Pentagon Documents: Astronaut John Glenn's Body Disrespected At Military Mortuary

Energy | Andrew Follett
Astronaut John H. Glenn, Jr., is pictured during the Mercury-Atlas 6 spaceflight becoming the first American to orbit Earth, February 20, 1962, in this handout photo taken by a camera onboard the spacecraft, provided by NASA. Launched from Cape Canaveral Launch Complex 14, Glenn's Mercury-Atlas 6 "Friendship 7" spacecraft completed a successful three-orbit mission. The flight lasted a total of 4 hours, 55 minutes, and 23 seconds before the spacecraft splashed down in the ocean. REUTERS/NASA/Handout.

‘Clearly inappropriate and personally shocking’

Germany Evacuates 50,000 After Authorities Unearth Five WWII-Era Bombs

World | Eric Lieberman
HANOVER, GERMANY - MAY 07: Elderly people from a senior care facility wait to board a bus as part of the evacuation of 50,000 people. (Photo by Alexander Koerner/Getty Images)

Second largest ever for the country

Chuck Schumer, NY Times & Fake World War II News

Opinion | Mark Schulte
New York Times Getty Images/Mario Tama

How credible is our newspaper of record?

The Historical Narrative May Be Written By Emotion

Opinion | Dale Schlundt

We should be aware of how emotions may contradict rational decisions.

Hitler's 'Most Destructive Weapon' Sells For $243,000

World | Eric Lieberman
A picture dated 1939 shows German Nazi Chancellor and dictator Adolf Hitler (C) consulting a geographical survey map with his general staff including Heinrich Himmler (L) and Martin Bormann (R) at an unlocated place during World War II. (Photo credit: AFP/Getty Images)

‘He could still smell burning flesh’

German Gov't Questions System Designed To Block Another Hitler In Wake Of Terror Attacks

World | Jacob Bojesson
Police stands guard at the Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedaechtniskirche Christmas market in Berlin

‘Fight against international terrorism is fragmented’

Sales Skyrocket For Special Edition Of 'Mein Kampf' In Germany

World | Robert Donachie
A copy of Adolf Hitler's book "Mein Kampf" (My Struggle) from 1940 is pictured in Berlin, Germany, in this picture taken December 16, 2015. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch

‘These sales figures have taken us by storm’

World War II-Era Bomb Ruins Christmas For 54,000 Germans

World | Russ Read
A B-17G bomber comes in for landing in Cambridgeshire, UK. Source: IanC66/Shutterstock.com

Residents of Augsburg will be evacuated Christmas morning

Watch The Trailer For The World War II Movie Everybody Is Talking About

Entertainment | David Hookstead

It looks incredible…

Watch World War II Veteran Play The National Anthem On A Harmonica

Sports | David Hookstead

He’s incredible…

Watch FDR's Entire "Infamy" Speech Asking Congress To Declare War After Pearl Harbor

Politics | Derek Hunter

‘We will gain the inevitable triumph — so help us God’

White House: Some 'Embittered' WWII Vets Will Get Over Japanese Leader's Pearl Harbor Visit

US | Blake Neff
The USS West Virginia burns and sinks after the attack on Pearl Harbor, December 7, 1941. REUTERS/U.S. Navy Photograph

‘They recognize how important this moment is’

Oldest Living Member Of The Famous Tuskegee Airmen Squadron Dies At 101

US | Russ Read

WIllie Rogers helped make history in World War II, but he rarely spoke about it

Review: Mel Gibson's 'Hacksaw Ridge' Is About Heroism, Not Pacifism

Entertainment | Thomas Phippen
Andrew Garfield as Desmond Doss in Hacksaw Ridge. image: YouTube screengrab/Lionsgate Movies

‘I don’t got no problem wearing my uniform, saluting the flag and doing my duty’

Celebrate Veterans Day With The Final Scene Of 'Band Of Brothers'

Entertainment | David Hookstead

God bless America

Flying Tigers Aircraft Makes Final Flight Over The 'Hump' Into China

World | Ryan Pickrell
Workers unveil a carnival float depicting an American P-40 "Flying Tiger" fighter plane from World War II. Reuters GN/ELD/ME

Commemorating past friendships

US Navy Commissions Biggest, Most Expensive Destroyer Ever

National Security | Thomas Phippen
USS Zumwalt ports briefli in Rhode Island before heading to its commissioning ceremony. Photo: U.S. Navy/James E. Foehl

‘If Batman had a ship, it would be the USS Zumwalt’