One motorcycle club hit the road to help the family of one of the five servicemen killed in the Chattanooga attack.
Fox News legal analyst Peter Johnson Jr. remembered the four Marines and one Navy sailor who were killed in the Chattanooga attack earlier this month.
Four Marines and one sailor who were killed in the Chattanooga shooting reportedly will only be eligible to receive Purple Heart awards if the FBI declares the shooter had ties to a terror organization.
In the wake of the Chattanooga shooting, everyday Americans are taking up arms to protect service members who are unable to arm themselves at military recruiting centers due to the controversial gun-free zones policy.
On "The Five" today, Greg Gutfeld reacted to the horrific Chattanooga attack, stating that Americans need to stop psychoanalyzing terrorists.
Sen. Joni Ernst (R-IA) told Neil Cavuto that President Obama's delay in ordering all flags be flown at half-staff at the White House and at U.S. federal buildings in honor of the Chattanooga attack victims is "inexcusable."
Following days of criticism, President Obama ordered all flags to be flown at half-staff at the White House and at U.S. federal buildings in honor of the victims of the Chattanooga attack.
The mother of one of the five servicemen killed in the Chattanooga attack last week said she has not heard from President Obama. Cathy Wells, mother of Lance Cpl. Skip Wells, was asked on "Hannity" whether she has heard from the commander-in-chief
Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke went after President Obama over the weekend for his "shoulder shrug" following the deaths of five U.S. servicemen in Chattanooga last week.
A TV host is making headlines for a viral rant in which she accused President Barack Obama of being more concerned with Muslim sensitivity than the sacrifice made by the servicemen killed in last week's Chattanooga shooting.
Greta Van Susteren said tonight that Chattanooga gunman Mohammed Youssef Abdulazeez is a terrorist and his deadly rampage cannot be blamed on his struggles with depression and drug abuse.
Former Assistant FBI Director Steve Pomerantz said on "America's News Headquarters" today that there is no way to totally eliminate the threat of lone wolf terror attacks.