One organization has produced more business owners than any other single institution in the nation: The U.S. Military.
A U.S. Marine Corps horse who served during some of the bloodiest fighting of the Korean War has been posthumously decorated for bravery.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte declared a unilateral cease-fire with communist guerrillas effective immediately Monday and asked the rebels to do the same to end decades of deadly violence and foster the resumption of peace talks.
During his 2,500 mile "Patriot Honor Ride," Gary West will fold and fly 16 U.S. flags, each one dedicated to a "Folds of Honor" recipient family.
Is it fair to jail a former Army sergeant who truly believed he was protecting fellow soldiers from a Taliban bomber when he shot at firefighters responding to a fire in his apartment?
Missoula and America said goodbye Monday to a quiet hero in ground-shaking fashion as the penultimate Doolittle Raider from World War II was laid to rest.
June 25, 1950: North Korea surprised the U.S. military with an attack that almost swept U.S. and South Korean forces off the Korean peninsula.
The 1973 War Powers Resolution Law granted the president authorization to deploy combat forces overseas, but there were restrictions that presidents found unreasonable.