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East Roundup: Versatile Penn State Offense Overwhelms Iowa

East Roundup: Versatile Penn State Offense Overwhelms Iowa

Penn State’s Saquon Barkley jumping over Iowa’s Brandon Snyder in the No. 20 Nittany Lions’ 41-14 victory. Barkley had 211 all-purpose yards.
Scott Dayton Identified as First American to Die in Syria Combat

Scott Dayton Identified as First American to Die in Syria Combat

Senior Chief Petty Officer Scott C. Dayton, who lived in Woodbridge, Va., was killed by an improvised bomb on Thursday in northern Syria.
Scott Dayton Identified as First American to Die in Syria Combat

Scott Dayton Identified as First American to Die in Syria Combat

Senior Chief Petty Officer Scott C. Dayton, who lived in Woodbridge, Va., was killed by an improvised bomb on Thursday in northern Syria.

U.S. Demands Return of Drone Seized by Chinese Warship

American officials said they were still trying to determine whether the taking of the unmanned ship in the South China Sea was a low-level action or a strategic order.
News Analysis: Muted U.S. Response to China’s Seizure of Drone Worries Asian Allies

News Analysis: Muted U.S. Response to China’s Seizure of Drone Worries Asian Allies

President Obama at a news conference last week. Across Asia, diplomats and analysts said they were perplexed at the inability of the Obama administration to devise a strong response to China’s seizing
Chinese Navy Returns Seized Underwater Drone to U.S.

Chinese Navy Returns Seized Underwater Drone to U.S.

The drone was launched by the Bowditch, an American ship, last week. Since the Pentagon demanded the return of the device, officials from the United States and China have verbally sparred over the
After Decades Out of View, Navy Deserter Hopes to Rally a New Antiwar Generation

After Decades Out of View, Navy Deserter Hopes to Rally a New Antiwar Generation

Craig W. Anderson at home in Las Vegas last month. Mr. Anderson was one of the “Intrepid Four,” a group of seamen who deserted in Japan during the Vietnam War.
A Maverick Former Japanese Prime Minister Goes Antinuclear

A Maverick Former Japanese Prime Minister Goes Antinuclear

Former Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi of Japan in September. Although he supported nuclear power during his run as prime minister from 2001 to 2006, Mr. Koizumi now actively opposes it.
American Destroyer Fires Warning Shots at Iranian Boats

American Destroyer Fires Warning Shots at Iranian Boats

The United States guided missile destroyer Mahan in the Mediterranean in 2013.
Raid in Yemen: Risky From the Start and Costly in the End

Raid in Yemen: Risky From the Start and Costly in the End

Officials, including Senator Chris Coons of Delaware, left Washington for Dover Air Force Base on Wednesday to meet the family of an American commando killed in Yemen.
Raid in Yemen: Risky From the Start and Costly in the End

Raid in Yemen: Risky From the Start and Costly in the End

Officials, including Senator Chris Coons of Delaware, left Washington for Dover Air Force Base on Wednesday to meet the family of an American commando killed in Yemen.

Admiral and 8 Other Navy Officers Indicted on Bribery Charges

Prosecutors say a well-connected military contractor in Singapore traded luxury travel, lavish gifts and prostitutes for inside intelligence in a widening scandal.

Admiral and 8 Other Navy Officers Indicted on Bribery Charges

Prosecutors say a well-connected military contractor in Singapore traded luxury travel, lavish gifts and prostitutes for inside intelligence in a widening scandal.

Admiral and 8 Other Navy Officers Indicted on Bribery Charges

Prosecutors say a well-connected military contractor in Singapore traded luxury travel, lavish gifts and prostitutes for inside intelligence in a widening scandal.
Using Special Forces Against Terrorism, Trump Seeks to Avoid Big Ground Wars

Using Special Forces Against Terrorism, Trump Seeks to Avoid Big Ground Wars

Chadian soldiers carrying out a training operation led by a United States Special Forces trainer, right, in N’Djamena last week as part of an annual exercise.
Carl Clark, Black WWII Hero Who Was Denied Bravery Medal, Dies at 100

Carl Clark, Black WWII Hero Who Was Denied Bravery Medal, Dies at 100

Carl E. Clark receiving his medal in 2012, with Representative Anna G. Eshoo and Ray Mabus, the Navy secretary.
U.S. Reroutes Warships Toward Korean Peninsula in Show of Force

U.S. Reroutes Warships Toward Korean Peninsula in Show of Force

The aircraft carrier Carl Vinson and other warships during an exercise last month in the Philippine Sea. The Vinson and three guided-missile destroyers and cruisers are now heading toward the Korean
Aircraft Carrier Wasn’t Sailing to Deter North Korea, as U.S. Suggested

Aircraft Carrier Wasn’t Sailing to Deter North Korea, as U.S. Suggested

The Navy posted a photo of the U.S.S. Carl Vinson sailing Saturday in the Sunda Strait off the coast of Indonesia, thousands of miles southwest of the Korean Peninsula.
Aircraft Carrier Wasn’t Sailing to Deter North Korea, as U.S. Suggested

Aircraft Carrier Wasn’t Sailing to Deter North Korea, as U.S. Suggested

The Navy posted a photo of the U.S.S. Carl Vinson sailing Saturday in the Sunda Strait off the coast of Indonesia, thousands of miles southwest of the Korean Peninsula.
Commander Takes Responsibility for Confusion Over Aircraft Carrier

Commander Takes Responsibility for Confusion Over Aircraft Carrier

Adm. Harry B. Harris Jr. testified about security challenges in the western Pacific at a House Armed Services Committee hearing on Wednesday.