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U.S. and British forces withdrew from the Camp Bastion-Leatherneck complex, a key base in Afghanistan’s Helmand province.
Victim of a Boko Haram abduction, who does not want to be identified, described her ordeal for Human Rights Watch report.
Born into Hollywood royalty, Mankiewicz instead chose a life of politics, news and public service.
The decorated veteran of the invasions of Panama, Mogadishu and Iraq was awarded two Purple hearts on the first day of the invasion of Baghdad.
Thousands of mental patients and troops unknowingly became malaria test subjects, according to a new book that reveals breaches of medical ethics.
The Veterans Affairs Department said it is firing four senior executives in response to the VA scandal. CNBC’s Dina Gusovsky discusses if the VA is really holding these officials accountable.
Senior purchasing official, hospital administrators are first sacked under new law that makes it easier to purge employees suspected of wrongdoing.
Army Veteran Clay Hanna says military members deployed in Iraq are actively engaged in combat, despite statements from the president.
A mix of protesters, anti-protesters and police make for a chaotic scene in Hong Kong’s streets.
Kudos to American veterans who fired back against sexist remarks about a UAE female fighter pilot leading attacks on ISIS.