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Topic - United States Army
Dominion Virginia Power's preferred route for a high-voltage power line over the James River has won state regulatory approval over objections it would mar a historic stretch of the James.
South Carolina ports officials expect a seamless transition from the federal studies of deepening the Charleston Harbor shipping channel to dredging work on the $300 million project, which could begin next year.
American and European politicians are boycotting the Paralympic Winter Games in Sochi to protest Russian moves in Ukraine. But disabled athletes from Washington, Oregon and Idaho plan to compete in the Olympic host city as scheduled starting this weekend.
Mississippi is one of only four states receiving additional funds from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for dredging and flood control along its major tributaries, according to U.S. Sen. Thad Cochran.
A federal audit has found New Jersey did nothing wrong when it used a no-bid contract to hire a firm to clean up debris left behind by Superstorm Sandy in 2012.
Pfc. Tariqka Sheffey ignited an online firestorm in late February when she posted a "selfie" on Instagram bragging about shirking the salute.
The last of the 1,200 Louisiana-based soldiers who've been in Afghanistan since last summer are returning home to Fort Polk in the coming days.
In his immaculate blue dress uniform, Brig. Gen. Jeffrey A. Sinclair stood ramrod straight before a judge Thursday and pleaded guilty to three charges that could send him to prison for up to 15 years.
An agency representing the eight Great Lakes states wants the federal government to take quicker action to prevent an Asian carp attack that could devastate native fish populations.
U.S. Army Gen. Jerry Sinclair is expected to plead guilty to three charges at Thursday's court hearing -- but not to sexual assault.
A woman who fell through the ice after pulling her dog from a frigid Lincoln lake was quickly repaid, when her pet helped rescuers get her the rope that helped save her life.
With a combat brigade departing as part of military base realignment, Fort Knox will shutter four schools for the coming year as enrollment at the institutions drops.
A group of farmers and business owners sued the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on Wednesday, saying the agency's decisions since 2006 have contributed to major flooding in five states.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has set aside more than $2.5 million for a pair of Lake Ontario dredging projects in the Rochester area.
Deep beneath the surface of Texas' only naturally formed lake there used to swim a massive, open-mouthed dinosaur-era fish with a long snout and prized caviar. Now, decades after the paddlefish was almost completely wiped out, it's coming back to Caddo Lake.