It’s beginning to feel a lot like the 1860s — and not just because Steven Spielberg’s Lincoln opened nationwide this past weekend.
I spent nearly a quarter-century in the Army, serving with David Petraeus. No, I didn’t know him, but like every retired female Army officer I have heard the question repeatedly over the past week: what do I think of the whole …
The U.S. Army is shipping some high-tech stuff off to Afghanistan, apparently for the war effort, even as troops have begun coming home. They won’t say a word about it, but are talking about the custom-built shipping cases they …
A 26-ship fleet of U.S. Navy and Japanese Maritime Self Defense Force vessels steams in the East China Sea at the end of exercise Keen Sword 2013 Nov. 16.
If you didn’t watch the 40th American Music Awards last night, it’s easy enough to look at a list of who won what.
While the storm devastated the popular vacation spot, it also unearthed a decades-old schooner buried beneath the sand dunes.
New reports implicate an additional brand of energy drinks in deaths.
Social media and big data are being used in an innovative new payday loan banking model that’s more Silicon Valley than Wall Street.
With rising tuition rates, the cost of attending college might be more than what many students and parents anticipated when they began saving for a college education.