Featured by Morgan Cook, The San Diego Union-Tribune
The Bonhomme Richard fire raises questions about whether the Navy learned anything from its last ship fire
After the USS Bonhomme Richard burned for five days at a shipyard in San Diego, it begs the question: Did the lessons the Navy learned from the USS Miami blaze eight years ago mitigate the fire on the Bonhomme Richard?
Judge delays start of prison time for ex-Rep. Duncan Hunter due to COVID-19
Hunter was originally due to start his sentence on May 29, but can now wait until Jan. 4, 2021.
Former NASCAR girlfriend sentenced to prison for stealing from veterans charity
Patricia Driscoll, 41, of Ellicott City, Maryland, was found guilty in November on two counts each of wire fraud and tax evasion and on one count of first-degree fraud, according to court records. She led the nonprofit Armed Forces Foundation for 12 years
Rep. Duncan Hunter’s failed visit to US Navy base in Italy was bogus cover for campaign-funded family vacation, judge rules
A federal judge in the criminal case against Rep. Duncan Hunter ruled in an order filed Tuesday that a campaign-funded...
Former NASCAR girlfriend convicted of stealing from veteran charity denied new trial
A federal judge denied a motion for acquittal or a new trial for the former president of a veterans charity who was convicted last year of crimes related to spending the nonprofit's money on jewelry, shopping and other personal expenses
DoD Allowed Government Spending At Casinos And Strip Clubs, According To New Report
Some of the military employees who collectively charged more than $1 million to government credit cards at casinos and strip...