Rolling Thunder Run Reveals Changed Attitudes Towards Vietnam War
The 86-year-old Nash and his wife, Alicia, 82, were killed Saturday when the driver of the taxi they were riding in lost control of the cab on the New Jersey Turnpike
This week, a US spy agency is reportedly winding down its collection of Americans’ telephone records after Congress failed to reform or extend the once-secret program that expires June 1.
Lawmakers left Washington for a weeklong recess without addressing the NSA’s snooping capabilities
President Barrack Obama used his weekly address to commemorate Memorial Day, pay tribute to men and women in uniform who have given their lives in service to country
A total of 71 people have been arrested in the central U.S. city of Cleveland during protests following the acquittal of a white policeman in the shooting deaths of two unarmed blacks in 2012.
Ash Carter criticizes Iraq's reaction to Islamic State; National Security Advisor Susan Rice echoed Carter's concerns in an interview on CBS
According to the United States Defense Department, there are more than 200-thousand women serving in the U.S. Armed Forces. Like their male counterparts, females have experiences that can be very traumatic. VOA's Bernard Shusman tells us about a program that is helping some American women in the military heal through filmmaking.
Judge acquits police officer who fired the last 15 of 137 rounds police shot at suspects during high-speed car chase
Del Ray has a nostalgic feel with its unique stores and small restaurants - a main street that is vanishing across the US
In the U.S., people used to grow up in small towns with a main street lined by family-owned shops and restaurants. Today, however, many main streets are worn down and empty because shoppers have been lured away by shopping malls. But in the Del Ray neighborhood of Alexandria, Virginia, main street is thriving. VOA’s Deborah Block reports it has a nostalgic feel with its small restaurants and unique stores.
Lawmakers vote 62-37 in favor of so-called 'fast-track' trade bill, which received opposition from some members of Obama's Democratic Party
Federal directive for corrective action includes removing damaged section of ruptured pipeline that spilled oil into sea
In its fifth year, FoodCorps puts more than 180 young Americans into 500 schools, teaching students about nutrition by engaging them with hands-on activities
In its fifth year, FoodCorps puts more than 180 young Americans into 500 schools across the United States, where they focus on teaching students about nutrition, engaging them with hands-on activities, and improving their access to healthy foods whether in the cafeteria or the greater community. Aru Pande has more.
In past week, Islamist extremists have taken control of cities in Iraq and Syria, as well as last border crossing between two countries, raising fears assault on capital is next
Reports from Syria say the so-called Islamic State group, also known as ISIS or ISIL, has seized the last government-held border crossing to Iraq. It’s the latest in a series of territorial gains for the group, and there are mounting fears that it could soon launch an assault on the Iraqi capital. Henry Ridgwell looks at how Islamic State continues to fight on several fronts against coalition and government forces.
Shi'ite Muslim militia, government forces launch counter-attack against insurgents in their first attempt to retake the city since it fell to extremist group one week ago