Law enforcement agencies in New York cities of Binghamton, Johnson City and Endicott look to joining growing list wearing body cameras.
The US Border Patrol wants more female workers along the borders to assist with the growing number of female migrants entering the country.
Pittsburgh officials continue to discuss laws surrounding body cameras as city council approves $650,000 for expansion of camera program.
Pentagon's future weapons research efforts looks to keep U.S. technologically ahead of potential adversaries.
A Senate report on interrogation techniques used by the CIA against captured terrorism suspects post-9/11 is expected to cause unrest from terrorist groups.
Remington says CNBC's report on a Model 700 recall was "fundamentally inaccurate" and that the media outlet did not do its fact checking.
Various law enforcement agencies around the Fayetteville, N.C., area have used the Department of Defense's 1033 Program to enhance their force.
Alwyn Cashe died in November of 2005, just weeks after sacrificing himself to save six others from a burning vehicle in Iraq.
The Ground Combat Integrated Task Force is used to conduct individual level skills training among its population, which includes female Marines.
'Privacy issues' have delayed the deployment of body cameras within the San Jose Police Department for more than two years.
Two weeks after Chuck Hagel's resignation, President Barack Obama has nominated Pentagon veteran Ashton Carter as Secretary of Defense.
The Calhoun County Sheriff’s Office in Alabama is using social media to help get information out to members of the community.