Erich von Manstein surveys his domain, a battlefield in Russia. A master strategist at work. And a man who lacks adequate moral compass.FULL STORY
Puritans had a radical impact on America by insisting on the right to worship as they saw fit, provoking colonists oppressed by Puritanism to seek the same.FULL STORY
Breaking: Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel is stepping down amidst growing concerns over U.S. handling of global unrest.FULL STORY
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These photos circulated the internet during the height of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Warrior is bringing them back to give you a smile.FULL STORY
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More airstrikes were conducted against ISIS and the al-Qeada-affiliated Khorasan group over the past week. And we have the footage.FULL STORY
"The scene was dreadful beyond the reach of language." This is how John Paul Jones described the unspeakable condition of his ship Bonhomme Richard after more than two brutal hours of close combat with the British warship Serapis. Exaggerating, he wasn't.FULL STORY
As traffic to and from Europe increased during World War II, the German Navy began to engage in submarine warfare. In response, the Army Air Force developed a "Snooper" program with black-painted, consolidated B-24 bombers to make Allied ocean crossing safer.FULL STORY
America's greatest publisher, Henry R. Luce, launched America's greatest magazine, Life, on this date in 1936. The magazine thrived as a weekly for nearly four decades, coming into its own with its coverage of war. Shown above, a Vietnam photo by Larry Burrows published in Life in 1966.FULL STORY
In the final hours of Lee Harvey Oswald’s life, after the president had been assassinated, his intended whereabouts—and the reasons behind his maneuvers—remain unclear.FULL STORY
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