The State National Guard's Civil Support Team will join "Response," a national exercise preparing for a potential nuclear detonation in the borders of the U.S.
New sanctions crack down on banks Washington says helped Iran evade sanctions. Iran insists its nuclear work is strictly peaceful.
A U.S. government watchdog says more than $200 million was wasted on a program to train the Iraqi police force, with security concerns and a lack of interest by the Iraqi government the reasons for the shortcomings.
Syrian rebels used seized army tanks in the past few days, to attack a military base, a commander says. At least 85 people are killed in violence across Syria, opposition activists say.
Defense Chief Leon Panetta says when, not if, al-Assad falls, Syrian military should remain intact.
Gen. Lloyd Austin visited Friday on what's being done to meet the health care needs of 18,000 soldiers and their families based at the post.
The topic of behavioral health took center stage at a press conference at with top Army officials at Fort Riley on Friday. Senior leaders visited the "Home of the Big Red One" to assess the overall health of those serving in the Army's ranks.
President George H. W. Bush signed the ADA into law on July 26, 1990 to ensure the civil rights of people with disabilities.
Days after the Colorado movie theater massacre, President Barack Obama on Wednesday forcefully spoke out against gun violence, making perhaps some of his strongest comments yet as president on the issue.
Fort Riley will serve as the final stop for Army senior leaders on a week-long tour of several Army installations this week.
Russian singer Evgeny Nikitin has pulled out of one of the world's best-known opera events, the Bayreuth Festival in Germany, because he has a Nazi tattoo, organizers said Sunday.
The Republican lawmaker says McConnell Air Force Base’s location in Kansas is one of its greatest assets.
The U.S. government issued its latest version of a worldwide safety caution Wednesday to U.S. citizens abroad.