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Topic - Seal
A jury in DeSoto County will hear the wrongful-death lawsuit brought by the family of a Navy SEAL killed during a training exercise at a northwest Mississippi shooting range.
As the U.S. media have focused on the Syrian civil war and Iran's elections, news organizations have failed to concentrate on what I consider a key player in the equation: Hezbollah, the Shiite militia.
Two groups of retired military personnel on Monday called on the House to launch a Watergate-style investigation of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks on the U.S. diplomatic post in Benghazi, Libya.
A House Republican introduced a resolution Thursday to award the Congressional Gold Medal to the two former Navy SEALs who were killed as they defended American diplomats and CIA officers from Islamic extremists in Benghazi, Libya, on Sept. 11.
The Navy SEAL who reportedly killed Osama bin Laden is now without health insurance and says he feels abandoned by his government.
A 25-year-old man was charged Sunday in the deadly shooting of Chris Kyle, a former Navy SEAL who was the author of "American Sniper," and another man at a Texas firing range.
The Navy's special warfare command granted permission for two SEALs to advise filmmakers for an upcoming movie about a doomed commando mission in Afghanistan.
Special operations commanders and some members of the Obama administration are courting the media with details on secret missions, such as the 2011 SEAL raid that killed al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden, to fit a political or public relations agenda, critics say.
While top military leaders publicly bash a former Navy SEAL for his book about the raid that killed Osama bin Laden, his foxhole comrades convey their displeasure in a more subtle way.
The killing of Osama bin Laden last year was referenced repeatedly this week at the Democratic National Convention. This is ironic, as President Obama, in denying requests for basic information about the raid, said he wasn't going to release the information because he didn't want to be seen as "spiking the football."
After decades of making history, Herbie Hancock is ready to tell it.
Heidi Klum moved to formally end her marriage Friday from singer Seal a little over two months after they separated.
Members of iconic the British comedy group Monty Python will reunite for a new film, a science-fiction farce, ex-Python Terry Jones said in comments published Thursday.
Talk show host Ellen Degeneres and "American Idol" judge Randy Jackson are hosting a star-studded gala in New Orleans to benefit Brad Pitt's Make It Right home rebuilding effort.
According to the Associated Press, the White House Correspondents' Association said Jimmy Kimmel will be the featured comedian at its 98th annual dinner next year.
In an interview with Esquire titled "The Man Who Killed Osama bin Laden … Is Screwed," the unnamed former SEAL told journalist Phil Bronstein that upon leaving the service in September 2012, he now has no health care or pension as he waits for disability benefits from the Department of Veterans Affairs.
"I left SEALs on Friday,"