Robert O'Neill says his role in the killing was "a difficult secret to keep"
Almost 20,000 people petitioned the company to stop
He plays the most lethal sniper in American military history
Navy veteran Chuck Shrump, 63, and his wife Debby Shrump, 53, live Washington, Pennsylvania. Their daughter Alyssa, 21, is a third-class petty officer stationed...
Before the San Francisco Giants played the Washington Nationals in Game 2 of the National League Division Series
An intrepid explorer is returned home
The Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments finds the war has cost up to $930 million so far
Headquarters unit from the storied division to coordinate U.S. efforts to tackle the disease
Pessimism about success of Iraqi mission growing, with almost 60% saying the war was not very or not at all successful, up from 31% in 2013
Pentagon insists they're assessing, advising and assisting—but not attacking
General Tweaks Obama’s Iraq Plan If the U.S.-led effort to “degrade and destroy” ISIS falls short, Army Gen. Martin Dempsey, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of...
The other pilot was quickly recovered
The State Department says the landing was the result of a "bureaucratic issue"
It looks increasingly like the U.S. will start attacking targets there
Demonstrations calling for the Prime Minister’s resignation enter their third week with three people killed and 400 wounded over the weekend
FBI Probes Photo Hack The FBI said it was addressing allegations that online accounts of several celebrities, including Jennifer Lawrence, had been hacked,...
No timeline set for the investigation
If he couldn’t tend to the coasts, why’d the Army think he could handle the Taliban?
The Grammy-winning guitarist told Conan he's more than happy to see his 2003 anthem become a folk music phenomenon
The captain of the Blue Angels squadron was reprimanded for "anti-gay slurs and sexually-charged language"