Clint talks about (as much as he can say) life of a Navy SEAL and Jeremy talks about the transition from a NFL player to a marine.
Jeff Bramstedt and Bill Doyle stopped by and spoke with CBS2’s Andrea Grymes about their new project ‘Navy SEALs Their Untold Story.’
New details were released Sunday about two anti-terror operations overseas – one in Libya, the other in Somalia.
Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta’s order will make women eligible to serve in the infantry on combat patrol, and even in elite special operation units like the Navy SEALs.
Rep. Peter King told WCBS 880 that there may be a noticable increase in security.
A book in Tiger’s own words would set the record straight, provide intriguing insight and could alleviate the mystery and questions about him.
A Long Island town will honor a Navy SEAL killed in a 2005 firefight in Afghanistan on Thursday by presenting the Gen. Douglas MacArthur Leadership Award to his family.
The world’s most wanted man is dead, but concerns over retaliation have commuters and police on guard at Penn Station and rail stations across the country.
A Homeland Security intelligence warning sent to law enforcement officials around the country, saying the terror organization was considering tampering with an unspecified U.S. rail track so that a train would fall off the track at a valley or a bridge.
In addition to laying a wreath at the site of the collapsed Twin Towers, President Obama met with first responders, police officers and family members of those killed.
A small group of 9/11 families met with President Barack Obama Thursday during his visit to Ground Zero — four days after he announced the death of Osama bin Laden.
President Barack Obama will be meeting with a small, handpicked group of September 11 families at ground zero Thursday.
Beckwith stood with then-President Bush at Ground Zero three days after the towers collapsed. He watched this week as President Obama announced bin Laden’s death.
At what age should parents talk to their children about Osama bin Laden? To the head of the Child Mind Institute, Dr. Harold Koplewicz, it’s a teachable moment for children of all ages.
I can’t put a bow on bin Laden. None of us can. I won’t be pretentious or presumptuous enough to think that I can tell you how to cheer, jeer, or mourn, how to rebury the beloved after the news stirred the stiff soil.