Mike Teselle reports.
Police and military personnel responded to a home in Stockton where officials located a stockpile of explosive devices.
Officers found the explosives on Thursday after a natural death in the residence.
The Pentagon said Friday that 34 U.S. troops were diagnosed with traumatic brain injuries suffered in this month's Iranian missile strike on an Iraqi air base, and that half of the troops have returned to their military duties.
Inside the residential home, police spokesman Officer Joe Silva told the Stockton Record that possibly “hundreds and hundreds” of military explosives and weapons were found inside. Twenty homes had to be evacuated.
A new U.S. Navy aircraft carrier will be named in honor of Pearl Harbor hero Doris Miller, the first African American recipient of the Navy Cross, during a ceremony in Pearl Harbor Monday.
The U.S. Space Force has shared an image of the branch's new uniforms and patches.
A 104-year-old World War II veteran hopes to receive plenty of Valentine’s Day cards this year, to add to his collection of keepsakes documenting his own incredible life and generation.
The U.S. Air Force said Monday it is investigating the cause of death of two servicemen who died at a base in Germany last week.
Both soldiers were killed when their vehicle was hit by a roadside bomb in southern Afghanistan, officials said.
In keeping with defense department rules, the U.S. military did not identify the service members.
The lockdown Friday morning has been lifted at MacDill Air Force Base in Florida after report of armed suspect outside the base.
Reigniting a debate over who has the power to declare war, the Democratic-controlled House on Thursday approved a resolution asserting that President Donald Trump must seek approval from Congress before engaging in further military action against Iran.
The U.S. Army is alerting the public about fake text messages circulating around informing people that they have been drafted into military service.
"More than a dozen" ballistic missiles were launched at two military bases in Iraq that house U.S. troops in retaliation to the killing of a top Iranian general, defense officials confirmed.
President Donald Trump and his top advisers are under pressure to disclose more details about the intelligence that led to an American airstrike that killed top Iranian Gen. Qassem Soleimani.
Iran struck back at the United States for the killing of a top Iranian general early Wednesday, firing a series of surface-to-surface missiles at two Iraqi bases housing U.S. troops and warning the United States and its allies in the region not to retaliate.
A push led by pro-Iran factions to oust U.S. troops from Iraq following the U.S. airstrike that killed a top Iranian general is gaining momentum, bolstered by a Parliament vote calling on the government to remove them.
Two other Americans, both contractors with the U.S. Department of Defense, were also killed Sunday by al-Shabab extremists at Manda Bay Airfield.
Coast Guard officials at the command center in Seattle received four alerts as well as several witness reports.