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U.S. appetite for drugs begets violence migrants are fleeing
Topic - Commander
Four women died and 10 people were taken into custody after a boat with more than a dozen people aboard — including Haitian and Jamaican nationals — capsized early Wednesday in the waters off South Florida.
A Navy contractor, a commander and a Navy criminal investigator were arrested and charged with conspiracy in a bribery scheme to reap millions of dollars in port contracts worldwide, federal prosecutors announced Tuesday.
D.C. police are increasingly relying on video footage pulled from the city's network of surveillance cameras in criminal investigations, as officers identify more effective ways to deploy the devices and detectives find new uses for them.
A newly appointed nuclear attack submarine commander who went to extreme lengths to end an extramarital affair thought the issue was behind him — until the family of his ex-girlfriend got in touch with the Navy.
A gas pipeline continued burning south of New Orleans on Wednesday, hours after it was hit by a tugboat pushing an oil barge, but authorities said the barge itself did not appear to be leaking its cargo of oil.
Royal Dutch Shell PLC's foray into Arctic offshore drilling suffered a serious setback Monday night when one of its two Alaska drilling rigs ran aground in shallow water off Sitkalidak Island.
U.S. military officials are investigating the apparent suicide of a Navy SEAL commander in Afghanistan.
A 28-year-old man was found fatally shot inside a parked car in the District's Capitol Hill neighborhood early Monday.
D.C. police are investigating an early Friday morning robbery near Dupont Circle and searching for several suspects — at least one of whom fired a gun at the victims during a car chase near the White House.
D.C. police are searching for a man who assaulted an 81-year-old woman during a burglary in Northwest D.C. Wednesday.
A D.C. police commander who sued the department and lost after he was demoted in the early days of Chief Cathy L. Lanier's administration has again been promoted to lead one of the city's police districts.
D.C. police see no "rhyme nor reason" behind five unrelated slayings over the past four days, a commander said Tuesday.
The U.S. Navy said Monday it has deployed a second aircraft carrier to the Persian Gulf region amid rising tensions with Iran over its nuclear program.
Italian coast guard divers searching the submerged part of the Costa Concordia on Sunday found the bodies of two elderly men still in their life jackets, authorities said, raising to five the death toll after the luxury cruise liner ran aground and tipped over off the Tuscan coast.
Iran has begun uranium enrichment at a new underground site well protected from possible airstrikes, a leading hard-line newspaper reported Sunday in another show of defiance against Western pressure to rein in Tehran's nuclear program.
"We're aware of reports of some equipment — namely Humvees — and the pictures that have been posted online," Pentagon spokesman Cmdr. Bill Speaks told the Free Beacon in an email. "We are certainly concerned about these reports and are consulting with the Iraqi government to obtain solid confirmation on what assets may have fallen into ISIL's hands."
Feedback from sailors and Marines has been mixed, said Cmdr. Tamara Lawrence, spokeswoman for Mabus.