Veterans are getting a helping hand in developing their "personal brand" and hopefully raising their chances for employment.
A North Carolina teacher is scheduled to appear Friday in federal court after being accused in an alleged plot to behead witnesses who testified against a would-be terrorist.
Three men received sentences Friday ranging from 15 to 45 years for their roles in a homegrown terrorism ring based in North Carolina.
The Quantico Marine Corps brig will close at the end of the year if a recommendation announced Wednesday by the base commander is approved.
A suspicious object found Thursday near the reflecting pool at the U.S. Capitol was determined to be a sewer cleaning nozzle, police and the FBI said.
The FBI cryptically calls it "the most promising lead we have right now"
Tips continued to pour in Saturday in the disappearance of an 11-year-old New Hampshire girl, but so far none have led to the child, Assistant Attorney General Jane Young said.
After a Marine courted his costar, Mila Kunis, the actor's scored his own invite to the ball
A law enforcement official confirms members of the Westboro Baptist Church, known for its controversial practice of picketing military funerals, participated in training for law enforcement officials at Quantico Marine Base in Virginia.
It's mid-June, a perfect time to visit the beach to watch porpoises play in the surf or seagulls strut the sand -- or you could watch a formation of Marine Corps warplanes darting over the shore at hundreds of miles per hour.
In December 2010, CNN's Brian Todd reported on intelligence leak suspect Bradley Manning, as well as his background.
A friend and leading supporter of WikiLeaks suspect Bradley Manning said Wednesday he refused to testify before a grand jury, citing his Fifth Amendment rights against self-incrimination.
A North Carolina man could face up to 15 years in prison after pleading guilty to a federal terrorism conspiracy charge, according to prosecutors.
A woman wearing a T-shirt supporting WikiLeaks suspect Bradley Manning interrupted President Barack Obama at a California fundraiser Thursday by breaking into song.
President Obama goes to California to raise money for his re-election campaign. Kate Bolduan reports.
WikiLeaks suspect Bradley Manning is moving from Quantico Marine Base to the military prison at Fort Leavenworth.
U.S. Army Pfc. Bradley Manning, suspected of leaking classified information to the WikiLeaks website, is being moved to the Joint Regional Correctional Facility at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, defense officials said Tuesday.
It was sunny on Saturday in Washington, which was good news for Daniel Ellsberg. The most famous whistle-blower in American history was hoping to get arrested in the name of Bradley Manning.
More than 100 people were arrested in front of the White House Saturday after gathering for an antiwar protest on the eighth anniversary of the Iraq war.
Protesters -- some of them virtually naked on a breezy 50-degree March afternoon -- noisily demonstrated outside the State Department and marched to the White House Monday, calling for the release of WikiLeaks suspect Pfc. Bradley Manning.
Last month, Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano said the threat of terrorism to the United States is at its "most heightened" since the September 11, 2001, attacks -- a threat that she asserted has taken on a new and disquieting form because of the growing emphasis by Islamist terrorist groups on recruiting Americans.
Rep. Peter King (R-NY) tells CNN what law enforcement sources report to him about help from Muslim-American communities.
The U.S. Army Wednesday notified Pfc. Bradley Manning, a prime suspect in the WikiLeaks case, that he now faces 22 more charges in connection with allegedly downloading secret information from computers in Iraq.
A U.S. lawmaker said he requested Friday a visit with the Army soldier accused of leaking classified documents to the WikiLeaks website.
After more than six months in maximum confinement in the U.S. Marine Corps brig in Quantico, Virginia, the prime suspect in the WikiLeaks case "seems frazzled," says one of the few people to visit Army Pfc. Bradley Manning.
The Marines have changed the commander of the detention facility where WikiLeaks suspect Pfc. Bradley Manning is being held, days after his attorney filed a complaint claiming that Manning is being unfairly treated in detention.
CNN has retracted a story dealing with questions surrounding the treatment of Pfc. Bradley Manning at the Marine Corp Base Quantico in Virginia. Pentagon spokesman Col. David Lapan said Tuesday that there is no investigation into the decision last week to put Manning, who has been charged with leaking classified government documents to Wikileaks, on suicide watch.
A Quantico official says a U.S. Marine commander did not violate procedure when he placed Private Bradley Manning on "suicide watch" last week.
The prime suspect in the WikiLeaks case, Army Pfc. Bradley Manning, is being mistreated in detention, his lawyer asserts.
The Army private being held in solitary confinement for allegedly leaking a secret military video from the Iraq war to the WikiLeaks website received his first visitor in the past week, according to a Military District of Washington spokesman.
What CNN.com's Ashley Fantz learned about a soldier who may be linked to the largest intelligence leak in U.S. history.
The threat of publication of thousands of sensitive diplomatic cables by a muckraker website has prompted a massive review of documents at U.S. embassies around the world, a U.S. official says.
In October, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange discussed the release of 400,000 secret documents relating to the Iraq War.
The U.S. military has tried to close the security gaps that it believes allowed a low-level military intelligence analyst to steal hundreds of thousands of classified documents and ultimately give them to the WikiLeaks website.
The FBI says shots were fired overnight at the National Museum of the Marine Corps in Virginia.
Several shots have been fired at the National Museum of the Marine Corps building in Virginia, the FBI said Friday.
The Pentagon is increasing security for this weekend's Marine Corps Marathon and connected events after a recent spate of shootings at military-related buildings.
