When Russia sent shells raining down on Georgia, it seemed initially as if Vladimir Putin was savagely pursuing what he saw as Russian national interests. Moscow claimed Georgian aggression against Russian loyalists in South Ossetia and has objected to both Georgia’s bid to join NATO and the Pentagon’s arming and training of the Georgian military
Julie Cherie Rodriguez died in her sleep last week at the University of Colorado Medical Center in Denver. Only 2 years old, Julie made surgical history by living for a record 13 months after a liver transplant, the most difficult organ transfer yet attempted
From the invasion of Afghanistan until last summer, the U.S. military had lost 761 soldiers in combat there
The U.S. invasion of Haiti would commence not with the blazing of guns but with the quiet ripples of Navy SEALS making their way ashore.
It has become virtually an article of faith among America’s chattering class that the Western intervention in Libya cannot be considered a success unless Muammar Gaddafi is removed from power.
The voice on the phone call emerged presumably from the highly-fortified bunker in the center of Tripoli.
A small, rural town in the hills of New Hampshire was jolted by a home invasion over the weekend that left a mother dead and her young daughter severely injured.
The days of being able to walk through airport security checkpoints while wearing shoes and a jacket could return if an experimental program proves successful, some Department of Homeland Security officials say. The Homeland Security-funded project is Future Attribute Screening Technology, or FAST
When President Obama gave a Medal of Honor to Sgt. 1st Class Jared Monti’s family this week, it was just the sixth time the nation’s highest medal for valor has been awarded to a hero of the current conflicts.