Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan on Wednesday pulled 3,000 National Guard troops from Baltimore, ending a state of emergency he had imposed during rioting over the death of Freddie Gray.
Saudi and allied warplanes struck rebels in Yemen on Thursday, with Saudi Arabia threatening to send ground troops and inserting itself into its southern neighbor's civil war, potentially opening up a broader sectarian conflict in the Middle East.
Special military unit returns to Maryland after working to stop the Ebola outbreak in Liberia.
President Barack Obama on Tuesday announced the U.S. will not reduce troop levels in Afghanistan by the end of 2015, despite the president's previous pledge to cut the number by half.
For 9 years, the Troops For Trees program has been providing soldiers at Ft. Sill with donated Christmas trees.
The State Department says they have no time table on Syria as the President sends more troops to Iraq. Tracie Potts reports.
President Barack Obama will announce Tuesday that he wants to keep 9,800 military personnel in Afghanistan after the American combat mission ends there this year, a senior administration official told NBC News.
Eighty American service members are on the ground in North Africa to oversee drone operations in the search for the 276 abducted Nigerian schoolgirls, the Obama administration said Wednesday.
Troops return from deployment in Afghanistan.