Supporters of Bradley Manning will rally in several cities Friday to urge the U.S. government to drop charges against the soldier accused of leaking an Iraq war video to the WikiLeaks website.
Why did a soldier allegedly leak military documents? The answer may be in his past. CNN's Chris Lawrence reports.
Lawyer for Pfc. Bradley Manning, charged with leaking information to WikiLeaks, warns against rush to judgment.
The attorney for Army Pfc. Bradley Manning, the accused WikiLeaks leaker, says he doesn't have any information indicating that Manning leaked tens of thousands of pages of documents on the Afghanistan war to the WikiLeaks website.
Activists rallied outside the Marine Corps base at Quantico, Virginia, Sunday to applaud the man military officials suspect leaked scores of military documents to the WikiLeaks website -- a 22-year-old Army private named Bradley Manning.
The leading suspect in the leaking of thousands of military documents to WikiLeaks had been disciplined at least twice in the previous three years but maintained his security clearance.
Two MIT students may be involved in the leaking of classified documents on WikiLeaks. CNN's Barbara Starr reports.
The Army private charged with leaking an airstrike video and downloading documents remained in solitary confinement Saturday.
A Nigerian man is "talking a lot" to the FBI, said a senior U.S. official, after what the United States believes was an attempted terrorist attack on an inbound international flight.
President Obama said Thursday that watching the arrival of 18 flag-draped cases containing bodies of Americans killed in Afghanistan was a "sobering reminder" of U.S. sacrifice as he prepares to decide on sending more troops there.
In the past week, U.S. officials have announced charges in five terrorism probes in five states. It is a confluence of cases unlike anything the country has seen since the September 11, 2001, attacks.
FBI agents arrest a Jordanian citizen allegedly plotting to blow up a Dallas skyscraper. Affiliate KTXA reports.
A North Carolina man accused of plotting to wage holy war overseas also planned to attack the U.S. Marine base at Quantico, Virginia, according to new charges announced Thursday.
DNA test results reveal that a Michigan man is not a Long Island, New York, boy who went missing 54 years ago, according to the FBI.
Remains found last week in a wooded area have been identified as belonging to missing Florida toddler Caylee Anthony, authorities said Friday.
Investigators said Friday that they think remains found near a home where Caylee Anthony lived with her grandparents are those of the missing toddler.
Marine motorcycle deaths over the last 12 months have topped the number killed in Iraq. CNN's Barbara Starr reports.
Motorcycle accidents have killed more Marines in the past 12 months than enemy fire in Iraq, a rate that's so alarming, it has prompted top brass to call a meeting to address the issue, officials say.
Capitol Police arrested a man Friday after an officer spotted a rifle in his car when he stopped the officer to ask for directions two blocks from the Capitol building.
The German-born man – real name Christopher Chichester – is also linked to a double-murder, authorities say
CNN's Kelli Arena takes you inside the FBI's state-of-the-art crime lab in Quantico, Virginia.
Behind closed doors, the scientists and agents of the FBI scrutinize fibers, poisons, explosives, DNA and just about any other shred of evidence that might help solve crimes.
A small but potentially fatal blast in Times Square snarls traffic and has eerie similarities to two previous unsolved attacks
Five McMansions were torched outside Seattle in what may have been eco-terrorism. But the locals aren't unhappy
On April 2, 2006, a white Lufthansa 747 with the designation "Hamburg" written on its side taxied up to a gate at Boston's Logan Airport. At 12:22 p.m., Jill Carroll stepped off the plane and onto U.S. soil.
The FBI and Aruban authorities plan to test strands of blond hair found on a piece of duct tape to see if it belongs to Natalee Holloway, a missing Alabama teenager, a law enforcement source told CNN.
Investigators said Sunday that DNA testing "positively identified" human remains found in Montana last week as those of missing 9-year-old Dylan Groene.
Investigators searching for a 9-year-old Idaho boy found what they believe are human remains at a location in western Montana, the Kootenai County sheriff said Monday.
Aruban Prime Minister Nelson Oduber stressed Sunday night that his government "is doing the utmost" to solve the disappearance of an Alabama teen.
Blood found at an Idaho home where three people were slain last week does not match that of two children missing from the home, according to preliminary DNA test results, police said Thursday.
On the eve of Memorial Day, the U.S. Mint is remembering America's fighting men and women.
The FBI laboratory in Virginia was analyzing key evidence Sunday from the blood-splattered Idaho home where three bodies were found last week, authorities said.
The small, unmanned vehicle barreled on minitank tracks across the tarmac, looking more like a playground toy than a sophisticated and lethal weapon of war.
A U.S. Marine translator once reported captured in Iraq denied Monday that he had deserted and urged fellow Marines there to "keep their heads up and their spirits high."
U.S. Marine Cpl. Wassef Ali Hassoun, who said he was abducted from his base in Iraq in June and who resurfaced in Lebanon last week, is expected to arrive in the United States on Wednesday, Pentagon officials said.
FBI agents investigating the 2001 anthrax attacks have re-interviewed a researcher formerly with the Army bioweapons laboratory at Fort Detrick, Maryland, his lawyer and government sources said Monday.
Forensic investigators in the United States say identical technology appears to have been adopted in bombs used in terror attacks on various continents in recent years.
Firefights come out of nowhere and get intense in a hurry. So does Black Hawk Down, Mark Bowden's new book about a 15-hour shootout in Mogadishu, Somalia. The tale starts with a Hail Mary, and befo...