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Latest Afghanistan Items
Maj. Chuck Larson's book is titled "Heroes Among Us" but "Unknown Heroes Among Us" might be more apt because it is unlikely that one in 100 Americans has heard of any of the highly decorated young men profiled by the author.
Who becomes a general — and why — tells us a lot about whether our military is on the right or wrong track.
"War is hell," said Civil War Gen. William T. Sherman, but its grim consequences are only a part of a traveling exhibition of combat photography called "The American Soldier."
Afghan treasures that survived the Taliban's rule have arrived at the National Gallery of Art, where a remarkable exhibition, opening tomorrow, testifies to their precious beauty.
Sunni preachers yesterday denounced the shooting of a Koran, Islam's holy book, by a U.S. sniper in Iraq after a series of apologies by military commanders and President Bush.
Nearly 227 years after the British defeat in the American Revolution, a British official came to Washington this week and declared that one of the leading American patriots who served as the second president of the United States was wrong about, of all things, democracy.
Members of the Gold Star Wives of America, women who have lost their husbands in military service, came to the District this Memorial Day weekend to be honored on Capitol Hill and to share their message of faith and determination.
Senate Republicans yesterday ignored President Bush´s threat to veto a war-spending package he considers bloated with domestic spending, joining Democrats to pass a historic expansion of GI college aid and $165 billion to pay for military operations in Iraq and Afghanistan into next spring.
TOKYO - Japan will release some of its huge stockpile of rice to help ease the global food crisis, sending some 20,000 tons to five African nations in coming weeks, a government official said yesterday.