President Barack Obama will deliver his first State of the Union address tonight before Congress. The World's Jason Margolis tells us what the President might say, and what some counter terrorism experts say he should say.
The US is on the verge of a major upgrade to one of the core components of its nuclear triad: The B61 gravity bomb. Decades old, the new bombs would have selective yields and enhanced guidance systems. But does this break a promise President Barack Obama made in 2009?
As part of the drawdown of forces in Afghanistan, the Pentagon is cutting the number of cooked meals offered to troops from four to two. Anchor Carol Hills speaks with army veteran, David Brown, who writes under the name D.B. Grady.
Veterans' post-traumatic stress may have less to do with what fighters see on the battlefield and more with the kind of society the soldiers return to. That's what veteran war correspondent Sebastian Junger believes after researching the topic and talking to veterans of America's wars.
Britain is one of the nations sending assistance to Nepal after an earthquake devastated the center of the country on April 25. Many of the soldiers sent by the UK are at a distinct advantage to those from other countries. They are Nepalis themselves: the Gurkhas.
When Army veteran Ron Capps first exhibited symptoms of post traumatic stress he was unsure about what to do and where to turn. We take a look at his journey to get help and talk and speak with a military psychiatrist about the path to diagnosis and treatment of PTSD.
In northeast Nigeria, Boko Haram is hiding in plain sight, so thousands of citizens there have formed their own vigilante group for protection. The idea is to do what the Nigerian military can't seem to do: root out the extremists