Napoleon said an army “marches on its stomach.” While nourishment and sustenance are all well and good, after a couple of months in the sandbox even the most gung-ho U.S. soldier begins hankering for something other than
U.S. voters head to the polls today to pick the next President, but many Americans will be faced with a host of other weighty choices, from the legality of gay marriage and recreational marijuana to the future of the death penalty and immigration reform.
Amid epically long lines at gas stations and pervasive fear and panic among drivers in areas hit hard by Hurricane Sandy, entrepreneurs have jumped into action.
November is Military Family Month, so we might as well take a moment to acknowledge the brats that are a key part of such homefront military units.
Brat is an affectionate term — some believe it’s a long-ago acronym for …
After more than 50 years of sailing the world’s oceans, the aircraft carrier USS Enterprise came home Sunday to Norfolk at the end of her final voyage. She leaves the active-duty fleet Dec. 1.
…to vote. It beats coups (most days).
Tom Brady is the gifted quarterback of the New England Patriots, widely regarded (even by Jets’ fans) as one of the best ever at his position.
War begets acronyms.
You knew we were in trouble when roadside bombs became “improvised explosive devices” early in the Iraq war. IEDs have gotten so bad that the Army is planning an OCP TECD next week. That’s an …
Communities up and down the eastern American seaboard—in particular the greater New York City area—begin picking up the pieces following Hurricane Sandy, the historic storm that left at least 110 dead, plunged half of …
Bay Head is on the Jersey Coast that is ground zero for Sandy’s destruction. Despite its privileges, the town has had trouble getting federal and state assistance
This election cycle has been so contentious, divisive, and relentless that most Americans will breathe a sigh of relief once it’s over.
This is definitely from the future: a guy, using the power of his mind, literally, to control a bionic leg and climb a skyscraper in Chicago — all 103 floors, if you can believe it.