Soldiers of the 4th Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 2nd Infantry Division’s brigade commander and command sergeant major’s personal security detachment (!) get briefed Nov. 9 at Combat Outpost Khenjakak.
Who knew? How soon? And just how did they send so many pages of emails? The details continue get more complex — and sordid — in the adultery saga that started with former CIA director General David Petraeus
A U.S. Marine speaks with an Afghan Local Police commander during a meeting between the two forces in Khost village, Farah province, Nov. 2.
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Specialist Brett Hyde keeping guard over the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier during Hurricane Sandy, Oct. 29. Gives one chills, and a certain sense of pride, that troops honor their unknown compatriots at Arlington National Cemetery 24/7.
TIME and the Carnegie Corporation of New York are hosting a Google Hangout On Air this Friday at 12:00 pm (EST) to discuss the future of college.
For this week’s special issue on higher education, Amanda Ripley’s cover story …
Tuition keeps rising, but so does the need for more graduates
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Bet you can’t guess how this shorthand for Precision Strike Suite for Special Operations Forces is pronounced…
It’s cheaper to buy than rent in almost every major U.S. housing market, and over the long term home prices appear likely to rise substantially.
One year after the movement took hold in Zuccotti Park in lower Manhattan, the Occupy Wall Street demonstrators took to the streets Monday to prove their message still lives on.
Isaac has claimed at least two dozen lives in Haiti alone, and made landfall in New Orleans as a category 1 hurricane. Its arrival falls on the seventh anniversary of Hurricane Katrina.