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Death of Richard Collins under investigation as a possible hate crime
Police say the murder suspect belongs to a racist Facebook group called Alt-Reich Nation.
Room 211: The masacre at Virginia Tech remembered 10 years later
On the morning of April 16, 2007, 32 people died at the hands of a mass shooter at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University in Blacksburg. With the 10-year anniversary of the second deadliest school shooting in U.S. history days away, two people who survived the assault in Norris Hall
How Texas woman survived 5 days stranded in Ariz. desert
Amber VanHecke, a 24-year-old college student, was on a spring break trip alone to the when her car ran out of gas.
How a WWII Vet and Holocaust Survivor Found Love 50 Years Later
Though they didn't meet until 50 years after the conflict, a World War II veteran and a Holocaust survivor were linked long before they finally got together and fell in love in New York City. Paul Rothman served as a captain in the United States Army overseas from 1942 to 1949, trying to topple
Man On A Mission
THE TRUCKS ARRIVED in waves, blood streaming from their beds. Inside, American soldiers were piled on one another, 25 or so in all. It was May 2004, at the Marine base in Ramadi, Iraq. An enemy mortar had landed, and word spread of a mass casualty. U.S. Army Special Forces team leader Brian Decker,
Joni Ernst: Everything You Need to Know
Name: Joni Kay Ernst (née Culver) Party: Republican Date of Birth: July 1, 1970 Age: 46 What She Does Now: U.S. senator from Iowa What She Used to Do: Ernst served in the military for 23 years, first joining Iowa State University’s ROTC program at age 20 and then the U.S. Army Reserves after
Trailblazer Becomes Army's First Female Infantry Officer
Already a trailblazer, Army Captain Kristen Griest became the Army’s first female infantry officer when, on Monday, the Army approved her request to transfer from the military police unit she had been serving in. Griest became well-known last year after she became one of the first three women to
Photo of Professor Babysitting Student's Kids While She Takes Exam Goes Viral
A college professor offered to keep an eye on his student's children while she was taking her finals when her babysitter cancelled at the last minute, and a photo of the babysitting professor has gone viral. Daniel Krebs of the University of Louisville was photographed playing computer games in the
Ben Carson Blasts 'Political Hit Job' After West Point Story Questioned
After a series of reports questioning stories told by Ben Carson , the Republican presidential candidate has fired back, blaming the media for a "political hit job." Carson found himself facing scrutiny for saying he had been offered a full scholarship to West Point Military Academy . His campaign
Ben Carson Campaign Now Says He 'Did Not Seek Admission' to West Point
Ben Carson did not apply and was not admitted to the U.S. Military Academy, despite writing in his book "Gifted Hands" that he had gotten a full scholarship offer from the school, his presidential campaign told ABC News. "Again, though his senior commander was in touch with West Point and told Dr.