John Thuesen is on death row for killing his girlfriend and her brother. A Texas judge agreed with Thuesen's appellate lawyers that jurors weren't adequately informed about the Marine veteran's PTSD after his return from combat. With more information about PTSD, jurors who sentenced him to death may have decided differently.
The Navy will relax the body weight standards in its physical fitness assessment beginning next year, as it moves away from what service leaders say is too narrow a gauge of health and physical ability.
Havana may have its classic American automobiles but, step into a back room of this base radio station, and the U.S. sailors who broadcast here have a vintage collection trapped in a time warp of its own.
What started as a joke between Marines in a San Diego recovery room in the spring ended Sunday, more than 4,000 miles later in Virginia, as double amputee Toran Gaal hand-cranked his bike past the Marine Corps Memorial.
The Self-Defense Forces have started to cultivate athletes with the potential to win medals at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics, through such means as scouting for promising young female athletes.
John Thuesen is on death row for killing his girlfriend and her brother. In July, A Texas judge agreed with Thuesen's appellate lawyers that jurors weren't adequately informed about the Marine veteran's PTSD after his return from combat. With more information about PTSD, jurors who sentenced him to death may have decided differently.
The Afghan government addressed the growing leadership crisis in the Taliban for the first time Monday, saying it will not deal with the militant group separately from other "armed opposition" in the country.
The brother of the late figurehead of the Afghan Taliban on Sunday joined a growing challenge to the extremist group's newly appointed leader, even as it offered a statement purportedly quoting a well-known militant supporting him.
A Russian military helicopter from an elite aerobatic squadron crashed Sunday during an air show, killing one pilot and injuring another, the Defense Ministry said, the latest in a series of accidents that have dogged the nation's air force this year.
After 1945 in Germany, almost anything that symbolized the Nazi-era was destroyed. Unmarked graves became the norm for Nazi officials. Chiseled swastikas were ground off buildings. Not so the Confederate battle flag, which found its way into cemeteries, flag stands and as part of some official state flags.
Fifty-one years ago, an American president deceived the public about the true purpose of a U.S. military mission, ushering in a decade of foreign policy disasters. Unfortunately, this method of abusing democracy has continued, on a bipartisan basis, to the present day, when it is casting a shadow over U.S. policy in Syria.