Military Legal Affairs
FORT WORTH, Texas - A defense attorney on Thursday blocked a mental evaluation for the Army psychiatrist accused in last year's shooting rampage at Fort Hood, saying it should not be conducted before a hearing to determine whether his client will stand trial.
NEW YORK - The judge in the first civilian trial of a Guantanamo Bay detainee barred the prosecution's star witness Wednesday from testifying, dealing a major setback to the government's effort to build criminal cases with evidence obtained through harsh CIA interrogations overseas.
ROME - Italy is sending soldiers to a southern city to bolster protection for prosecutors threatened by mobsters from the 'ndrangheta, the powerful organized crime group that has been hit by hundreds of arrests and shaken by turncoats, authorities said Wednesday.
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico - A Guantanamo prisoner who has been on a hunger strike for more than five years is occasionally eating solid food, but is still underweight and suffering from a medical condition likely caused by his protest, officials say in recently filed court documents.
WICHITA, Kan. - Two women testified at a military hearing Tuesday that they would not have had sex with an airman had they known he was HIV positive, and one said she believed him when he said he wasn't because he was in the Air Force.
- HIV-positive Kan. airman faces hearing on assault
- Court won't hear appeal from condemned soldier
- Palestinian worker killed as he sneaks into Israel
- Photos show US soldiers posing with Afghan corpses
- Argentina gives asylum to alleged Chilean assassin
- Sri Lanka president OKs ex-army chief's jail term
- Former Australian troops charged in Afghan deaths
- PROMISES, PROMISES: Waiting for Abu Ghraib amends
- PROMISES, PROMISES: No amends yet for Abu Ghraib?
- Texas man who duped Army gets 6 months in prison
- Sri Lankan ex-army chief convicted of fraud
- Fort Hood shooting suspect's hearing to be open
- Military officer keeps Fort Hood hearing open
- Attorney says Fort Hood hearing should be closed
- Fort Hood suspect's attorney seeks closed hearing
- Defense: Marine Corps helped Haditha prosecution
- US considers terror charges for cleric al-Awlaki
- US eyes terror charges for Yemeni cleric al-Awlaki
- Marine's defense lawyer steps down in Iraq case
- Peru president: New Yorker Berenson not a threat
- Feds: Army base gunman threatened to kill Obama
- Torture tools displayed ahead of Turkey referendum
- Soldiers fire on family's car in Mexico, killing 2
- Families calling for justice for soldiers, Marines
- GI's mental health questioned in WikiLeaks case
- Agent: Ex-Army analyst had manuals on artillery
- Air Force: Sergeant may have exposed others to HIV
- Ex-Argentine officer fights extradition from US
- Officials probe 10 infant deaths at NC Army base
- Fort Dix conspirators seek to overturn convictions
- Lawyer: Ga. soldier in shooting was on strict diet
- Marine's defense to seek dismissal of Haditha case
- Wash. soldier sentenced to life without parole
- Woman pleads guilty to killing 2 fellow soldiers
- Guilty plea at Lewis-McChord in soldier killings