Noah Oppenheim, the president of NBC News, said in a statement that NBC employees escaped unharmed, and expressed “deepest sympathies” to the driver’s family and loved ones.
War is personal. And in Syria, after eight years of a grinding conflict, there are as many stories of loss, dispossession and desperate hope as there are people.
India has called on the United States to investigate Pakistan’s alleged use of American-made F-16 jets during an aerial engagement last month that brought the two nuclear armed neighbors to the brink of conflict.
Indian and Pakistani soldiers again targeted each other’s posts and villages along their volatile frontier in disputed Kashmir, killing at least six civilians and wounding six others, officials said Saturday.
Kim Jong Un said he is ready to sit down again with President Donald Trump — but also warned the United States against imposing more sanctions.
The U.S.. has lost more than 2,400 soldiers in its longest war, and has spent more than $900 billion on everything from military operations to the construction of roads, bridges and power plants.
The head of the Organization of American States has joined President Donald Trump in holding out the threat of a military intervention in Venezuela to restore democracy and ease the country’s humanitarian crisis.
It’s a paper route not for the faint of heart. An upcoming film has captured the herculean effort to make sure U.S. troops can keep up with the news from home, even in the most remote and dangerous combat zones.
The National Park Service is asking the public to weigh in on two possible locations for an Operation Desert Storm memorial.
In the video from the Syrian American Medical Society (SAMS) hospital in Aleppo, the crying boy, who is bleeding from his head and has clothes covered in dust, hugs the nurse and doesn’t let go.
Which band was the last to play with Jimi Hendrix? Hint: They’re about to “low ride” into The Birchmere.
A Virginia retreat is helping combat veterans recover from the psychological and physical scars of war through yoga, archery and group and family therapy.
The Obama Administration announced Tuesday that it\’s planning to deploy 200 more U.S. combat troops to Iraq, prompting one military expert to predict that this is likely the start of \”an expanded American role\” that
could increase to \”a few thousand\” more Americans on the ground before it\’s over.
Not all wounds are visible. A local couple opens up about the physical and mental effects of war.
A new technology can stop hemorrhaging in seconds on the battlefield.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.