World War I News
Pope Defends Armenia 'Genocide' Comment; No Offense Meant
Pope Francis defended his use of the term "genocide" to describe the Ottoman-era slaughter of Armenians, saying that's how he has always referred to the massacre, he didn't mean anything offensive and it would have been "very strange" to have avoided it
Pope's Message of Peace Resonates With Syrian Armenians
For most in Armenia, the visit by Pope Francis will be best remembered for his willingness to declare the Ottoman-era slaughter of Armenians "genocide" and for his message of peace and reconciliation with Turkey
This Week in History: June 26-July 2
ABC News' Jonathan Karl looks back at great moments in history, politics and pop culture.
Pope Visits Armenia's Closed Border With Turkey on Last Day
Pope Francis is wrapping up his visit to Armenia with a liturgy in the Apostolic cathedral celebrated by his Orthodox hosts and a visit to Armenia's closed border with Turkey amid new tensions with Ankara over his recognition of the 1915 "genocide."
General: Army's Training of Men, Women Held up as Example
The Army general in charge of Fort Jackson says the post is a model for other military organizations trying to expand training for women entering combat-related jobs
German TV Program Pulled, Turkey Trip Rejected Amid Tensions
A German broadcaster says a Turkish television station has pulled its children's news program, citing complaints over the German Parliament's vote to label the killings of Armenians by Ottoman Turks a century ago genocide
Strait Talk in Detroit
Matt Dowd & LZ Granderson head back to their hometown to talk about the race for the White House as the general election heats up.
Sir Hew Strachan Wins $100,000 Military Award
Sir Hew Strachan, a Scottish-born historian who specializes in the British military and in World War I, has won a $100,000 lifetime achievement prize
Uni Watch's Friday Flashback: When the links become the runway
The U.S. Open is now underway at Oakmont, which raises a good question: How have golfers' styles evolved over the years? A great person to address that subject is Michael Trostel, director of the United States Golf Association Museum in Far Hills, New Jersey . Trostel recently made time in his