A Veteran And Now A Congressman, Van Huss Seeks To Limit Police Drones In Tennessee Tennessee lawmakers are preparing to take up a measure that seeks to restrict police agencies in the state from using unmanned drone aircraft and the sponsor is someone with experience piloting drones.
Too Much Truth Recap: Should Women Serve in Combat?
Website Lists Over 11,000 Deaths From Islamic Extremism In 2012As the world welcomes the year 2013, a new report tallies more than 11,000 people who died in the year 2012 at the hands of Islamic extremism.
Opinion: Our Veterans Should Not Be At Risk In Fiscal Cliff NegotiationsWhen the deal is being made to change the tax rates and cut the deficit we must remember to keep our commitment to our veterans.
Opinion: A Mad, Personal-Attacking, Interrupting Obama Loses Third Presidential DebateRomney won this debate in more ways than one – most impressively due to his dignified style.
Soldier Found Guilty Of Killing Army Roommates In Iraq A soldier has been found guilty by a court-martial in the 2010 slayings of two of his Army roommates in Iraq.
Trial Resumes For Ga. Soldier In Iraq Slayings A military jury at Fort Stewart is scheduled to resume hearing evidence in the trial of a soldier charged with killing his two Army roommates in Iraq.
Ft. Benning To Train Fewer Troops
Georgia Airmen Could Make History In IraqA group of airmen from Robins Air Force Base could make history in Iraq if they leave on the final plane out of the country.
President Obama Says "It's Time to Turn the Page"
Last U.S. Combat Troops Leave Iraq