Prosecutors portrayed the defendants as failing in their jobs — not using the tools at their disposal properly, not trying to get faulty equipment fixed and therefore failing to see close calls in busy waters over the course of the night — in the moments leading up to the 2017 collision.

Oil tanker’s owner sues to prevent payments to USS McCain victims’ families

A company that owns the commercial oil tanker involved in a deadly collision with a Navy destroyer last year has filed a lawsuit in federal court asking not to be held liable for damages.

Navy’s senior enlisted sailor under investigation

The Navy has launched a misconduct inquiry into accusations raised against Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy Steven Giordano, claiming he has fostered a hostile workplace in his Pentagon office.

Navy veteran and doctor to plead in Trump hotel gun case

A yearlong federal prosecution is coming to a close in the case of a Navy veteran and doctor arrested with two guns and 90 rounds of ammunition in May 2017 at the Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C.

Naval Academy professor named Annapolis' first poet laureate

The city of Annapolis announced this week that Naval Academy English professor Temple Cone was chosen from 16 applicants to serve a two-year term as poet laureate.

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