SAN DIEGO — A Camp Pendleton Marine is taking his First Amendment fight to the federal courts.
KABUL, Afghanistan — A suicide bomber steered his motorcycle into a group of American soldiers and Afghan police officers in a northern Afghan city and detonated his explosives on Wednesday, killing as many as 15 people, including officers and civilians, Afghan officials said.
Under pressure from a military watchdog group, the Air Force has dropped a once-mandatory reading requirement for officers that advocated regular chapel attendance.
CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — The first detachment of 200 U.S. Marines has arrived in northern Australia, where a permanent joint training hub is taking shape as part of a U.S. shift of military strength in the Asia-Pacific region.
RAMSTEIN AIR BASE, Germany — In a show of solidarity for slain Florida teenager Trayvon Martin, more than 230 students at Ramstein High School wore hooded sweatshirts or jackets to class Tuesday as part of a peaceful demonstration they called “Hoodies Up.”
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