A comprehensive bill on veterans affairs awaiting President Barack Obama's signature includes provisions that would expand restrictions on protests at military funerals such as those carried out by Westboro Baptist Church of Kansas.
President Obama met with his top officials in Afghanistan on Monday to reiterate what is needed for the success of the troop surge he ordered, while the Pentagon announced the first U.S. forces in the surge will deploy later this month.
The Marine accused of killing Lance Cpl. Maria Lauterbach, who was more than eight months pregnant, was not the father of her unborn child, a law enforcement source close to the murder investigation said Saturday.
The Pentagon will release hundreds of photographs showing alleged abuse of prisoners in detention in Iraq and Afghanistan between 2001 and 2006, Pentagon officials said Friday, but they said the photos did not show a systemic problem.
A U.S. Marine unit that had been fighting insurgents in a volatile region of southern Afghanistan has turned over control of the area to Afghan and British forces, NATO's International Security Assistance Force said Monday.
A woman who once worked with fugitive Marine Cpl. Cesar Laurean and the pregnant Marine he allegedly killed said Wednesday that Laurean has "MacGyver" skills and training that could enable him to adapt to life on the run.
A pregnant Marine who disappeared in December told victims' advocates at Camp Lejeune that she didn't feel unsafe being around another Marine now wanted in her death, Marine Corps officials said Tuesday.
The ATM card of slain Marine Maria Lauterbach was found in a Durham, North Carolina, bus station over the weekend and the truck of the Marine suspected of killing her was reported in the area, police said Monday.
Three senior U.S. Marine Corps officers have been sanctioned in connection with the killings of 24 civilians in Haditha, Iraq, but it was determined they didn't commit any crimes, the Marine Corps said Wednesday.
What does go through a man's mind when the cage door closes behind him and he prepares to fight another man? If you are First Lieutenant Brian Stann, maybe you think about Operation Matador and about that bridge in Iraq. The one near Karabilah that you and your Marines were charged with securing, so that insurgents could not flee north.
I talked quietly with an 8-year-old boy at his home in Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. His father -- a lieutenant colonel in the United States Marine Corps -- suffered severe brain injuries while on duty in Iraq and had been back home recovering for more than a year.
A U.S. Marine who disappeared in Iraq -- and then showed up in a purported hostage video before later appearing as a free man in Lebanon -- has been charged with desertion, Pentagon officials said Thursday.
Military investigators have re-opened the case of U.S. Marine Corps Cpl. Wassef Hassoun after several personal items -- including his military ID and civilian passport -- were found in Falluja, the city where he disappeared in June.
Cpl. Wassef Ali Hassoun, the U.S. Marine translator who was held hostage in Iraq by anticoalition militants, arrived in Utah on Saturday night on a leave meant to help him ease back into full-duty status.