Brian Kilmeade sat down with former President George W. Bush in Texas, where Bush is at a golf tournament for Wounded Warriors. He asked about ISIS, Iraq, Jeb Bush's possible presidential run.
Fox News' very own Molly Henneberg went skydiving this weekend in Virginia Beach with three Wounded Warriors at the NAS Oceana Air Show.
On Fox & Friends this morning, Elisabeth Hasselbeck welcomed her charity. Team RWB, to Fox and Friends.
There’s an inspiring sight to see on the roads and highways of America. One man is driving his antique tractor from coast-to-coast to raise money for the Wounded Warriors Project.
Putting up a flag for the Wounded Warrior Project may cost a Florida man $1,000 and if he doesn't pay it, the homeowners association has threatened to put a lien on his house.
One of our nation's most inspirational wounded warriors returned to Happening Now this afternoon to give us a glimpse of the documentary based on his amazing recovery. There will be a special screening of "Travis Mills: A Soldier's Story" in Times Square tonight.
On Fox & Friends this morning, we learned a little more about Elisabeth Hasselbeck's charity Team RWB, which works with wounded warriors as they make the transition from military to civilian life.
There are disturbing new revelations about the treatment of wounded troops recovering at Walter Reed Medical Center. The hospital has suspended meal tickets and reduced hours for its only café. The changes are apparently just the tip of the iceberg as the hospital struggles to cope with budget cuts.
Actor Gary Sinise and the Lt. Dan Band rocked out this weekend in Minneapolis to raise money for wounded veterans.
Two Marines, six weeks, 2,700 miles. Their mission? To walk from Camp Pendleton in California all the way to the nation's capital in Washington, D.C. All of it is what Marine veterans Adam Shatarsky and Chris Senopol are calling The Wounded Walk 2013, an effort to raise awareness for The Wounded Warrior Project.
Outrage is streaming in over a story about the way security personnel treated wounded warrior Retired Cpl. Nathan Kemnitz in Sacramento at the airport and state capital.
Thirteen of our nation's bravest service members who are among the most catastrophically injured in Iraq and Afghanistan joined America Live for a special interview on the Fourth of July.