A Pentagon official says the classified information that Army Pfc. Bradley Manning disclosed through WikiLeaks put entire Afghan villages at risk of harm from the Taliban.
An appeals court has ruled that an Afghan refugee granted asylum in 1999 can stay in the U.S. despite pleading guilty to second-degree assault on a Montgomery County police officer.
Marine Lt. Gen. Richard P. Mills’ comments came last week at a conference in Baltimore during which he explained how U.S. commanders considered cyber weapons an important part of their arsenal.
There’s new information in the foiled al-Qaeda plot to blow up a U.S.-bound plane. There’s word that the person who was supposed to sneak on board with an underwear bomb was actually working for the CIA as a double agent.
Assassinated in Afghanistan. The Maryland National Guard confirms a high-ranking Baltimore soldier was one of two men killed inside a secure government building in Afghanistan.
The attorney for a U.S. Army National Guardsman from Maryland on trial for the premeditated murder of an Afghan man says the soldier shot the man in self-defense.
The wife of an Army National Guardsman accused of fatally shooting an Afghan civilian said the sergeant is a dedicated soldier who volunteered for combat deployments to support his family.
An Army National Guardsman is awaiting a military trial at Fort Campbell, Ky., on a charge of murder in the shooting death of an Afghan last year.