A pioneering antiviolence program in Chicago is built on a bond between gang members and veterans who have been to war. It's gaining national attention.
Veterans Day highlights the the sky-high dropout rates for veterans attending college. But new college 'boot camps' are helping vets transition to a new life of classroom debates and selfies.
Veterans from the post 9/11 wars in Iraq and Afghanistan want a monument, but is it too soon for a memorial if fighting continues?
A Vietnam vet from Florida called to inquire about a late disability payment and was told he was categorized as deceased. The case of mistaken identity was one among many in the Tampa Bay area.
The compressed natural gas station was supposed to help Afghanistan decrease their reliance on oil imports by building natural gas demand. But the Defense Department didn’t study whether this was actually feasible, according to a government watchdog.
Shotgun-wielding authorities eventually shot down the blimp over the Pennsylvania countryside. The wreckage is scattered in trees along a ravine in a secluded area with no roads leading directly to the site.
A US soldier was killed during the raid, the first American serviceman to die in Iraq since the United States ended combat operations in 2011.
Malaysian and US authorities allege that Kosovo native Ardit Ferizi provided a member of Islamic State with information about more than 1,000 US military and government personnel.
The White House has revised existing plans to withdraw the majority of troops from Afghanistan by the end of the Obama administration.