This Memorial Day we remember the men and women who serve in the military. Many veterans returning home from war have injuries that are not visible, such as hearing loss.
Andy was born in an Army hospital at Fort Benning, Georgia, healthy — or so his parents, John and E.K. believed. But Andy began missing developmental benchmarks for babies his age.
Badly wounded by an improvised explosive device, Corpporal Tony Gower and his men immediately came under fire. The physical injuries healed, but his life would be permanently altered by a brain injury.
A group of wounded Iraq and Afghanistan War veterans will also be taking the field in Indianapolis thanks in part to a former Steelers great.
After nearly nine years of war, the last convoy of U.S. troops has left Iraq. In Pittsburgh, many are showing their support for those returning soldiers. One woman is putting up yellow ribbons in their honor.
Members of a church in Brighton Heights have one more reason to celebrate this holiday season. A visitor showed up at their Sunday morning service this weekend and it was a welcome surprise for a congregation missing their assistant pastor.
Operation Troop Appreciation helps American servicemen and servicewomen who are overseas. But with President Obama announcing that troops are leaving Iraq, the organization is getting calls asking if they will continue their invaluable service.
President Barack Obama says Osama bin Laden, the mastermind behind the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks that killed thousands of Americans, was killed in an operation led by the United States.
KDKA Radio’s Mike Pintek talked with former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld about his new book, “Known and Unknown.”
University of Pennsylvania Political Science Professor Ian Lustick gives Robert Mangino his insights and analysis of the President’s address on our changing role in Iraq, focusing attention on Afghanistan and our economy.