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Report: Gila Bend mayor warns Prince Harry against 'fornicating'

Prince Harry, posted to the town of Gila Bend for military training, has been warned against "fornicating" during his stay — at least according to a report in a scandal-loving British tabloid.... Read more»3

Colombian rebels vow to fight despite leader's death

The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia — or FARC — has vowed to continue its struggle despite the death of the Marxist guerrilla group's supreme commander, Alfonso Cano, in a military operation.... Read more»

Nationwide emergency broadcast test set for Wed.

A federal Emergency Alert System test will take place at noon Wednesday to check the system's effectiveness. The nationwide drill will cut into radio and television broadcasts.... Read more»

Az honors Vietnam vets to mark conflict's 50th anniversary

Veterans organizations in Arizona see marking the 50th anniversary of the Vietnam conflict as an opportunity to rectify that. Vietnam veterans now make up the largest portion of veterans in the state, and through efforts like the dinner, groups are working to show them gratitude.... Read more»

Davis-Monthan eliminating 60 civilian jobs

Davis-Monthan Air force Base officials announced Thursday that they will cut the base's civilian workforce by 60 positions.... Read more»1

Soldier gets 10 years in prison for raping Korean teen

A United States soldier based in South Korea has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for the rape of an 18-year-old Korean teenager.... Read more»

Comic: Cybersecurity

Cyber (in)security

China, of course, denies that it conducts and sponsors cyber warfare and espionage, but there is plenty of evidence it is the world's biggest practitioner of those electronic black arts.... Read more»

15 arrested in Sarajevo embassy attack

Serbian police carried out early-morning raids in three towns in southwest Serbia, arresting 15 and seizing cell phones, computers, CDs, video and audio recordings.... Read more»

13 Americans killed in Kabul suicide attack

A suicide attack in the Afghan capital Kabul on Saturday targeted a convoy of foreign troops, killing at least 20 people including 13 Americans.... Read more»

Libyans: Gaddafi's killer will be prosecuted

Muammar Gaddafi's killer will face prosecution, the National Transitional Council announced Thursday.... Read more»

Gunman opens fire near U.S. Embassy in Sarajevo

Police have arrested a man they believe opened fire Friday near the U.S. embassy in Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina.... Read more»

Congress to honor first black Marines

The U.S. House of Representatives voted on Tuesday to award the Congressional Gold Medal to the nation's first black Marines.... Read more»

Iraq pullout could mean more non-competitive defense contracting

Out go all the U.S. troops by year’s end, President Obama said Friday about Iraq. And in go the contractors, along with some familiar contracting problems, say other government officials and independent experts.... Read more»

What's next for Libya? Questions after Gaddafi's death

What Muammar Gaddafi's death means to Libya and the rest of the world will take months, if not years, to sort out. There are big questions around leadership, politics, weapons, and wealth. We believe following the money is paramount because money always leads to power. ... Read more»

Comic: Iraq war

Declaring victory, and ...

President Obama has announced that U.S. troops will leave Iraq by the end of the year. ... Read more»

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