The attacker was dressed in an Afghan army uniform.
It's the first major Israeli ground offensive in Gaza in about five years.
Vice President Joe Biden: The incident was "not an accident."
Baghdad (Fitzwire) -- A milestone in the middle east was reached today when it was learned there was no one left in Iraq to kill. “Everyone's dead! I was surprised there was anyone left," said Ali Kasim, as he lay dying from a gunshot wound. "Apparently we murdered every last man, woman, and…
Today a team of United Nations weapons inspectors located what they believe to be weapons of mass destruction. "We were scouring a sacred site and came upon so-called holy books. It was then we realized we'd happened upon a destructive force dwarfing anything we might imagine." As the team r…
Tucsonan Jeannie Tucker was stunned when she saw an old photo for sale on eBay of her father showing her and her mother a map of Omaha Beach where he landed on June 6, 1944.
When Geronimo surrendered, Tucson breathed a big sigh of relief
The body of the Army soldier who died last week from wounds in an attack in Afghanistan, Command Sgt. Maj. Martin R. Barreras, arrived in Tucson this morning.
An Army soldier from Tucson has died from wounds he suffered in an attack this month in Afghanistan, officials said today.
Arizona’s senior senator has added his name to a growing chorus of politicians opposed to plans to ground the entire A-10 fleet.
Tucsonans have good reason to be concerned over the possibility of Davis-Monthan Air Force Base losing its 83 A-10C “Warthogs” and the jobs they bring to this community.
History is like a teacher, except armed with truncheons and guns. So what are its recent lessons?
Rep. Ron Barber will be back in Tucson today after spending three days in Afghanistan talking to U.S. troops.
The Missile Defense Agency awarded Raytheon Co. $350 million to increase its procurement of Standard Missile-3 Block IB missiles from eight to 44.
As members of Physicians for Social Responsibility, we want to encourage each of you to write to a member of Congress about the dangers of nuclear weapons.
The new year brings hope for fresh thinking in the Obama administration on foreign affairs. Prompt decisions on a few key issues could enhance our posture, improve our security and contribute to the pursuit of peace. Here are moves that should be on the agenda:
I commend the Star for reprinting the Washington Post editorial on the need for research on accidental firearm deaths of children (“Info vital on scope of gun accidents involving kids,” Dec. 3).
President Abraham Lincoln issued this proclamation making Thanksgiving a national holiday 150 years ago on Oct. 3, 1863.
The Pentagon plans to award Tucson-based Raytheon Missile Systems a contract worth up to $3 billion for production of the newest Standard Missile-3 ballistic missile interceptor.
The following editorial appeared Friday in the Dallas Morning News: