The last person who should ever get into a war of words is Matt Valdez, producer of the Junkies. But that’s exactly what he found himself in after taking a cheap jab at one of his heroes, Ken Pomeroy, and those words found their way to the renowned basketball guru. Read/listen to how this very viscous saga unfolded across multiple platforms.
A recent Gallup poll suggests that as many as 53 percent of all Americans feel the war in Iraq was a mistake.
The Commerce Department has announced a proposed agreement on fresh tomatoes imported from Mexico that would strengthen anti-dumping enforcement and reset minimum wholesale prices.
With the war in Afghanistan winding down after 11 years, President Barack Obama says the time is right for U.S. forces to let Afghans do their own fighting.
While the death toll from the Israel-Gaza conflict has mounted, Hezbollah has offered quiet words of encouragement to the Palestinians, pledging support and calling on Arab states to send them weapons to fight Israel. But beyond that, the Lebanese militant group appears to be staying firmly on the sidelines.
In the PBS American Experience documentary “Death and the Civil War” premiering Tuesday night, bloated Union and Confederate bodies are shown scattered on battlefields and in trenches and bleached skulls and body parts are stacked like cordwood.
In the first tally of its kind, a federal investigative agency has calculated that at least 719 people, nearly half of them Americans, were killed working on projects to rebuild Iraq following the U.S. invasion in 2003.
A Marine who sustained a brain injury and lost all four limbs while deployed in Iraq and Afghanistan has chosen a major Civil War battle site in Virginia for his new home.
A study conducted by Monmouth University in New Jersey finds that Americans support some drone use.
Suicides are surging among America’s troops, averaging nearly one a day this year — the fastest pace in the nation’s decade of war.