A Marine staff sergeant told military jurors that everyone looked up to Lawrence Hutchins III, his squad leader.
A Marine sergeant could be locked up yet again after being convicted a second time of killing an Iraqi civilian nearly a decade ago in one of the military’s longest-running war crime cases.
Demonstrators were protesting US involvement in Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria and even Venezuela.
Weekend anchor Lester Holt will fill in.
Service members who have died since the 9-11 terror attacks, and called California home, are being remembered in an exhibit unveiled Saturday morning at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library.
A pair of celebrity personalities are under fire after making controversial remarks over the film “American Sniper” over Twitter.
Eleven years after her husband was killed in Iraq, a mother in Victorville has made a priceless find wrapped in the American flag that was given to her by the military.
A Southland lawmaker is calling for President Obama to seek Congressional authorization for any expanded military effort to confront violent Islamic State militants in Iraq and Syria.
A video posted to social media Tuesday claimed to show the beheading of an American journalist by the terrorist group known as the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, or ISIS, who have been the targets of US airstrikes in Iraq over recent weeks.
Officials Saturday carried out a third round of U.S. airstrikes against Islamic state militants, leaving many people across Southern California concerned for family members in Iraq as the violence continues.
A group of anti-war protesters Thursday gathered outside a veteran’s hospital in downtown Los Angeles just as President Obama announced he’s sending 300 military advisers to Iraq.
“He was my hero,” his mom says, choking back tears.
Oil industry analysts are warning a brewing civil war between Islamic militants in Iraq could potentially send gas prices soaring here in the Southland.
Imam Moustafa al-Qazwini, a religious scholar born in Iraq and living in Rowland Heights, said his homeland is on the verge of a civil war.
More than 57,000 U.S. military veterans have been waiting 90 days or more for their first VA medical appointments, and an additional 64,000 appear to have fallen through the cracks, never getting appointments after enrolling, the government said Monday in a report newly demonstrating how deep and widespread the problem is.