It has turned into a day for grilling, beach parties, backyards and mattress sales, but Memorial Day is so much more than a day off from work.
Nick Irving, an author and former Army Ranger sniper, praised CIA Director nominee Gina Haspel, calling on critics to acknowledge she helped stop attacks on Americans after 9/11.
The City College of New York (CCNY) chapter of the Young Democratic Socialists of America (YDSA) is demanding that the school remove its Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) program from campus.
A motorcycle dealership will not be fined for flying military flags after a warning citation from a Jacksonville, Florida, city employee led to a verbal altercation with a veteran.
Retired Army Special Forces Officer Michael Waltz said Wednesday that if U.S. troops leave their mission in Syria destroy the Islamic State, "we will have ISIS 3.0."
White House Deputy Press Secretary Hogan Gidley said Monday that the construction of a border wall is a major victory for Americans in the latest piece of legislation pushed by President Donald Trump.
A high school student who had received death threats for recording his teacher's anti-military rant said Thursday that he's happy the school board fired the teacher, and that "nobody deserves to be hurt."
President Trump said he is still hoping to hold a military parade in Washington, D.C. this coming Veterans Day.
The chairman of a charity that helps Gold Star Families, as well as a Gold Star wife and a corporate sponsor, joined "Fox & Friends" to preview what they called the "most patriotic race" of the year for NASCAR.
Defense Secretary James Mattis said Wednesday the Pentagon will submit proposals to the White House for holding a military parade called for by President Trump.
Rep. Duncan Hunter (R-Calif.) called out Congress for a lack of progress in passing a long-term budget deal, which has left the U.S. military operating under stopgap spending.
A California high school student who recorded his teacher bashing the U.S. military spoke out Thursday on "Fox & Friends."