Former Ravens Giveback To Veterans Via 'Vets For Vets' ProgramThe Baltimore Station provides a home, counseling and training for veterans and others transitioning through the cycle of poverty, substance abuse and homelessness.
More Than 70 Years Later, An Unknown Soldier Comes HomeMore than 70 years after he died during the 1944 U.S. assault on Saipan, Richard Murphy is coming home.
President Trump: U.S. Launches ‘Precision Strikes’ In Syria
Google Employees Demand Company Stop Work On U.S. Military ProjectOver 3,000 employees at Google have signed an open letter to the company's leadership urging them to drop out of the Pentagon's project to equip drones with artificial intelligence.
White House Announces Policy To Ban Most Transgender Persons From Serving In MilitaryThe White House on Friday announced a policy to ban most transgender persons from serving in the US military.
Trump's Military Parade Would Cost Between $10M And $30M, Mulvaney SaysBudget director said that he has seen estimates that military parade requested by President Donald Trump could cost between $10 million and $30 million.
New Md. Facility Will Help Strengthen Country's CybersecurityGovernor Larry Hogan joined military leaders in the groundbreaking of the 175th Cyberspace Operations Squadron Facility.
Defense Secretary Mattis Says Transgender Troops Can Continue To Serve For NowDefense Secretary Jim Mattis said in a statement Tuesday that the Pentagon will allow current service members who are transgender to continue serving, while a panel of experts will study the issue. 
Trump To Announce Plan To Stop Cash Flow To Cuban MilitaryStopping short of a complete turnabout, President Donald Trump is expected Friday to announce a revised Cuba policy aimed at stopping the flow of U.S. cash to the country's military and security services while maintaining diplomatic relations and allowing U.S. airlines and cruise ships to continue service to the island.
Aberdeen Proving Ground Celebrates 100 Years Of ServiceAberdeen Proving Ground hosted an event for the local community to see their military tools in action during their centennial celebration.
U.S. Military Sex Assault Reports RisingReports of sexual assaults in the military has more than doubled since 2012, but survivors say more needs to be done to protect the victims and end a toxic culture that goes beyond the military.