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All American Hearts

Joe Baddick lost his son, Sgt. Andrew J. Baddick, an 82nd Airborne Divison paratrooper who sacrificed himself to save a fellow solder in Iraq on September 29, 2003.

Pizza 4 Patriots!

Pizzas4Patriots together with UNO's plan to dish out 10,000 pizzas to U.S. service men and women in Afghanistan on America's largest pizza eating day of the year - Super Bowl Sunday.

Court Orders Immediate Halt to Gay Military Ban

In a brief two-page order, a three-judge panel of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco said the "don't ask, don't tell" policy must be lifted now that the Obama administration has concluded it's unconstitutional to treat gay Americans differently under the law.

Inside the Capture of Osama Bin Laden

Helicopters descended out of darkness on the most important counterterrorism mission in U.S. history. It was an operation so secret, only a select few U.S. officials knew what was about to happen.

Rep. Jim Moran loses his cool

Tensions were high at an emergency town hall meeting held Rep Jim Moran (D-VA) last Thursday, April 7th to address concerns regarding a potential government shutdown. Frustrated constituents shouted from the audience, asking the congressman to work longer hours and through the upcoming two week holiday break. A large number of federal workers live in Moran's Northern Virginia district.

Does He Have Blood on His Hands?

The Pastor slipped from national headlines once again until March 20th of this year when he held a “mock trial” finding the holy book of Islam “guilty.” Following the verdict his church streamed live online the burning of a Qur’an and promoted it on Facebook.

U.S. Commander: Taliban 'Not on the Ropes Yet'

The Taliban is far from defeated and will soon shift tactics towards political assassinations, according to the number two American general in Afghanistan.

At a Pentagon briefing Tuesday, Lt. Gen. David Rodriguez, head of the NATO Joint Command and Deputy Commander of U.S. Forces in Afghanistan, pointed to valuable progress made this year, but said "the Taliban's not on the ropes yet."

Officials Scramble to Review Emerging Afghan War Documents for 'Damage'

As if the release of more than 75,000 classified documents on the Afghanistan war weren't enough, the whistleblower group behind the leak said Monday that another 15,000 are on the way -- sending officials scrambling to screen the documents as they emerge for "potential damage" to U.S. security.