With the names of the dead released, the depths of the tragedy begins to sink in and residents of the town wonder how they will cope with the loss
Only hours after a gunman took 20 of their children, a small town’s people turned to its religious leaders to begin the process of rebuilding their lives
After one of the deadliest shootings in American history, Newtown, Conn., begins its days of grieving.
A shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut Friday left the alleged gunman dead. Multiple media reports state that several students and faculty members were also killed, though nothing definitive has been reported.
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There’s a Wall Street Journal op-ed by Jack David saying latest North Korean missile launch proves Kim Jong-un won’t be a reformer and that — basically — anyone who still believes that is a dupe.
That’s specious logic in the …
When Marine General Anthony Zinni became chief of U.S. Central Command in 1997, he was stunned to find a Navy commander working for him dedicated to keeping track of Zinni’s schedule. “You’ve got to be kidding me,” Zinni …
There’s a view that politics and national security should be oil and water–that some iron rule of Washington should make the two impossible to mix.
The U.S. is sending a pair of Patriot anti-missile batteries, and some 400 troops to operate them, to protect NATO ally Turkey from any stray missiles from Syria. German and the Netherlands are slated to do the same.
This is …
Just when you thought Congress was utterly useless, here comes one of the great bipartisan legislative victories of our time: They turned down the volume on commercials.
Good-government groups and others without financial stakes involved have long criticized lawmakers for adding “earmarks” to defense bills – boosting certain accounts, or at least ordering the Pentagon to spend money on this …
Employee benefits are constantly evolving, and the trend line isn’t great for most workers.