For years, the U.S. military has been using drones in Afghanistan to monitor suspicious activity and hunt down terrorists, but soon the unmanned aerial robots could flying the friendly skies above New Jersey.
An Assembly-approved bill to help military spouses with out-of-state teaching licenses find work in New Jersey has been advanced by a Senate panel. The legislation would require the State Board of Education to establish a procedure for the issuance of a temporary instructional certificate to a nonre…
U.S. defense officials say Gen. John Allen, the top U.S. commander in Afghanistan, has been cleared of allegations of sending potentially inappropriate emails to a civilian woman linked to the sex scandal that ousted David Petraeus as CIA director.
White House officials say they are considering leaving no American troops in Afghanistan after the end of combat in December 2014, although the administration remains committed to preventing the country from becoming a haven for al-Qaida.