Senate OKs Bill to Allow Female Pilots' Ashes At ArlingtonThe Senate has passed legislation to allow female World War II pilots known as WASPs to continue placing their ashes at Arlington National Cemetery.
Remains Of Maryland Soldier Killed In Korean War ReturnedThe Pentagon says the remains of a Maryland soldier missing in action from the Korean War have been recovered.
Soldier From Md. To Be Buried At Arlington National CemeteryA soldier from Wicomico County who was killed in Afghanistan will be laid to rest at Arlington National Cemetery.
Best Patriotic Ways To Celebrate Memorial DayFamilies can preserve the sanctity of Memorial Day while maintaining hope for the future and joy in the present. No matter what state you call home, there are many ways to mark the day.
Slain Md. Sailor Buried As Hero At ArlingtonA sailor from western Maryland who was fatally shot protecting another sailor aboard a Navy destroyer has been laid to rest at Arlington National Cemetery.
Obamas, Clintons To Visit JFK Gravesite WednesdayPresident Barack Obama will visit John F. Kennedy's gravesite next week and pay tribute to two of Kennedy's lasting initiatives as the nation observes the 50th anniversary of his assassination.
Memorial Day Celebrations In BaltimoreBaltimore is set to hold events throughout the weekend to honor all U.S. soldiers. Take the time to attend and remember these heroes.
Prince Harry Visits Washington D.C. As Part Of Spring TourA one man British invasion. Prince Harry is in Washington D.C. to begin his spring tour of the U.S.
Md. Flags At Half-Staff To Honor Army Pilot Killed In Afghan CrashFlags in Maryland are flying at half-staff in honor of an Army helicopter pilot killed in a crash in Afghanistan.
Korean War Anniversary Event May ShrinkThe Pentagon says the federal budget battle may force it to shrink this summer's 60th anniversary commemoration of the end of the Korean War.
Anti-Bigotry Group Honors D.C.-Area InvestigationsThe succession of shootings occurred in the middle of the night, each targeting Washington-area military buildings like the Pentagon and Marine Corps museum. No one was hurt, but the sporadic reports of fired shots nearly two years ago startled a Washington community constantly on edge about terrorism.
Snapshots From Fourth Day Without Power In Eastern U.S.At Ayd Hardware in Towson, a chalk sidewalk sign said in big letters "YES/DRY ICE." That was enough to draw in Sheila Williams of the Lochearn area of Baltimore County, who happened to be driving by.