Today on The Sidney Wood Show, we discussed the current controversy with Syria. U.S. officials have stated that the United States could release missiles on Syria as early as this Thursday. The controversy started when […]
According to CBSNEWS.com, (CBS News) The U.S. Military is making one of the biggest policy changes in its history. CBS News learned Tuesday the Defense Department is lifting its ban on women serving in combat. […]
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.
GAINESVILLE, Ga. (AP) – Authorities say a U.S. Marine from northeast Georgia is recovering after being severely injured by a blast from a roadside bomb in Afghanistan. The Times of Gainesville reports (http://bit.ly/xVq2PU) that part […]
ATLANTA (AP) — A U.S. citizen kidnapped by gunmen in Nigeria’s oil-rich southern delta returned to Georgia on Sunday after being held captive for a week, his family said. William Gregory Ock arrived in Atlanta […]
Live from Wednesday WindDown, Cynthia McKinney called in from Tripoli, Libya to discuss the turmoil overseas. Click the link below to hear this exclusive interview …
North and South Korea exchanged artillery fire Tuesday after the North shelled an island near their disputed sea border, killing at least two South Korean marines, setting dozens of buildings ablaze and sending civilians fleeing […]
Amnesty International is calling on the U.S. to prosecute former President George W. Bush if it turns out he authorized waterboarding.
In his second address from the Oval Office, President Obama formally ended the U.S. combat role in Iraq after 7 years.