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A smoldering tangle of dozens of derailed freight cars, some carrying hazardous materials, has kept an evacuation order in effect in Ohio near the Pennsylvania... [Read More]
Britain's shortest-serving prime minister resigned in October, six weeks into the job, after her inaugural budget plan sparked market mayhem. [Read More]
Annapolis, Md., May 20, 2015: The Blue Angels demonstration team performs one of its close-contact maneuvers as part of the U.S. Naval Academy's Commissioning Week... [Read More]
The Royal Canadian Air Force aircraft, a CP-140 Aurora, was observed patrolling Haiti's airspace on Saturday much to the surprise and curiosity of many Haitians. [Read More]
Winters in the U.K. can be tough. The sun is an infrequent visitor, and the weather discourages outdoor pursuits. Struggling to adapt, especially after all... [Read More]
More than 30 coast guard vessels and at least eight coast guard and military aircraft were searching the area on Sunday afternoon. [Read More]
Dozens of patrons packed the Vacaville Museum on Saturday to learn more about the feats of the legendary Tuskegee Airmen, the first primarily Black military aviation crew. [Read More]
Beijing is downplaying the incident and fallout, as videos of a U.S. fighter jet's missile puncturing the balloon are shared widely on Chinese social media. [Read More]
The U.S. Coast Guard has suspended a multiday search for a scuba diver who disappeared Thursday morning off Guam's western coast. [Read More]
U.S. office occupancy hit 50 percent last week for the first time since the pandemic, according to data tracked by Kastle Systems. Experts think this... [Read More]
On a visit to San Diego to highlight the administration's "cancer moonshot" and initiatives for military families, first lady Jill Biden toured a Logan Heights... [Read More]
East Palestine, Ohio, Mayor Trent Conaway said Saturday that 1,500 to 2,000 homes had been evacuated after the derailed train sent flames into the air. [Read More]
Vilseck's Garrett Hyten, Spangdahlem's Andrew Molina and Kaiserslautern's Daniel Lee take titles in qualifying meet dominated by Europe's two largest schools. [Read More]
Combat medicine training in the field with cadavers isn't new for the U.S. military, but historically it has been reserved for Green Berets, Navy SEALs and other... [Read More]
Wrestlers south of Alps generally don't have a lot of experience, but that's not stopping them on the mat. [Read More]
You don't necessarily need a harness, a helmet, or a headlight to feel like Lara Croft or Indiana Jones. [Read More]
Spangdahlem will play Baumholder in Division III showdown next weekend just days before championships start. [Read More]
Long before document scandals involving Joe Biden, Donald Trump and Mike Pence, presidential papers had a way of materializing in strange places-sometimes a century later. [Read More]
Pir Ahmad, Iraq, Dec. 10, 2007: Cpl. Issac Ounda, 27, of Nairobi, Kenya, pulls rear security during an ambush early Monday outside the village of... [Read More]
Spy balloons may sound old-fashioned, but they actually have several advantages. And analysts say Washington has its own reasons for not shooting down China's balloon. [Read More]
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