U.S. military deaths in Afghanistan have skyrocketed under President Obama.
Commanding General Joseph Dunford discusses provocative comments from Afghanistan's president and the resulting increase in attacks on U.S. troops.
It's the question asked by Gold Star families -- the loved ones of our fallen -- when I meet them at funerals or public events.
Here are twelve comical but true resolutions that every liberal should make for 2013.
On the heels of a pivotal national election, I'd like to remind Americans that it is our troops' service and sacrifice that safeguards our precious right to cast those ballots and savor the freedoms that we hold dear. They represent the best of America.
The next president of the United States must do right by our men and women in uniform. Our troops put their lives on the line to protect our right to vote, but untold thousands of them were unable to cast their own ballots on Tuesday. For shame.
WARDAK PROVINCE, Afghanistan -- "If you leave here like you left Iraq, I am a dead man," says the blunt-speaking district governor. His district chief of police, a newly appointed civil judge and the chief of the Afghan Local Police detachment all nod their heads in assent. None of them is smiling.
When our Fox News team left for Afghanistan last week, there was a palpable sense of imminent calamity in the air.
Seeing as I will be in Afghanistan keeping company with our American heroes while you're debating their current commander in chief, this seems like a pretty good time to send you some of what I have heard them say.
25) "Don't fire until you see the whites of their eyes!" -- William Prescott at the Battle Of Bunker Hill
This Memorial Day, while you are enjoying your class reunion, family get-together, outdoor barbeque, or an extra day off work, please remember all the Bernie Deghands who died serving this great country so that you can enjoy the freedoms that have been bought and paid for with real lives of real people.
My old American Heritage Dictionary defines the word "theater," inter alia, as "a large geographic area in which military operations are coordinated." Throughout World War II, official dispatches and press reports described military action and events in the European, Pacific and China-Burma-India "theaters of war."