Take a look at the process of hoisting a silver spire on top of One World Trade Center, bringing the iconic structure to its full, symbolic height of 1,776
A Marine pilot serving in Afghanistan had to miss his brother's wedding this week, but he definitely sent some wedding wishes from thousands of feet up in the
This month's gallery is filled with trips overseas, March Madness and an occasional soccer ball.
Flight attendants, pilots, federal air marshals and even insurance companies are part of a growing backlash to the Transportation Security Administration's new
Passengers reacted with shrugs but largely agreed with a new policy announced by the Transportation Security Administration that airline passengers will be
Still to be decided: how many troops will remain beyond 2014, when the U.S.-led combat mission is scheduled to end.
Ahead of the 2013 State of the Union, is America better off now than it was four years ago when President Barack Obama took office? It depends on the numbers
In this month's Company You Keep, Obama hangs with the Heat, a governor loses a bet and Panetta greets the Pope with a kiss.
The words on beams, walls and stairwells of the skyscraper that replaces the twin towers lost on Sept. 11, 2001, form the graffiti of defiance and rebirth.
The White House said Wednesday it will go ahead with Gen. John Allen's nomination to become commander of NATO forces in Europe.
Prince Harry's assertion that he has killed Taliban fighters while deployed as a helicopter gunner in Afghanistan drew intense media coverage in Britain on
Workers at the rising 1 World Trade Center on Tuesday installed the first piece of the spire that will make the 104-floor skyscraper the tallest in the Western
President Barack Obama and Afghan President Hamid Karzai said Friday they have agreed to speed up slightly the schedule for moving Afghanistan's security
The Obama administration says it might leave no troops in Afghanistan after December 2014, an option that defies the Pentagon's view that thousands of troops
The bill includes cuts in defense spending that the president and congressional Republicans agreed to in August 2011, along with the end of the war in Iraq and
The U.S. Army said Wednesday it will seek the death penalty against the soldier accused of killing 16 Afghan villagers in a predawn rampage in March.