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Navy investigating after camera found in women’s bathroom on the USS Arlington

The Navy is investigating after a female Marine found a camera hidden in a women’s bathroom aboard the USS Arlington during a security operation in the Mediterranean Sea, Navy officials said Saturday.


Militants shatter months of calm in complex attack and bombing in central Kabul

Multiple explosions and repeated gunfire echoed through downtown Kabul on Saturday during an attack on a government ministry.


North Korea issues mild criticism of Bolton over media interview

North Korea on Saturday issued a relatively mild criticism of White House national security adviser John Bolton for calling on North Korea to show more evidence of its disarmament commitment before a possible third leaders' summit.



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The families left behind

In this episode we talk to Barbie Baker and Nicole Woodland, two women with firsthand knowledge of the lifestyle change that takes place after a spouse joins the world of private military contracting.

Their story might sound familiar to former military spouses — loneliness, uncertainty and a search for new meaning — but some of what they say might surprise you.


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Secretive Air Force lab watches for nuclear explosions worldwide

Classified lab work at the Air Force Technical Applications Center utilizes a sprawling network of more than 3,600 sensors deployed around the globe to detect and analyzes nuclear explosions detonated by foreign countries,


Man who betrayed friend, cheated federal government out of over $150 million gets 4 years

Thomas Brock was the “mastermind” in a complex scheme to win military construction projects at bases such as Fort Jackson, Fort Bragg , Shaw AFB and other bases that ran from the early 2000s to about 2013.


The mysterious life of James McCord, Watergate burglar whose death went unnoticed for two years

Of all the Watergate characters, James McCord was the most puzzling — a retired CIA operative who cloaked himself in several layers of mystery. Yet his death, at the age of 93, went unnoticed for nearly two years.



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Many nonreligious Americans still feel attracted to Easter traditions

You're not a churchgoer. Don't consider yourself religious in any way, and might say you're not Christian if asked. Yet here comes a Sunday in spring that marks the resurrection of Jesus Christ in the Christian faith, and you feel a pull, anyway — toward Easter.


North Korea issues mild criticism of Bolton over media interview

North Korea on Saturday issued a relatively mild criticism of White House national security adviser John Bolton for calling on North Korea to show more evidence of its disarmament commitment before a possible third leaders' summit.


Navy investigating after camera found in women’s bathroom on the USS Arlington

The Navy is investigating after a female Marine found a camera hidden in a women’s bathroom aboard the USS Arlington during a security operation in the Mediterranean Sea, Navy officials said Saturday.


'I'm going to die': Survivor recounts Mali ethnic massacre

The attack late last month killed 154 people in Diallo's village, which is dominated by the Muslim Peuhl ethnic group. The ethnic Dogon militia suspected in the massacre accuses Peuhls of collaborating with extremists, a charge they deny. The militia leader in turn denies that his fighters, suspected by some Peuhls of collaborating with Mali's military, carried out the attack.


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Many nonreligious Americans still feel attracted to Easter traditions

You're not a churchgoer. Don't consider yourself religious in any way, and might say you're not Christian if asked. Yet here comes a Sunday in spring that marks the resurrection of Jesus Christ in the Christian faith, and you feel a pull, anyway — toward Easter.


North Korea issues mild criticism of Bolton over media interview

North Korea on Saturday issued a relatively mild criticism of White House national security adviser John Bolton for calling on North Korea to show more evidence of its disarmament commitment before a possible third leaders' summit.


Navy investigating after camera found in women’s bathroom on the USS Arlington

The Navy is investigating after a female Marine found a camera hidden in a women’s bathroom aboard the USS Arlington during a security operation in the Mediterranean Sea, Navy officials said Saturday.


'I'm going to die': Survivor recounts Mali ethnic massacre

The attack late last month killed 154 people in Diallo's village, which is dominated by the Muslim Peuhl ethnic group. The ethnic Dogon militia suspected in the massacre accuses Peuhls of collaborating with extremists, a charge they deny. The militia leader in turn denies that his fighters, suspected by some Peuhls of collaborating with Mali's military, carried out the attack.



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Final farewell for Nevada World War II veteran

After his father, a Navy veteran, died 31 years ago, Gary Parisena's mother assured him there would be a proper funeral. Not until earlier this month did Parisena realize his father's remains had not been interred.



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Blue Angels gear up for new era in F/A-18 Super Hornet

As the 2019 Blue Angels delight fans at airshows nationwide this year, two former Blue Angels have been busy laying the groundwork for one of the biggest changes in the team’s nearly 75-year history.


Secretive Air Force lab watches for nuclear explosions worldwide

Classified lab work at the Air Force Technical Applications Center utilizes a sprawling network of more than 3,600 sensors deployed around the globe to detect and analyzes nuclear explosions detonated by foreign countries,


Former Iran hostage, Marine veteran Billy Gallegos is honored for FBI service

William "Billy" Gallegos spent 444 days captive to terrorists, and a good portion of his career hunting those who spread terror throughout the world. Now he's been honored with the Denver Police Foundation's inaugural Chairman's Legacy Award.


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Blue Angels gear up for new era in F/A-18 Super Hornet

As the 2019 Blue Angels delight fans at airshows nationwide this year, two former Blue Angels have been busy laying the groundwork for one of the biggest changes in the team’s nearly 75-year history.


Secretive Air Force lab watches for nuclear explosions worldwide

Classified lab work at the Air Force Technical Applications Center utilizes a sprawling network of more than 3,600 sensors deployed around the globe to detect and analyzes nuclear explosions detonated by foreign countries,


Former Iran hostage, Marine veteran Billy Gallegos is honored for FBI service

William "Billy" Gallegos spent 444 days captive to terrorists, and a good portion of his career hunting those who spread terror throughout the world. Now he's been honored with the Denver Police Foundation's inaugural Chairman's Legacy Award.