NASCAR drivers Kurt Busch, Ryan Newman and Matt Kenseth all have their moments of angst and frustration over the course of a racing season.
A new documentary being shown out of competition at the Venice Film Festival explores the trauma of three U.S. war veterans who served in Iraq and how the military handled their cases.
As he winds down one war and escalates another, President Obama is struggling to win over the troops he's leading as commander in chief -- and military advocates say the real test will come as the nation approaches final timelines for withdrawal in Iraq and Afghanistan.
After he was wounded in Iraq, Joseph Bowser was told he could keep his right leg or have it amputated. If it were amputated, he was told, he would be able to keep doing all things he used to do.
Virginia's Shenandoah Valley was a secondary theater for most of the Civil War.
Maryland Science Center
Politicians, fresh pork and leftovers
Sometimes the advocates of socialized medicine claim that health care is too important to be left to the market. That's why some politicians are calling for us to adopt health-care systems such as those in Canada, the United Kingdom and other European nations. But the suggestion we would be better served with more government control doesn't even pass a simple smell test.
A bipartisan presidential commission yesterday delivered a report to President Bush on the embattled federal system that delivers heath care to wounded troops, urging a critical need for immediate "fundamental changes."