Marc Alan Lee was the first US Navy SEAL to be killed in Iraq.
As Iraqi troops and pro-government militiamen prepare to retake the ISIS-held town of Ramadi, Lt. Col. Oliver North (Ret.) warned that the involvement of powerful, Iran-backed Shiite Muslim militias could cause major problems.
According to a new report, ISIS has closed the gates of a dam in Ramadi, the city the terror group seized last month.
Retired Gen. Stanley McChrystal said today that simply sending new weapons to the Iraqi forces is not going to make the difference in the battle against ISIS. Defense Secretary Ashton Carter said the problem has been the lack of will by Iraqi soldiers to fight ISIS. Carter said the Iraqi forces "vastly outnumbered" ISIS in Ramadi, yet withdrew.
The brother of “American Sniper” Chris Kyle was on "Fox and Friends" today, where he reacted to the White House dismissing the fall of Ramadi as a “minor setback.”
Fox News strategic analyst Lt. Col. Ralph Peters (Ret.) believes it's no accident that the Obama administration is just now releasing new documents seized in the raid on Usama bin Laden’s Abbottabad, Pakistan compound.
The mother of the first Navy SEAL to be killed in the Iraq War reacted on "Hannity" to ISIS gaining control of Ramadi after Iraqi government forces abandoned the city.
On "Special Report" tonight, Charles Krauthammer reacted to how the Obama administration is responding to the fall of Ramadi to ISIS.
Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) reacted on "Your World" to ISIS reportedly gaining control of Ramadi after Iraqi government forces abandoned the city.
Fox News military analyst Lt. Col. Oliver North (Ret.) accused the White House of trying to "censor the news" as ISIS reportedly advances into the Iraqi city of Ramadi.
Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) lambasted the nation's top military commander on "America's Newsroom" this morning. Speaking at a news conference yesterday, Gen. Martin Dempsey, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, was asked about reports that the city of Ramadi, Iraq, is in danger of falling to ISIS.
Marc Allen Lee, 28, was killed in Ramadi in Aug. 2006. His mother, Debbie Lee, called it "disgusting" that American sons and daughters gave their lives in areas of Iraq that are now back under al Qaeda control.