Victor Muhammad spoke of the Nation of Islam and their goal to end poverty and war in the black community.
Jones has reported on the impact of war in the Middle East, Asia and Africa. She has spent time in Afghanistan with US soldiers.
Local leaders are weighing in following strong words from President Obama Saturday afternoon as the situation in Syria intensifies.
Obama will seek authorization for the use of force in Syria from Congress.
A Hollywood movie tells the story of a World War II bomber called the “Memphis Belle.”
Years after the Civil War, homeless men swept into the county and began a counterculture referred to as “hobohemia.”
KDKA’s Robert Mangino sat down with the director and producer of an upcoming movie “The Journey To Normal.”
KDKA-AM’s Larry and John talk to JulieHera DeStefano, who made a documentary about women of war and how they cope.
The Pentagon has lifted its ban on women in combat. United States Defense Secretary Leon Panetta announced the historic change on Thursday. But how do people feel about the move?
Volunteers,veterans groups and families gathered at the National Cemetery of the Alleghenies and other gravesites around the country, to pay a special holiday tribute to soldiers who made the ultimate sacrifice.
Over the last decade, with the United States fighting two wars, there has been an incredible increase in the number of service people with traumatic brain injuries.
KDKA AM’s John Shumway talks to retired soldier Sean Parnell, author of “Outlaw Platoon,” about the perception that most Americans don’t care about the war in Afghanistan.
KDKA Radio’s Chris Moore talks with Ray McGovern, a former Army intelligence officer and CIA analyst.
KDKA Political Editor Jon Delano was invited to the White House for an interview with President Barack Obama to discuss energy; however, given the events in Afghanistan over the weekend, the topic of discussion changed.
KDKA Radio’s Chris Moore spoke with David Swanson about his views on what war really is.