Police in Albuquerque said they were questioning a suspect in the stabbing of four choir members, two of whom were critically wounded, at a Catholic church.
Chadian President Idriss Deby says he's withdrawing his troops from Mali, where they've been helping the French battle Islamist insurgents.
A federal prosecutor told a jury in Connecticut Monday a man accused of setting a house fire that killed three people was secretly recorded saying he did it.
A new low-rate production contract for secure radios has been given to Thales Communications Inc. for the U.S. Army's Nett Warrior program.
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Police in Maryland say a drunk driving suspect essentially turned himself in when he drove into the back parking lot of a police station.
The U.S. Army has given Thales Communications Inc. a second low-rate production order for AN/PRC-154 Rifleman radios.
Any U.S. effort in the conflict in Mali needs to center on the government in policy that doesn't give al-Qaida room to grow, a defense official said.
The U.S. Defense Department is constantly working with industry and international partners to counter various threats to the country, security officials said.
Thales Communications Joint Tactical Radio has gained U.S. military certification for the Ultra High Frequency satellite communications Integrated Waveform.