The Air Force has decided to punish a former sexual assault prevention officer accused of groping a woman outside a Washington-area restaurant last year by issuing him a letter of reprimand rather than pursue a court-martial, according to an Air Force document obtained by Stars and Stripes.
The U.S. military fired missiles at a high-level meeting of an Islamic militant group in Somalia on Monday, but said it was too early to tell whether its leader had been killed, a Pentagon spokesman said Tuesday.
The Department of Defense Inspector General is investigating whether a three-star general tried to end another officer’s career in retaliation for talking to politicians and other officials about incidents surrounding an insider attack in Afghanistan.
Police arrested 31 people in Ferguson, Mo., after coming under “heavy gunfire” overnight, officials said Tuesday, as the deployment of National Guard in a very limited role failed to prevent a new night of violence in the racially charged town.
Ahead of the 2014 college football season, the AP asked its panel of Top 25 voters, who are known for ranking the nation's top teams each week, to weigh in on which stadium had the best game-day atmosphere.
Modernization and the reluctance of the younger generation to learn the art of pottery, compounded by the cost of transporting the bulky and fragile products, have turned it into an unstable, dying industry.
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