- Commission: ex-Brazilian president was murdered Updated: Dec-10-13 2:13 pm
- Dempsey presses Congress to act on defense bill Updated: Dec-09-13 6:46 pm
- Naval academy chief discusses sexual assault case Updated: Dec-09-13 5:32 pm
- Jordan to begin trial of radical Muslim preacher Updated: Dec-08-13 7:19 am
- UK marine gets minimum 10 years for Afghan murder Updated: Dec-06-13 11:40 am
- Court looks at protest ban at Calif. military base Updated: Dec-04-13 2:08 pm
- Ga. Navy contractor sentenced in $18M scheme Updated: Dec-04-13 12:36 pm
- Egypt: Morsi's links to jihadists probed Updated: Dec-03-13 2:36 am
- A sinister night for 3 women in Egypt protest wave Updated: Nov-28-13 2:43 pm
- Guard to let same-sex couples sign for benefits Updated: Nov-27-13 2:40 pm
- Bosnia's military to help dig up mass graves Updated: Nov-26-13 7:10 am
- Clock ticks on authority for Guantanamo detention Updated: Nov-23-13 12:04 pm
- Conn. veteran sues Army over diagnosis, benefits Updated: Nov-23-13 9:14 am
- APNewsBreak: Navy Yard gunman had access pulled Updated: Nov-22-13 3:47 pm
- Judge allows release of Navy bribery suspect Updated: Nov-21-13 11:37 pm
- Fraud on Navy silencer contract alleged Updated: Nov-21-13 5:04 pm
- Military high court to hear Kan. HIV assault case Updated: Nov-21-13 5:06 am
- Study: Nuclear force feeling 'burnout' from work Updated: Nov-21-13 3:26 am
- Air Force officer gets fine in DUI case Updated: Nov-20-13 7:38 am
- Nuremberg transcript donated to Holocaust Museum Updated: Nov-19-13 7:01 pm
- Senate women unite in fighting sexual assault Updated: Nov-19-13 4:27 pm
- Senators argue against plan on military assault Updated: Nov-18-13 2:13 pm
- Obama relying more on immigration rule changes Updated: Nov-15-13 6:03 pm
- Armed men burn records of El Salvador war missing Updated: Nov-14-13 6:49 pm
- Ohio jury has verdict in $100M charity fraud trial Updated: Nov-13-13 5:34 pm
SAO PAULO - The Truth Commission of the city council of Brazil's biggest city said Tuesday that the car accident that killed former President Juscelino Kubitschek in 1976 was a setup ordered by the military regime that then ruled Latin America's biggest country.
WASHINGTON - The nation's top military leader pleaded with Congress on Monday to complete the defense bill before year's end as Democrats and Republicans on the Armed Services committees reached agreement on compromise legislation to pay for warfighters, ships and aircraft.
ANNAPOLIS, Maryland - The U.S. Naval Academy superintendent said Monday that he decided to court-martial two midshipmen in a sexual assault case against a military judge's recommendation because it is his duty to make sure the charges are fully examined.
AMMAN, Jordan - A Jordanian military court will start on Tuesday to hear the trial of a radical Muslim preacher deported from Britain to face terrorism charges at home, a court official said.
LONDON - A British Royal Marine convicted of murdering a wounded Taliban insurgent was sentenced Friday to a minimum of 10 years in prison.
WASHINGTON - The Supreme Court seemed likely Wednesday to reinstate the trespassing conviction of a man who was caught protesting military activities in a place he had been ordered to avoid: the zone designated for demonstrators outside the main gate at a California air force base.
PROVIDENCE, Rhode Island - The founder of a U.S. Navy contractor from Georgia must serve three years in prison for his part in a kickback scheme that cost the Navy $18 million, a federal judge in Rhode Island ordered Wednesday.
CAIRO - During his year as president, Egypt's Mohammed Morsi cultivated ties with Islamic radicals, making them a key support for his rule by pardoning dozens of jailed militants, restraining the military from an all-out offensive against jihadis in Sinai and giving their hard-line sheiks a platform to spread their rhetoric.
CAIRO - The three women are among Egypt's most active democracy campaigners, the faces of its revolution. Through a string of rulers the past three years- autocrat Hosni Mubarak, the military, the Islamists - they have been at the forefront of protests, chronicled police abuses and struggled to limit the power of the military.
SAN ANTONIO - The Texas National Guard will immediately begin letting same-sex couples register for benefits after the Defense Department approved a new procedure for enrolling National Guard members and their dependents for benefits.
SARAJEVO, Bosnia-Herzegovina - Bosnia's Prosecution office says the military will from now on help speed up excavations of bodies from mass graves with their machinery so that bad weather does not further delay the search for people who went missing during the 1992-95 war.
GUANTANAMO BAY NAVAL BASE, Cuba - A persistent knock came from inside the heavy, locked cell door.
NEW HAVEN, Connecticut - A Connecticut veteran of the Iraq War has sued the Army, saying he was denied full education and retirement benefits after he was diagnosed with adjustment disorder while actually suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder.
WASHINGTON - The company that employed the Washington Navy Yard shooter pulled his access to classified material for two days in August when mental health problems became evident, but restored it quickly and never told Navy officials about the withdrawal, The Associated Press has learned.
SAN DIEGO - A U.S. magistrate judge issued a conditional ruling Thursday that would allow a Malaysian defense contractor accused in one of the biggest Navy bribery schemes in years to be released on $1 million bail.
McLEAN, Virginia - Defense lawyers say that evidence has been deliberately destroyed in a conspiracy case involving allegations of a secret Navy contract to build hundreds of rifle silencers, ostensibly for the branch's elite Seal Team Six.
WICHITA, Kansas - The highest U.S. armed forces court will hear oral arguments next month in the appeal of a Kansas airman convicted of assault for exposing multiple sex partners to HIV at swinger parties in Wichita.
WASHINGTON - Key members of the Air Force's nuclear missile force are feeling "burnout" from what they see as exhausting, unrewarding and stressful work, according to an unpublished study obtained by The Associated Press.
AIR FORCE ACADEMY, Colorado - An Air Force Academy major has been convicted by a court martial panel on charges of drunken driving and making a false statement, but he won't serve any jail time.
WASHINGTON - A one-time U.S. Army reporter during World War II donated a never-before-published transcript of radio coverage of the Nuremberg war crimes trials of Nazi leaders to the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum on Tuesday - 68 years to the day after he began reporting on the landmark military tribunal.
WASHINGTON - One by one, the women of the Senate stood up, speaking out about the scourge of sexual assault in the military and their collaborative effort to address the long-neglected issue.
WASHINGTON - Senate opponents of stripping military commanders of the authority to prosecute serious crimes such as rape and sexual assault said Monday that the proposal could make it worse for victims.
WASHINGTON - The Obama administration will allow some relatives of U.S. service members living in the country illegally to stay, according to a policy directive issued Friday.
SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador - Armed men broke into a nonprofit agency that works to locate children missing from El Salvador's civil war and set fire to the group's archives, national fire officials said Thursday.
CLEVELAND - A jury reached a verdict in the case against the alleged mastermind of a $100 million, cross-country Navy veterans charity fraud and will announce its decision Thursday morning.