Updated: 1:45 PM The Pentagon says it's looking into concerns that the Obama administration may have given a Hollywood filmmaker too many details about the secret mission last May that killed Osama bin Laden.
Posted: 2:39 PM The Pentagon is unveiling a strategy designed to manage hundreds of billions in budget cuts without sapping the military's strength.
Posted: 11:48 AM A soldier accused of having explosives in his carry-on luggage when he entered a Texas airport told investigators he didn't notice any while packing.
Posted: 10:17 AM Despite Iran's warning to stay away, the U.S. says warships will continue to sail in the Persian Gulf.
Updated: 12:42 PM Fort Carson is the biggest Colorado beneficiary of a defense bill that includes $400 million for construction projects in our state.
Updated: 8:47 AM A new law in Colorado, which came into effect with the new year, is designed to make the transition to civilian workforce a little easier for members of the military.
Updated: 1:17 PM U.S. troops are increasingly using an herbal mix called "Spice" that mimics a marijuana high and can bring on hallucinations that last for days.
Updated: 11:01 AM President Obama's reelection campaign plans to highlight the president's record with military veterans.
Updated: 5:02 PM Soldiers from the 576th Engineer Company returned Friday, in time to ring in the new year at home with family.
Updated: 12:47 PM The man charged with shooting an Afghanistan vet at his homecoming party has pleaded not guilty to attempted murder.
Posted: 9:30 AM Four-star general-turned-CIA director David Petraeus was urged to resign as Afghanistan war commander over President Barack Obama's decision to quickly draw down surge forces, according to a new insider's look at Petraeus' 37-year Army career.
Updated: 7:33 AM Investigators say errors in judgment by an Air Force bomber pilot caused his small civilian airplane to crash during bad weather in Colorado, killing him and his wife.
Posted: 5:36 PM The U.S. says a $29.4 billion plan to sell fighter jets to Saudi Arabia won't undercut Israel's military edge.
Posted: 10:01 AM Americans won't be seeing a huge ticker-tape parade anytime soon for troops returning from Iraq.
Posted: 11:05 AM Lawyers for five Guantanamo prisoners charged in the Sept. 11 attacks say the prison commander is seeking to impose new rules that would violate attorney-client privilege.
Posted: 12:15 PM Vice President Biden reached out to Iraq's leaders following recent violence in that country.
Posted: 10:26 AM The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff is condemning hazing in the military.
Posted: 1:33 PM Thousands of grave markers at Arlington National Cemetery may need to be replaced or added to accurately account for the dead, the Army says.
Posted: 12:13 PM The White House is condemning a wave of bombing attacks that killed at least 69 people in Baghdad Thursday.
Posted: 9:55 AM Pfc. Naser Jason Abdo was appointed a new attorney Thursday. He is charged with planning to blow up other troops.
Posted: 10:01 AM Eight American soldiers have been charged in the death of another in Afghanistan's Kandahar province.
Posted: 2:40 PM An Army witness says the intelligence analyst blamed for the largest-ever leak of U.S. secrets boastfully declared he was changing history in a letter adjoining some data he allegedly sent to WikiLeaks.
Posted: 11:41 AM North Korea's leader, Kim Jong II, has died. As a result, South Korea's military is on high alert. U.S. forces, however, haven't changed their alert status.
Updated: 11:16 AM The U.S. military's departure from Iraqi soil has left the city of Greensboro, N.C. with a sad distinction: It was home to the last U.S. soldier to die fighting in that war.