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US deports Nazi concentration camp guard living in Tennessee
"The United States will not serve as a safe haven for human rights violators and war criminals."
Former Army captain arrested after he posted videos of himself storming the Capitol
He livestreamed video of himself storming the Capitol.
These messages between an Army vet and her terrorist sweetheart will make you cringe
The dating game is a tricky one, as any experienced dater will tell you.
The DOJ is going after a towing company for auctioning off active-duty service members’ cars
A Dallas-based towing company towed and then auctioned off vehicles belonging to members of the military while they were on active duty, the Justice Department alleges in a federal civil lawsuit filed Monday
Trump: Justice Department, FBI investigating death of Vanessa Guillén
"We didn't want this to be swept under the rug."
Trial delayed for Fort Riley soldier who allegedly helped others build explosives in order to cause ‘chaos’
"He told me that if chaos results in the death of people, even through information he provided, it doesn't affect him."
Whistleblower accuses largest US military shipbuilder of putting ‘American lives at risk’ by falsifying tests on submarine stealth coating
America's largest military shipbuilding company has been accused of falsifying tests and certifications on stealth coatings of its submarines "that put American lives at risk," according to a complaint filed in federal court last month.
US hits Edward Snowden with lawsuit over nondisclosure agreement violations
The Justice Department wants all the proceeds Snowden earns with his new book.
Army vet faces maximum sentence for plotting California terror attack in retaliation for New Zealand mosque shootings
He said Americans should have "a taste of the terror they gladly spread all over the world."
The Only Thing Worse Than This Company’s $13.8 Million ‘Rent A Vet’ Scam Was Its Name
Are you a business owner who’s fallen on hard times? Having trouble getting those juicy government contracts? There may be...
Former VA Employee Charged With Trying To Sell Veterans Personal Info For $100,000
A former Department of Veterans Affairs employee has been charged with hatching a scheme to steal and then sell the...
Air Force Vet Sentenced To 35 Years For Trying To Join ISIS In Syria
A 49-year-old U.S. military veteran convicted for trying to join ISIS two years ago has been sentenced to 35 years...