Congress is showing an increased willingness to let VA doctors talk to veterans about medical marijuana in states where it’s legal.
The Afghan government and a senior Taliban commander confirmed that the extremist group’s leader, Mullah Mohammed Akhtar Mansour, has been k…
The Federal Aviation Administration Friday gave the World War II B-29 bomber known as Doc its official blessing to take to the skies.
The Pentagon says two Chinese fighter jets flew within about 50 feet of a U.S. Navy reconnaissance plane in international airspace.
An annual walk to support homeless veterans got underway Wednesday morning in Topeka.
Another lawsuit accuses a former physician assistant at a Veteran’s Administration hospital in Kansas of sexual abuse.
Volunteers have achieved a major milestone in their efforts to restore a World War II bomber.
The Navy has fired the commander of the 10 American sailors who were captured and held by Iran for about 15 hours.
A military school in central Kansas is mourning two current students and a recent graduate who died in a rollover crash in Colorado.
Some troops serving overseas will soon get a taste of the “sweet life.”
A ‘Vets & Cadets Program’ allowed the future military members to interview veterans about their experiences.
Taking a cue from his wife, President Barack Obama challenged Americans on Thursday to consider how they might give back to those who have s…
An Army captain sued President Barack Obama on Wednesday, alleging that he doesn’t have the proper congressional authority to wage war again…
The attack triggered a massive coalition air response that destroyed equipment, buildings and killed up to 60 militants.
The identity of the SEAL was not immediately known in line with military procedure to first notify next of kin.
A World War II bomber is moving closer to achieving its Federal Aviation Administration airworthiness certificate.
The First Combat Aviation Brigade at Fort Riley opened its facilities Monday to announce its new and improved aircraft.
Women would be required to register for the military draft under a House committee’s bill.