USS Scranton received the Navy Unit Commendation award at Naval Station Norfolk.
A Virginia Beach business will no longer see military personnel coming through its doors.
A Navy investigation into two divers' deaths has two senior leaders facing charges. They will face a military court-martial on Tuesday.
A U.S. Navy spokesman says a Virginia Beach-based sailor was killed and seven others were injured during a training exercise at Fort Knox in Kentucky.
A former sailor has pleaded not guilty to additional charges that he passed top secret documents to individuals he believed represented the Russian government.
A Navy veteran accused of trying to spy for Russia has been indicted on new charges.
The Pentagon announced plans Tuesday to furlough about 680,000 of its civilian employees for 11 days through the end of this fiscal year.
The U.S. Navy launched the first unmanned aircraft from USS George H.W. Bush May 14.
History was made off the Virginia Coast Tuesday, in what was a very exciting moment in Naval Aviation.
An effort to revive a lawsuit seeking an additional $282.5 million from Sudan for the 2000 bombing of the USS Cole is in the hands of a federal appeals court
The Navy will permanently move five patrol coastal ships to Bahrain starting this summer.
A helicopter instructor pilot based in Norfolk, Va. is a proud recipient of the U.S. Navy's Woman of the Year Award for 2013.
The sacrifice by our troops is great. Military spouses are often the unsung heroes; the ones holding down the homefront so their spouse can serve.
The commanding officer of a Virginia Beach-based diving unit was relieved of his duties Wednesday, following an investigation into the drownings of two
A Navy report says a commanding officer in Illinois was removed from the job after humiliating three reservists in front of other sailors.
This lift was the last of the 162 superlifts hoisted on Gerald R. Ford (CVN 78).