Rep. Kyrsten Sinema (D-Ariz.) is taking criticism after a years-old video surfaced showing her implying that her home state produced "crazy" and promising to advise liberal activists on how to "stop your state from becoming Arizona."
State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert confronted a reporter who asked whether she should apologize on behalf of the United States government for "dictating" and effecting regime change in places like Iraq.
The Huffington Post published an op-ed mulling over whether serving in the American military makes soldiers racists.
A United States Marine Corps veteran who suffers from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder said his employer won't let him come to work with his service dog.
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Donald Trump doubled down on his harsh criticism of the Iraq War, saying it was "one of the great bad decisions of all time" and perhaps "the worst decision ever made in the history of our country."
An Iraq War veteran got up onstage to provide Donald Trump with a ringing endorsement yesterday at a rally in South Carolina.
Two documentary filmmakers discussed an ongoing project about American veterans suffering from PTSD following tours in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) appeared on "Fox News Sunday" to speak with Chris Wallace about a variety of topics, including the 2016, Hillary Clinton immigration reform.
A 19-year-old Nevada college student confronted Jeb Bush at an event in Reno yesterday, at one point claiming that "your brother created ISIS."
NBC Nightly News anchor Brian Williams is embroiled in controversy this morning after he recanted a story he'd told numerous times about being on a helicopter that was attacked in Iraq in 2003. Williams had claimed over the years that he was in an aircraft that was shot down by RPG fire.
In a new report, The New York Times claims the Pentagon withheld information on chemical weapons in Iraq. The report alleges that U.S. and Iraqi troops repeatedly encountered the dangerous materials - leftover from the Iran-Iraq War in the 80s - and in some cases, were wounded by the munitions.