US Navy Veteran Arrested In Suspicious Ricin Mailings To Trump, PentagonA subject believed to be connected to suspicious letters sent to President Donald Trump and top Pentagon officials was taken into custody by federal law enforcement in Utah, a federal law enforcement official told CNN on Wednesday.
Google Employees Demand Company Stop Work On U.S. Military ProjectOver 3,000 employees at Google have signed an open letter to the company's leadership urging them to drop out of the Pentagon's project to equip drones with artificial intelligence.
Army Blimp Breaks Loose in Md., Drifts Over PennsylvaniaAn unmanned Army surveillance blimp broke loose from its mooring in Maryland and floated over Pennsylvania for hours.
Blue Angels Fly Over the Pentagon and D.C. AreaThe Blue Angels will be flying over the Pentagon and the Washington area this weekend as part of a team photo shoot.
Pentagon Finalizing Plans To Lift Transgender BanPentagon leaders are finalizing plans aimed at lifting the ban on transgender individuals in the military, with the goal of formally ending one of the last gender- or sexuality-based barriers to military service, senior U.S. officials told The Associated Press.
Report: New Air Force Jet Could Fly Five Times Faster Than The Speed Of SoundMilitary planners are working on a jet aircraft that would reach speeds of over Mach 5.
Pentagon: Suspect Anthrax Also Sent to Canada, WashingtonThe Pentagon says it has determined that possibly live anthrax was mistakenly sent to labs in Canada and Washington state, in addition to the numerous labs in the U.S. and abroad that were announced last week.
Pentagon: Anthrax Shipments Broader Than First ThoughtThe Pentagon said Friday that the Army's mistaken shipments of live anthrax to research laboratories were more widespread than it initially reported, prompting the Defense Department's second-ranking official to order a thorough review.
Army Chief: Human Error Likely Not Cause of Anthrax MistakeHuman error probably was not a factor in the Army's mistaken shipment of live anthrax samples to numerous U.S. government and commercial laboratories in the U.S. and in South Korea, the Army's top general said Thursday.
Annual Rolling Thunder 'Ride for Freedom' Honors VeteransThe roar of motorcycle engines filled the air in the nation's capital on Sunday as thousands of bikers saluted military veterans with the Rolling Thunder "Ride for Freedom."
Obama Administration Renews Push To Give Pentagon The Lead On Drone StrikesThe deaths of an Italian and an American in a covert CIA drone strike in Pakistan — and the rhetorical contortions required of the president when he informed the world — have breathed new urgency into a long-stalled plan to give the Pentagon primacy over targeted killing of terrorists overseas.
Pentagon Sending Aid To Quake-Ravaged NepalMilitary cargo plane has left Dover Air Force Base with 45 tons of equipment to provide relief for earthquake survivors.
New Pentagon Strategy Warns Of Cyberwar CapabilitiesMilitary planners for the first time advocate using cyberwar techniques to attack and disrupt enemy computer systems.
Pentagon: ISIS Loses Ground In Iraq, Makes Gains In SyriaThe Pentagon says that while Islamic State militants have lost control of up to 6,500 square miles in Iraq, they have gained a bit of ground in Syria since last August.
Survey: Male Special Operations Soldiers Fear Pentagon Will Lower Standards To Integrate Women Into UnitsSurveys find that men in U.S. special operations forces do not believe women can meet the physical and mental demands of their commando jobs, and they fear the Pentagon will lower standards to integrate women into their elite units, according to interviews and documents obtained by The Associated Press.