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Iran frees U.S. hikers

Iran freed two American hikers, Shane Bauer and Josh Fattal, on Wednesday who had been convicted of spying after being caught in the country.... Read more»

Feds help vets' families avoid homelessness

Thanks to federal grants from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, Arizona organizations can help more veterans’ families avoid eviction and find permanent places to live, as well as connect with financial help and health care.... Read more»


Terrorism: Who you gonna call?

Davis-Monthan Air Force Base was “locked down” after reports a gunman was on the loose. Six hours later, “No gunman or weapon was found.”... Read more»

Libya's NTC faces stiff opposition in loyalist towns

Libya’s interim government forces attacking Muammar Gaddafi’s hometown of Sirte made slow progress overnight into Sunday, meeting heavy resistance from loyalist forces.... Read more»

Museum highlights Az's military history

The Arizona Military Museum earned the title of Arizona Legacy Project as part of the state’s centennial celebration. With that in mind, the Centennial Commission has developed an exhibit that will highlight military campaigns from an Arizona perspective.... Read more»

Davis-Monthan Air Force Base

'No gunman found' after Davis-Monthan lockdown

The commander of Davis-Monthan Air Force base said “no gunman or weapon was found” after the Tucson air base spent a day locked down following reports of an armed man Friday. (with video)... Read more»1

Parents can pick up kids from D-M schools

Air Force officials have released a pick-up plan for parents with children attending schools on Davis-Monthan Air Force Base.... Read more»

Ex-Marine receives Medal of Honor

President Obama on Thursday bestowed the Medal of Honor on former U.S. Marine Dakota Meyer, who saved 36 lives from an ambush by insurgents in Afghanistan.... Read more»1

National Guard base hosts Az’s largest comm testing exercise

Forty government, tribal and volunteer agencies are participating in Arizona’s largest-ever communications testing exercise to ensure that they can stay in contact during a disaster.... Read more»

Effort seeks to move USS Arizona guns to state museum

Guns from the USS Arizona and USS Missouri now rusting on the East Coast would become part of the state’s monument to its namesake battleship if proponents can raise $500,000 to move them.... Read more»1

Al-Qaeda releases bin Laden video on 9/11

Al-Qaeda released a video on the 10th anniversary of 9/11 featuring a message from Osama bin Laden and a speech by new leader Ayman al-Zawahiri, according to U.S. group SITE Intelligence, which monitors jihadist websites.... Read more»

Buckmaster Show

Buckmaster: Al-Qaeda still capable of dangerous acts

A special interview with General John Wickham, a former U.S. Army chief of staff and commander of all U.S. and UN forces in Korea. Plus, the weekly political face-off.... Read more»

U.S.-backed Afghan police accused of abusing civilians

A disturbing report into human rights abuses by the U.S. backed Afghan police force — including rape and murder — has raised serious questions about the exit plan of the West.... Read more»

Taliban claims responsibility for truck bomb in Afghanistan

At least two Afghan civilians are dead, and as many as 77 U.S. troops were injured when a truck bomb struck a coalition base in Afghanistan on Saturday.... Read more»

Fighter jets sent to escort passenger plane bound for NYC

Fighter jets were scrambled Sunday to escort American Airlines Flight 34, heading from Los Angeles to New York City’s JFK airport, after three passengers reportedly locked themselves in a bathroom and were “not compliant.”... Read more»

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