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Lessons from the Front Lines: Look to Military for Courage, Ask Questions and Never Ever Forget
Remarks by ABC News’ Martha Raddatz upon receiving the Fred Friendly First Amendment Award from Quinnipiac University June 7th: I honestly cannot believe my good fortune today. I cannot believe my name will be added to the jaw dropping roster of previous Friendly Award recipients,...
Dakota Meyer, Marine Medal of Honor Recipient, Says He’s No Hero
At a White House ceremony later today, Dakota Meyer will become the first living Marine to receive the Medal of Honor for heroism in the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. Meyer becomes the tenth recipient of the nation’s highest award for valor in those conflicts;...
Medal of Honor Awarded to Ranger Leroy Petry
Leroy Petry Is Only Second Living Recipient of the Medal of Honor for the Wars in Iraq and Afghanistan
Obama To Award His Third Medal Of Honor To SFC Leroy Petry
ABC News’ Mary Bruce (@marykbruce) Reports: Just weeks after President Obama confused his Medal of Honor recipients, referring to a soldier who received the award posthumously as being alive, the White House officially announced today that the President will award...
Obama Flubs Medal Of Honor Winner
ABC News’ Mary Bruce (@MaryKBruce) Reports: Visiting troops at Fort Drum yesterday, President Obama confused his Medal of Honor recipients, referring to one of the soldiers’ comrades who was killed in combat in Afghanistan as being alive. Speaking to the...
'Restrepo' Director Tim Hetherington, Getty Images' Chris Hondros Killed in Libya
Award-winning war photographers Tim Hetherington and Chris Hondros were killed in an attack on the besieged Libyan city of Misrata, sources close to both men confirmed late today. "It is with great sadness we learned that our son and brother, photographer and filmmaker Tim Hetherington, was killed
Medal of Honor Recipient Staff Sgt . Sal Giunta Decides to Leave Army
Sal Giunta Is First Living Medal of Honor Recipient for Wars in Iraq and Afghanistan
State of the Union 2011: Obama Emphasizes Bipartisanship to Promote Jobs, Growth, Innovation
Obama Said New Laws Will Only Pass With Support from Democrats and Republicans
State of the Union 2011: President Obama Calls for Bipartisanship on Jobs, Growth
Obama Addresses Divided Congress; Republicans Skeptical Over Spending, Deficit
The Note: Your Guide To The State Of The Union
When President Obama goes before both chambers of Congress tonight to deliver his State of the Union address, he will be walking something of an economic and political tightrope.