The presidents of the U.S. and China agreed Friday that a planned rocket launch by North Korea would violate U.N. sanctions, the White House said, amid signs the isolated nation was moving closer to blastoff.
The Pentagon released 198 photographs late Friday afternoon of serious injuries sustained by detainees in U.S.-run detention facilities in Iraq and Afghanistan, some of which were evidence used to prosecute U.S. soldiers for abuse.
Over the next week, Sapporo, Japan’s fifth-largest city, will double in population and become the second-largest city, with more than 2 million domestic and international tourists expected to view more than 180 snow and ice displays on the country’s northern island of Hokkaido.
The U.S. secretary of veterans affairs said Friday that he stands by his appointment of a regional health care executive who was accused of misleading Congress about how long veterans waited to receive care at a VA facility where she worked in Los Angeles.
The U.S. Transportation Command has been taken to task by the Pentagon’s inspector general for a series of mistakes in its oversight of a troubled contractor hired to ship military members’ vehicles to overseas duty stations and back.
America is at risk of repeating the Army’s anthrax debacle unless laboratories make “smart improvements” in biosecurity and biosafety, the former head of the Army’s leading biothreat research agency says.
The Army’s conversion of Hawaii’s Stryker brigade into an infantry team is playing out in earnest with Exercise Lightning Forge, which culminated with an air assault and 100 soldiers raiding a mock terrorist stronghold Friday at this seaside facility.
The video was filmed on Jan. 23 in the multicultural British town of Luton, 30 miles north of London. Residents curse the Britain First demonstrators, threaten them and even shove them. A demonstrator calls out for Muslims "to reject the false prophet, Mohammed." The police ultimately have to step in to keep the situation from escalating.
Operating out of rapidly erected labs or in borrowed space in hospitals, a specialized Army team from Aberdeen Proving Ground in Liberia showed how quickly they could diagnose infection with the deadly Ebola virus.
"In the summer of 2014, my best friend, a man I'd come to love and respect during my time reporting here, was taken prisoner by the militants. We were more like brothers than friends, and I haven't heard from him since."