the penalties are “wrong in principle” and “contrary to American values.”

The Senate is aiming to vote on its version of the annual defense bill by the end of the week.

The issue has generated disagreement within the Trump administration about how to confront Moscow.

Intelligence suggests a Russian military spy unit offered bounties to Taliban-linked militants to attack NATO forces.

The move escalates the federal government’s response to the violence that has sometimes erupted at nationwide protests over police brutality.

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