Army Captain Justin Fitch, who once considered suicide, has made it his new mission to combat veteran suicides.
A Connecticut man who said he was collecting money for Massachusetts veterans was arrested after being confronted by a police officer in Plainville on Friday.
Members of the military who smoke may soon find it tougher to buy cigarettes.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel says he’s reviewing whether the Pentagon should ban tobacco sales and smoking on bases and ships.
Foreign governments are stealing secrets in New England, many times with just a few clicks of a mouse.
Researchers at a U.S. military lab in Massachusetts are closing in on a pizza recipe that doesn’t require any refrigeration or freezing.
The goal of Operation Home Ties is to create portraits for the families of all Massachusetts service men and women who died after the Sept. 11 attacks.
Restaurants, retailers, and more are offering discounts to the nation’s veterans. In most cases, all they need is their military ID.
A man who was kicked out of the military for misconduct two years ago is facing explosives charges after allegedly igniting a pile of fireworks in Freetown.
On the steps of the State House, dozens of National Guard members lined up to march through the front doors, participating in a traditional ceremony that is reserved for military units returning from battle.
President Obama makes his case tonight for military action in Syria. A majority of Americans think a strike is a bad idea. What does the President have to say to convince you it’s the right course of action?