In the wake of Superstorm Sandy, thousands of New York City students are relocating to temporary schools, but for these troubled Brooklyn teens, their high school is more than just a building, it’s a second home
Another victim of superstorm Sandy’s devastation in New York: laboratory animals representing years of critical medical research.
Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly used his Facebook page to announce the Tuesday passing of 90-year-old code talker George Smith.
Various yardsticks suggest the U.S. military — or at least the officer corps, which accounts for 17% of the 1.4 million–strong active-duty force — leans Republican.
The nation’s 24 million troops and veterans account for …
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The proposition is likely to pass but some experts say it may be flawed and may not be helpful to victims
The American calibration of threats-vs.-the-forces-to-deal-with-those-threats has been a Battleland focus since the Cold War’s end two decades ago.
We remain somewhat dumbfounded by the seeming inability of the nation to …
A TIME journalist and resident of the battered borough reports on the relief efforts—and the search for priceless mementos
As hard-hit states scramble with contingency plans, officials promise that election day will go on—but not without hitches
FOB SHANK, AFGHANISTAN — The afternoon was quiet and hot, and the men of 3rd Platoon, Bravo Company, 2nd Battalion, 27th Infantry Regiment were standing guard and shoveling rocky dirt into sandbags. Suddenly the heavy chatter of …
While attention has been focused on other parts of the city, Staten Island—the second largest borough in terms of geographical size—continues to reel from the effects of the storm.
Con Ed has described the outage in New York to be the most devastating in its history. A look at why restoring power is so complicated.
The Air Force loves radar. It uses on the ground, in the air, and even in space to track its own, as well as enemy, armor, planes and missiles. It helps win wars.
The Air Force has begun investing in a new kind of radar. …