The nation's epic, expanding fight against terrorism overseas
Corporal Jimenez was on patrol in southern Afghanistan when a mine exploded, changing his life forever
Inside Iraq's most notorious prison, an Army interrogator came face to face with a shocking truth about the war—and himself
For centuries immigrants who served in the military could become American citizens. But are the women and men pictured here among the last?
Twenty-five years after the battle chronicled in the best-selling book, the author argues that we've learned the wrong lessons about fighting terrorism
In a new Smithsonian poll, conducted with the help of Stars and Stripes, current and former members of the armed forces take aim at conventional wisdom
I brought a seasoned veteran of the conflict in Afghanistan into my home—and then things got wild
The once-fortified outposts that protected U.S. troops are relics of our ambitions abroad
Meet some of the servicemembers at the center of one of the most controversial matters facing the U.S. military
Americans have erected countless monuments to wars gone by. But how do we pay tribute to the fallen in a conflict that might never end?
Your thoughts on "Costs of the Confederacy" and much more
Fans of the mystery writer have no shortage of ways to pay homage to the scribe behind "The Raven" and so much more
What would the breakthrough movie about the AIDS crisis look like if it were made today?
This winter, explorers will once again set out for the most remote part of the Arctic Ocean
An artist shows us that the past was not black-and-white
A beloved Robert Frost poem is among the many creations that are (finally) losing their protections in 2019
Decades after the Allende Meteorite plunged to Earth, scientists still mine its fragments for clues to the cosmos
In "How to Hide an Empire," Daniel Immerwahr explores America far beyond the borders of the Lower 48
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