Megan Welter served as a Signal Corps officer in the Iraq War. Now, she’s an Arizona Cardinals cheerleader.
Another legal setback for Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s crusade to regulate what New York City residents can eat and drink.
Ted Cruz is either being incredibly cynical as he deludes his fellow Republicans, or he’s living in a fantasy world.
Bradley Manning was acquitted of the most serious charge against him, but is still likely to spend most of his life in prison.
Congress really, really wants to give soldiers a 1.8 percent pay raise. Generals are begging them to hold it to 1 percent.
The Defense Department may have found the money to furlough its civilian workers fewer than 11 days.
Gay bars around the world are banning Russian vodka to protest the lack of gay rights in that country.
Bill and Hillary are not cool with Anthony and Huma’s recollection of the 1990s.
Bradley Manning will learn his fate at 1 pm tomorrow. He’s guilty.
The Army is fielding a new uniform to make ladies feel more soldierly.
The nation’s second largest broadcaster is balking at the prices to keep Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity on its air.
Colonel Bud Day, who earned a Medal of Honor leading Vietnam POWs, had died, aged 88 years.
Detroit is bankrupt, but that isn’t stopping the Red Wings from getting $400 million in taxpayer subsidies for their new stadium.
J.J. Cale, the Grammy-winning songwriter of such classics as “Cocaine” and “Call Me the Breeze,” has died aged 74.
A top Republican Senator blasts the plan by some of his colleagues to “defund” Obamacare.
In response to North Korean saber rattling and the rise of China, Japan is reassessing it’s military posture
Lindy Boggs, the Louisiana Congresswoman best known to many of us as Cookie Roberts’ mom, has died at the ripe old age of 97.
Anti-Assad forces are committing atrocities in Aleppo.
Army Staff Sergeant Ty Carter will be the fifth living recipient of the Medal of Honor from the Afghanistan-Iraq era.
The US backed Egyptian government is massacring supporters of the ousted democratically elected government.
ABC News selectively edited their interview with Juror B29 to give a false impression of what she said.