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The world of work has changed. Technology was supposed to have made our lives easier, but instead we find ourselves on our phones at 10 p.m. on Friday nights, trying to read complex work emails on 5.5″ screens.
"Whenever the world makes you cynical, stop and think of these men. Whenever you lose hope, stop and think of these men."
Those seeking to be elected president must distill their message to America into a few short, memorable words. Some have managed better than others.
74 years ago, the Allies beat back the Nazis’ last major western offensive — here are 16 photos from the Battle of the Bulge
German troops slammed into Allied lines on December 16, 1944. It took six weeks for the Allies to fight back to their original positions.
A year before D-Day, Allied forces made their first thrust into the ‘soft underbelly of Europe’ — here’s how Operation Husky p...
The July 1943 invasion of Sicily was the Allies' first thrust into Europe and set the stage for future landings around the continent, especially the D-Day invasion of Normandy nearly a year later. The operation was led by some of the war's most storied Allied commanders.
Mattis gave a blunt warning against generals becoming politicians, and in neighboring country where this is happening
Defense Secretary Jim Mattis is traveling through South America to boost US ties, and while in Brazil, he was about the military's role in politics — a touchy subject in Latin America's biggest country.