Korean War Videos
Police officers welcome WWII, Korean War vets
Fairfax County Police Department officers welcome 109 WWII and Korean War vets to Washington, D.C. to visit war memorials free of charge through Honor Flight Chicago.
Former Defense secretary: U.S. 'would destroy the North Korean regime' if it came to war
ABC News' Martha Raddatz interviews former President Barack Obama's Secretary of Defense Ash Carter in the first top Obama cabinet member interview since Trump took office.
93-year-old World War II vet wants to be a piano virtuoso
Jack Prince says he enjoys the challenge that comes from piano lessons and daily practice.
High School Senior Is 4-4 in College Admissions
Timothy Park applied to four of the toughest schools in the country and got accepted into each one, with his first choice being West Point.
John Lithgow on 'Excitement and Fear' of His Latest Role
Lithgow appears on "Popcorn With Peter Travers" to talk about "The Crown," his career and his next big project.
John Glenn, 1st American to Orbit Earth, Dies
John Glenn, the first American astronaut to orbit the earth and a legendary figure in the American space flight program, has died, Ohio Gov. John Kasich said.
Vets Get Diplomas Years After War Interrupted Their Education
The ceremony was held at a California high school for 22 veterans who were unable to complete their education because of service during wartime.
Mel Gibson on Returning to Directing, Overcoming Controversy and Being a Father for the 9th Time
Gibson appears on "Popcorn with Peter Travers" to talk about his newest film "Hacksaw Ridge."
Couple Married for 63 Years Dies 20 Minutes Apart
Henry and Jeanette De Lange died on the same day at the Platte Care Center in South Dakota.
US Marine Horse Gets Posthumous Award
Sergeant Reckless, a U.S. Marine horse that fought in the Korean War, received a posthumous valor award in London this week.