That Navy SEAL Chris Kyle served with distinction in combat is not in dispute. The celebrated Iraq War veteran braved enemy fire numerous times while deployed to some of that war’s most intense battlegrounds. During the 2004 fight to take back the city of Fallujah, for example, he exhibited “unparalleled bravery and skill as a sniper” and “served as an example to all,” according to a performance evaluation released to the website MuckRock last year.
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ISE CITY, Japan — It remains, more than 45 years later, an iconic image: West German Chancellor Willy Brandt silently and unexpectedly dropping to his knees while laying a wreath at a monument to the victims of the Warsaw ghetto uprising in Poland.
SEATTLE — The Snohomish County Medical Examiner’s Office confirmed Thursday that two bodies recovered from a gravesite near Oso on Monday are those of an Arlington couple who disappeared last month.
PITTSBURGH — Target Corp. Thursday morning told a judge that it has reached a settlement with the family of a girl who was seriously injured when she was stabbed by a man in a Pittsburgh Target store in 2013, according to the judge’s staff.
CHICAGO — McDonald’s is leaving the door open for a possible move to downtown Chicago.
AUSTIN, Texas — On a recent afternoon, 15-year-old Marco Antonio Aviles sat at a table at the Mexican Consulate in Austin, his baby sister on one side of him and his mother, Angela Aviles, on the other, shuffling through a folder she had brought with her, looking for the documents the consulate worker on the other side of the table had requested.
Ask almost any health-conscious woman who’s mustered under a giant pink ribbon, and she’ll tell you what an American woman’s chances are of getting breast cancer in her lifetime: 1 in 8.
For the first time, researchers have found a person in the United States carrying bacteria resistant to antibiotics of last resort, an alarming development that the top U.S. public health official says could mean “the end of the road” for antibiotics.
U.S. Air Force Master Sgt. Melvin Rector long carried England in his heart after he helped defend it during World War II, but 70 years passed without him stepping foot back in the country.
HO CHI MINH CITY, Vietnam — President Barack Obama is racing against the clock to cement a massive Pacific Rim trade deal that all of his potential successors oppose, with his administration eyeing a looming fight on Capitol Hill while starting to implement as much of the complicated pact as it can.