Military Judge Removes Prosecutor from Navy SEAL War Crimes Case
A military judge took the rare step to remove a prosecutor accused of misconduct from the Edward Gallagher war crimes case .
Navy SEAL Charged with War Crimes Released Pending Trial
The judge said releasing Gallagher was a remedy for prosecutors interfering with his Sixth Amendment right to counsel.
Navy SEAL Seeks to Toss Slaying Case over Withheld Evidence
Among the evidence apparently kept from the defense were results of a polygraph exam Gallagher was given.
SEAL's Trial Delayed as Defense Seeks Info on Email Snooping
Lawyers defending Special Operations Chief Edward Gallagher want the judge in the case removed.
SEAL's Lawyer Wants Prosecutor, Judge Booted Off Murder Case
Republican congressmen have championed Gallagher's cause, claiming he's an innocent war hero being unfairly prosecuted.
Defense Seeks Pause in Navy SEAL Case While Probing Spying
Lawyers for Lt. Jacob Portier also asked a judge to hold a public hearing into the intrusion and the extent of its impact.
Military Prosecutors Accused of Sending Spying Software to SEAL's Defense Team, Reporter
Prosecutors installed tracking software in emails in an effort to find who was leaking information in the case.
FBI Informant Helped Nab Army Veteran Accused of Bomb Plot
Over the course of six weeks, the informant counseled, cautioned and coaxed Mark Domingo.
Suspect in Nazi Bomb Plot Kicked Out of Army
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US Officials: California Terror Plot by Army Veteran Stopped
A terror plot by an Army veteran who converted to Islam was thwarted, federal prosecutors said Monday.
Air Force Officer Charged with Soliciting Graphic Photos
A U.S. Air Force officer who served on the presidential security detail faces a possible court-martial in Texas.
Missile-alert Mistake Feeds Doubts About a Real Emergency
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"This is the new normal," Gov. Jerry Brown warned Saturday after surveying damage from the deadly Ventura County fire.
Oscar Winner Shields Bergdahl Interviews from US Lawyers
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