As many as 160,000 active-duty military members are having difficulty feeding their families, based on an estimate from Feeding America.
Queen Elizabeth II was back at work today, days after pulling out of a major royal event with a back sprain.
Prince Harry was forced to publicly apologize in 2009 after using a racist slur while at Sandhurst—now the military academy has been accused of misogyny.
Ben McBean, a former Royal Marine and a double amputee, said President Joe Biden knows Afghan troops cannot stop the Taliban alone.
Just 38 percent of Americans under age 30 have solid trust, confidence in the U.S. military, the survey found.
Prince Harry's recent libel suit against a British tabloid contains revealing insights into how he sees his own reputation—which appears to still be closely bound to the country he left behind.
Prince Harry and "The Mail on Sunday" have reached a libel settlement over claims he turned his back on the Royal Marines. A statement is expected in court soon, sources tell Newsweek.
While both days honor the military, there are key differences in what members of the armed forces each day commemorates.
"Our veterans who fall on hard times and find themselves without a home deserve more than just handwringing or kind words. They deserve real help that gets them back on their feet."-Michelle Obama
Many on Twitter were quick to point out that the photo used by the government agency was not of the Air Force but rather a flight demonstration team formed by the Navy.
A picture of Brooks Lindsey went viral, with other military families sharing their own stories of sacrifice.
President Petro Poroshenko warned that Russian-backed separatists have a vast military stockpile.
The head of the Polish president's National Security Bureau has warned that Russia poses a 'security crisis'.
Jean-Claude Juncker's plans come after previous unsuccessful attempts for pan-Europe military projects.
"Her Majesty's government is not planning for Scottish independence," a spokesman told Newsweek