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  • Turmoil in Yemen escalates as Saudi Arabia bombs rebels

    The turmoil in Yemen grew into a regional conflict Thursday, with Saudi Arabia and its allies bombing Shiite rebels allied with Iran, while Egyptian officials said a ground assault will follow the airstrikes. Iran denounced the Saudi-led air campaign,...
  • WHY IT MATTERS: The Saudi-led intervention in Yemen

    Airstrikes by Saudi Arabia against Iran-backed Shiite rebels in turbulent Yemen have added a regional dimension to the conflict in the Arab world's poorest country. Five reasons why the world should care about what is happening there: ___ AL-QAIDA'S...
  • Funeral Friday for Wis. Marine killed in training exercise

    A U.S. Marine killed when a military helicopter crashed during a Florida training mission will eulogized in Port Washington. A visitation and funeral service for Staff Sgt. Kerry Kemp will be held Friday at Port Washington High School where Kemp...
  • Navy, Coast Guard to conduct search, rescue exercise in Va.

    Navy aircraft will be busy over lower Chesapeake Bay during a search and rescue exercise with the Coast Guard. The exercise Wednesday will include five Navy helicopters and two Hawkeye turboprop aircraft from Naval Station Norfolk. The exercise is...
  • Thousands turn out for Greek Independence Day parade

    Thousands of Greeks lined a main central Athens avenue despite rain on Wednesday to watch the country's annual Independence Day military parade, with spectators allowed along the route for the first time in about three years. The crowds at the parade,...
  • Canadian judge to decide if ex-Gitmo detainee gets bail

    A Canadian judge said Wednesday she needs time to decide whether a former Guantanamo Bay inmate who pleaded guilty to killing a U.S. soldier should get bail. A two-day hearing has concluded for Omar Khadr and Justice June Ross will announce her...
  • 7 sailors charged after videos surfaced of females on board

    The Navy has charged seven sailors in connection with the recording and sharing of videos that showed female officers and student trainees in stages of undress aboard a U.S. submarine. The Navy announced last year that it was investigating allegations...
  • Obama's Afghan exit

    President Barack Obama bowed to the reality on the ground this week when he announced the U.S. troop withdrawal from Afghanistan won't be completed by the end of this year as planned. Mr. Obama once hoped to cut the 9,800 remaining U.S. troops in...
  • Marine killed in plane crash was escorting construction crew

    A U.S. Marine who was killed when a civilian plane struck his government truck was serving as an escort to a construction crew when the crash happened at an Arizona military base, federal investigators say. The construction crew was working near a runway...
  • Navy sub sailor waives hearing on charges he recorded women

    A Navy sailor charged with videotaping female officers in stages of undress aboard a submarine has waived a hearing that would have allowed his attorneys to argue against sending the case to a court-martial. A Navy spokeswoman says the sailor, an...
  • Iraqi Shiite cleric calls for unity after militia pullout

    Iraq's most revered Shiite cleric on Friday called for unity among the country's forces battling the Islamic State group after most of the Iran-backed Shiite militias pulled out of the offensive in the militant-held city of Tikrit in protest over U.S....