Navy is headed to the Big East, giving up more than 130 years of football independence to join a conference that is in the middle of a massive overhaul.
A retired naval officer honored for helping rescue fellow Pentagon workers in the 2001 terrorist attack was sentenced Monday to 3½ years in prison for defrauding the Sept. 11 victims compensation fund.
An eclectic bunch of Washington-area locales, for wildly different reasons, have either a glut of men or a disproportionate number of women, according to a Washington Times analysis of newly released census data. The differences represent a basic dynamic affecting every facet of life for those seeking to date, those raising families and those trying to live out their days in comfort.
I have been in Washington now for nearly 40 years and in all that time, I can't recall seeing anything quite like Robert M. Gates' ongoing farewell to arms.
The U.S. Navy is sailing into politically correct waters, sometimes at a speed too fast for the Obama administration to keep up.
Coach Ed DeChellis, who led Penn State to the NCAA tournament this year, resigned Monday to take the vacant job at Navy.
The U.S. Naval Academy said Thursday that three more midshipmen have been expelled for using or possessing synthetic marijuana, bringing the total number of dismissals to 11 so far this year.
The new commander of the USS Enterprise on Thursday promised karaoke and video games to boost crew morale instead of the raunchy videos that cost one officer his command and forced another to delay his retirement.
A look at some noted scandals involving the U.S. military