MACV Identifies More Veterans In Need Amid Effort To End Homelessness

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – The effort to end veteran homelessness just got harder. More veterans in need were identified Friday during an event at Target Field to help those who’ve served our country. The Minnesota Assistance Council for…

Carbon monoxide problem discovered in military base housing

A family that went to the hospital with symptoms that suggested carbon monoxide poisoning has led military officials to warn dozens of families at Fort Bragg about possible exposure.

Marine Who Warned Of Insider Threat Should Remain In The Corps, Military Board Says

Maj. Jason Brezler faced discharge after emailing classified documents over an insecure network. He challenged the Marine Corps' decision, and a board of inquiry recently ruled in his favor. (Image credit: Monique Jaques/Getty Images)

The Latest: Trump to speak to veterans group in Kentucky

The Latest on President Donald Trump's visit to Kentucky next week (all times local):

Protesters shut down Hong Kong airport as China warns of ‘terrorism,’ raising fears of military crackdown

Fury a bout increasing intensity of police tactics prompts thousands to stage a sit-in at the international air hub, forcing flight cancellations.

US military says Marine from Colorado has died in Iraq

U.S. military officials have identified a Marine who died Saturday in Iraq as 35-year-old Gunnery Sgt. Scott A. Koppenhafer of Mancos, Colorado.

US military says service member killed in Iraq

The U.S. military says a U.S. service member has died in Iraq during a mission with Iraq’s security forces in the country’s north

Trump again appears to take North Korea’s side against his own military, allies

Trump cites North Korea's objections to U.S. war games with Seoul and offers no defense.

Trump’s pick for intelligence director is a respected Special Operations veteran

Joseph Maguire doesn’t have as extensive an intelligence background as previous directors, but he is widely admired for his leadership skills.

Vietnam Veteran's Remains Flown Home By His Son

The remains of Col. Roy Knight Jr., shot down in 1967, arrived in Dallas on Thursday to an emotional audience. (Image credit: Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency via AP)