Feds Bring Down Interstate Prostitution Ring

Susan Bashir, 41, of Stone Mountain, Georgia, pleaded guilty last week at Boston's federal court to interstate prostitution and money laundering conspiracy charges as part of a "long-running prostitution ring" with four other suspects.

ICE to Deport Wife of Marine Corps Veteran of Iraq War

"The United States has a lot of policies in place to protect veterans and active duty and their families, and it is absolutely, incredibly, frustrating that these are not being made available to the wife of a decorated veteran..."

'Spitfire Girl' World War II Pilot Dies at 101

"Everybody was flabbergasted that a little girl like me could fly these big aeroplanes all by oneself," Ellis said this year. She flew a total of 76 different airplane models in her career.

Man Mounts 'Two Gin and Tonics' Defense Against DUI

Steve Foster, 61, a Democratic candidate running for U.S. Congress in Georgia's 14th District, claimed he drank only two gin and tonics—to aid his malaria—and that he was beaten in jail by Aryan inmates.

WWII Vet and Others Take a Knee to Support NFL Players

President Donald Trump said he was respecting the flag and American veterans when he decried NFL players who take a knee during the national anthem to protest, but more and more veterans are telling the president he's wrong.

From War to Liberal Arts College

A group of veterans is graduating from Vassar College as part of a special program to help them adjust to civilian life. But did it work?