Anwar al-Awlaki, a U.S.-born Muslim cleric who in recent years became a spokesman known worldwide for his championing of al-Qaida’s arm in Yemen and who was on a list of suspected terrorists U.S. forces had been authorized to kill, is dead, authorities in the U.S. and Yemen say.
WASHINGTON — Military retirees will pay slightly more for their health care starting Saturday, and more cost increases are on the way.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Even before taking over as chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, the highest military office in the land, Army Gen. Martin Dempsey made one thing clear. He differs with his predecessor on one of the most important issues of the day: the threat posed to national security by a growing national debt.
Last week’s assassination of the former Afghan president, Burhanuddin Rabbani, not only dashed hopes for peace negotiations, it also increased the talk of civil war.
The Navy plans to eliminate a 581-member Seabee construction battalion stationed at Naval Base Ventura County in a cost-cutting move, officials said Thursday.
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