WASHINGTON — The U.S. was warned almost a decade ago by a high-level defector that Russia would rise from its devastating post-Cold War crash to once again become the nation’s number-one threat. After years of avoiding…
WASHINGTON — Workers at the Department of Defense charged nearly $1 million on their government credit cards at casinos and adult-entertainment establishments last year, the Pentagon says. The report by the Pentagon’s inspector general says…
WASHINGTON – A house fire near the Pentagon spewed thick black smoke into the air Thursday afternoon. The fire, which began about noon, damaged a two-story house in the 1000 block of South Rolfe Street.…
WASHINGTON — It may be a little bit more difficult to grab print news at Pentagon after the military kicked newspaper boxes from the property because of their security risk. The Pentagon recently removed all…
People who work at the Pentagon could be targeted by the Islamic State terrorist group or other terror groups.
Va Nessa Taylor, 47, of Temple Hills, Maryland, a caregiver at
the Pentagon\’s biggest day care center, has pleaded guilty to assaulting a child
and has been sentenced to one year probation.
A ceremony honoring the arrival of the remains of fallen American
service men and women has not been all that it seems, according to NBC News.
Several hundred U.S. Marines are being moved into position to rapidly respond to possible violence in Libya, according to a Department of Defense official.
The Pentagon is ordering most of its approximately 400,000 furloughed civilian employees back to work.
He was in the Pentagon during the Sept. 11 terror attacks and was locked-down at the Navy Yard during Monday\’s shooting rampage. And this Navy officer turned psychologist from Ellicott City, tells his fellow survivors to embrace life in the wake of the shootings.
They were strangers when Sept. 11, 2001, dawned over the Pentagon. But within hours, two lives intersected amid tragedy and chaos and a bond was forged that will never be broken.
This September marks 12 years since the terrorist attacks in New York, Pennsylvania, and Virginia. The America\’s 911 Foundation is paying tribute to the first responders by taking its message on the road.
A coalition of current and former military members, police and other public officials have posted three back-lit signs at the Pentagon Metro station in support of NSA-leaker Edward Snowden and urging military personnel to uphold their oath to the U.S. Constitution.
U.S. Department of Defense civilian employees are being warned to prepare for the beginning of a cycle of furloughs that will take away a
significant portion of their income after the Fourth of July holiday.
At a public meeting Thursday, Fairfax Connector officials unveiled a revised plan to provide enhanced service to Reston customers when the Silver Line opens at the end of 2013.