President Obama addressed the growing problem in Iraq on the White House lawn today, telling Iraq’s leaders that “this should be a wake-up call” and to “solve their problems.”
Four American service members were wounded in South Sudan when gunfire hit their aircraft. The troops were trying to evacuate American citizens from a violent area of the war-torn nation.
Long distance love is staying strong through Christmas season for one solider and his wife.
The Pentagon is considering closing all U.S. commissaries, the stores that provide low-cost groceries and supplies for card-holding troops and veterans.
The revealing new book, “Double Down: Game Change 2012,” claims President Obama has been bragging to aides about the drone war.
It’s a random act of kindness that will restore your faith in humanity. A postal worker footed the bill to ship care packages overseas for a woman he had just met.
In tonight’s Talking Points Memo, O’Reilly blasted the President Obama and Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel for allowing payments to be stopped to the families of soldiers killed in Afghanistan.
On this Memorial Day weekend, as we remember the troops who fought to keep this nation safe, Governor Mike Huckabee tackled the issue of veteran suicides. He had a strong message for President Obama and for Americans, calling us all to remember the real heroes.
There’s a new Batman in town, or at least, in Bagram Air Field, Afghanistan.