Two sets of sisters -- five in all -- graduated from the Marine Corps recruit training together over the weekend. The Department of Defense called them "sisters by blood, now sisters-in-arms."
Three people were rescued.
At least one of the three people rescued was being evaluated by medical personnel.
Four current and former U.S. officials said Abu Mohammed al-Masri, al-Qaida’s No. 2, was killed by assassins in the Iranian capital in August.
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says he discussed “global challenges” with a handful of members of a Paris think tank at the start of a seven-country tour of Europe and the Middle East.
Michele Flournoy, a politically moderate Pentagon veteran, is regarded by U.S. officials and political insiders as a top choice for the position.
Saying there's no real work to be done on planning for the transformation of the Concord Naval Weapons Station property until a new master developer is selected, the Concord City Council has disbanded the city's Concord Naval Weapons Station Reuse Project Community Advisory Committee.
Veteran James Rittenbach owns and runs Allied Construction Services, the second-largest veteran-owned business in the Bay Area.
Before Bay Area residents Al Maggini and Del Tiedman took to the sky they offered differing perspectives on what the holiday means to them.
President Donald Trump emerged from the White House on Wednesday to participate in the Veterans Day observance at Arlington National Ceremony, while President-elect Joe Biden visited a war memorial in Philadelphia.
Veterans and Gold Star families will be given free lifetime access to national parks in the United States, the Department of Veterans Affairs announced.
The group of 10 employees, including three veterans, are working pro-bono to install Wi-Fi, upgrade the ship's computer network, improve its cybersecurity network, support digital media exhibits and add wireless access points.
Miller was killed in 1943 during the brutal battle of Tarawa in the Pacific Theater. He was just 22-years-old.
Rob Roth reports.
U.S. officials say an American citizen kidnapped in the West African nation of Niger this past week has been rescued in a U.S. military operation in neighboring Nigeria.
A Coast Guard helicopter crew out of San Francisco responded around 7:15 p.m. after being notified by the California Highway Patrol there were people stranded in the marsh.
The crew aboard sport fishing boat Reel Deep contacted the Coast Guard at about 11:20 a.m. about the 51-year-old man who was displaying the symptoms.
It's still unclear how this was allowed to happen.
These essential front line workers are being treated in a way that angers the very veterans they serve.
Tom Vacar reports.