A pre-trial hearing for suspected WikiLeaks whisleblower Bradley Manning will take place on December 16.
The widow of the Army Ranger who took his own life facing his ninth deployment to Iraq confronted Donald Rumsfeld on Saturday about her husband's death.
After a US navy vet sued Donald Rumsfeld for torture, the judge has refused to dismiss the case.
Until the military alters a culture that sees sorrow as weakness, suicide will go on taking its toll on serving soldiers and veterans
A soldier's widow says his fellow Army Rangers wouldn't do anything to help him before he took his own life - after eight deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan.
Repeated deployments to warzones, coupled with shorted deployments and breaks in between, are placing tremendous pressure on today’s troops.
After a decade of war, the Army said Friday it could fulfill its mission while easing the strain on soldiers and families by shortening deployment length.
Two American men can go ahead with civil lawsuit over allegations they were tortured in Iraq at the hands of US forces.
NATO investigates Taliban claim of responsibility for deadly helicopter crash as firefights continue in nearby area.
A new congressional report confirms what Tricare beneficiaries already know: It is getting harder to find private health care providers who accept the military’s health insurance.