According to a 2012 study from the Department of Veterans Affairs, approximately 20 U.S. service veterans take their lives every day. And some experts contend the figure could be even higher than that. What’s more, a 2014 update to the study shows that the rates have increased among younger veterans returning from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Thankfully, there are people who have made it their business to try to reduce those tragic figures. One example is Mark and Jill Baker of Marion, Michigan.

Whatever his faults, Francisco Franco stood bravely against totalitarianism, saving Spain and hastening Axis defeat.

Donald Trump may be eluding the thought police's snares. But as an ex-tennis official has learned the hard way, political correctness is still alive and well. 

Almost since America’s founding, immigration has raised controversy. Though it has largely proven to be beneficial, there are real, legitimate concerns — especially now.

On November 16, 1798, Governor James Garrard of Kentucky signed into law the Kentucky Resolution of 1798, Thomas Jefferson's seminal restatement of the proper relationship between states and the federal government.

Starbucks stands in the spotlight once again, as new seasonal cups cause debate among many. Pictures of Starbucks cups with the words "Merry Christmas" written on them and posts of personal boycotts have flooded social media. 

After being "Detached for Cause" following a complaint about his beliefs, Navy Chaplain Wesley “Wes” Modder has been exonerated and will continue to serve.

The fall of the Western Roman Empire was precipitated by immigrants — who had fled to Roman protection from the Huns — when the newcomers refused to follow Roman laws.

Baseball's legendary Yogi Berra, a catcher with the Yankees 18 of his 19 seasons, and later a manager and coach, died September 22 at the age of 90.

A look at the behind-the-scenes intrigue that catapulted unknown Wendell Willkie to head the Republican ticket in 1940 — and guaranteed FDR an unprecedented third term.