A touching photo of a military dog who was injured in a bomb explosion in Afghanistan that shows him recovering in a hospital bed with a Purple Heart medal is going viral.
A victim of the 2009 Fort Hood shooting said on "Fox and Friends Weekend" today that tragedies like what happened in Chattanooga on Thursday could be prevented if U.S. service members were allowed to carry firearms on bases and at military centers.
Victims of the 2009 Fort Hood terror attack will be awarded Purple Hearts from the U.S. Army today.
Victims of the 2009 Fort Hood terror attack will be awarded Purple Hearts from the U.S. Army, Catherine Herridge reported today on "Happening Now."
At a memorial service in Fort Hood, Texas, President Obama joined the military and families of the fallen soldiers last week’s shooting.
Ainsley Earhardt reported from Fort Hood, Texas, this morning as investigators focus their attention on a possible verbal altercation between the gunman at least one other soldier. Lt. Gen. Mark Milley told reporters at Fort Hood that there's a "strong possibility" that words were exchanged between Army Spc. Ivan Lopez.and another soldier or group of soldiers right before the shooting.
New photos have emerged of Wednesday’s alleged Fort Hood gunman, Army Spc. Ivan Lopez.
Officials have identified Wednesday’s alleged Fort Hood shooter as 34-year-old Army Spc. Ivan Lopez.
Fox News has exclusively obtained brand-new video of Fort Hood killer Nidal Hasan before the massacre.
Amid heavy security, the trial of accused Fort Hood shooter Nidal Hasan began today.
As the trial for Fort Hood shooter Major Nidal Hasan gets underway, victims and survivors like Sgt. Alonzo Lunsford are speaking out about the long-awaited justice that they hope will be delivered.
There's yet another outrageous report coming out about the government's treatment of accused Fort Hood shooter Nidal Hasan.
Sgt. Alonzo Lunsford has previously spoken out about the federal government refusing to classify the 2009 murder of 13 people at the Texas army installation as terrorism, instead classifying it as workplace violence. Lunsford was one of 30 people injured in the attack. The distinction means less medical care and benefits for victims and their families.
Now, reports indicate that Hasan has been paid $278,000 over the past three-and-a-half years as he awaits court-martial proceedings. The Defense Department said it cannot suspend Hasan's Army salary until he is found guilty.