A former Navy SEAL and combat swimmer said that the dangerous and harrowing rescue of a soccer team trapped in a flooded Thailand cave was comparable to climbing the tallest mountain in the world.
Marcus Luttrell, the U.S. Navy SEAL known for being portrayed as "The Lone Survivor" in Afghanistan, spoke about fallen SEAL Ryan Owens who was killed last week in Yemen.
A large special operations raid in Yemen resulted in the deaths of several terrorists and one U.S. Navy SEAL, Jennifer Griffin reported Monday.
U.S. officials confirmed this morning that a Navy SEAL has been killed fighting ISIS in northern Iraq.
Former Navy SEAL Brandon Webb and former Army Ranger Jack Murphy joined Megyn Kelly tonight to explain how everyday citizens can protect themselves from terrorist attacks.
Taya Kyle pushed back this morning against Jesse Ventura's newest comments, disputing the former Minnesota governor's assertions that she will not have to pay after Ventura won a defamation lawsuit against her late husband.
The U.S. Navy confirmed this week that it has launched an investigation into whether the former SEAL who killed Usama bin Laden revealed classified information.
The widow of "American Sniper" Chris Kyle pushed back against Jesse Ventura, telling Gretchen Carlson that she will indeed have to pay out of her own pocket after he won a defamation lawsuit against her late husband.
What can you do protect yourself and your family against a terrorist attack on American soil? Judge Jeanine Pirro discussed that Sunday night with Larry Yatch, who emphasized having a straightforward plan and making sure each member of your family knows what to do in an emergency.
The attorney for the widow of "American Sniper" author Chris Kyle joined Fox and Friends this morning after asking a judge to throw out a $1.8 million verdict won against the family by Jesse Ventura.
The parents of a U.S. Navy SEAL killed in action in 2011 took on President Obama in a scathing letter that demanded he resign from office. Billy and Karen Vaughn have spoken out in the past following the helicopter crash that killed their son along with 29 other Americans and eight Afghans
Chris Kyle's former roommate reacted on Fox and Friends to the jaw-dropping court victory by Jesse Ventura, who pursued a defamation lawsuit against one of most decorated U.S. soldiers of the post-9/11 wars.