This combination of two undated photos provided by the New York City Fire Department shows FDNY Lt. Christopher J. Raguso, left, and FDNY Fire Marshal Christopher "Tripp" Zanetis. The men are among the seven servicemembers killed when their military helicopter crashed in Iraq.<br>New York City Fire Department via AP

7 US troops killed in Iraq helicopter crash identified

The U.S. military has said the incident is under investigation and the names of those killed will be released after next of kin have been notified. But at least four have been identified by relatives and media reports.

Vietnam at 50 | My Lai: ‘A stain on the Army’

The My Lai massacre is considered the nadir in modern Army history. More than 500 Vietnamese civilians were raped, tortured, stabbed and shot to death on the morning of March 16, 1968, by three platoons of the boys next door.

'I lost my limbs, but I still have my mind:' Airman honored in Hawaii puts things in perspective

Before he sustained massive injuries from a rocket attack during a deployment to Iraq in 2004, Senior Airman Brian Kolfage couldn't imagine living life without his limbs. He doesn't think that way anymore.

FBI at site where Civil War gold rumored to be buried

In 1863, Union troops tasked to transport 1,300 pounds of gold were ambushed, according to one soldier who claimed to be the lone survivor. Now 155 years later in a remote area of western Pennsylvania, a search party made up of FBI agents, state officials and members of a treasure-hunting group are seeking the lost treasure estimated to be worth more than $27 million.

Calif. deputies accused of complex plan to bilk military wife with dementia

Neighbors and friends on Friday described Rosalie Santallan Achiu as a frail military wife who loved to play cards and was fluent in several languages but seemed lost and afraid since her husband died more than a year ago.

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Europe's most famous Nazi hunters worry about where the continent is headed

Serge and Beate Klarsfeld are not only Europe's most famous Nazi hunters. For more than five decades, they've been the vigilante enforcers of the continent's moral conscience. Yet today, they are horrified by the rise of right-wing populist movements and governments across Europe and beyond.