The number of furlough days for civilian Pentagon employees is being trimmed almost in half — from 11 to 6.
Several counts faced by Army Pfc. Bradley Manning have been merged together, reducing the maximum jailtime he faces for his role in the release of classified documents to Wikileaks.
The U.S. warned American citizens to leave Yemen, closed diplomatic posts in the Middle East and Africa, and issued a worldwide travel alert.
In the first day of the sentencing phase for Army Pfc. Bradley Manning, attorneys for the defense argued that many of the charges could be merged.
A military judge has acquitted Army Pfc. Bradley Manning of the most serious charge he faced for leaking documents to Wikileaks, but he was found guilty for several other criminal counts.
Judge Denise Lind has reached a decision in the trial of Army Pfc. Bradley Manning, and the verdict is set to be announced Tuesday.
David Hawkings talks about the latest behind the controversial Guantanamo Bay detention center, and how Obama plans to handle the issue.
An industrial design class at Virginia Tech invented a very smart, smartphone designed for people missing a limb.
Virginia veterans are speaking out about a long list of problems in the backlog of services in Veterans' Affairs hospitals.
The trial of Army Pfc. Bradley Manning, accused of leaking classified government information to the Wikileaks website, is coming to a close as the defense makes its closing arguments.
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