A Minnesota mom worries her soldier son is not getting the help he needs for the stress of war. She wants that to change — before it’s too late.
The horrifying tragedy of the American soldier who is accused of slaughtering 16 Afghan civilians raises serious questions about the U.S. Military’s awareness, monitoring and understanding of how troops are faring under the unimaginable stresses of combat.
Iraqi President Jalal Talabani is in Minnesota for medical care, according to the Rochester Post-Bulletin.
A soldier who survived a rocket attack in Iraq that killed three of his friends got some unexpected help here at home.
Veteran Republican Senator John McCain of Arizona commented on numerous issues on the CBS Early show Thursday morning
Minneapolis-St. Paul International witnessed history on Sunday when part of the final wave of soldiers to return home from Iraq stopped by for a short layover.
Friday will mark five years since a Minnesota lawmaker nearly died while serving his country in Iraq.
A Minnesota National Guard unit is getting ready to head out for the Persian gulf.
Soldiers from the companies of Delta and Bravo were preparing Sunday afternoon for a quick mission into Iraq.
A Minnesota company’s parts ended up in explosive devices that killed and maimed American and Coalition troops in Iraq and Afghanistan, according to an indictment filed Tuesday.
A major announcement from President Barack Obama came Friday, declaring all U.S. troops serving in Iraq will be home for the holidays. But the news is bittersweet for a Minnesota family.
President Barack Obama on Friday declared an end to the Iraq war, one of the longest and most divisive conflicts in U.S. history, announcing that all U.S. troops would be withdrawn from the country by year’s end.
An Iraq war veteran and former staffer to U.S. Sen. Al Franken is joining the Democratic race to unseat freshman Republican Chip Cravaack in northern Minnesota’s 8th Congressional District.
Mediators from Iraq and Oman are asking Iran to release two Americans convicted of spying.
All the members of the U.S. Army Reserve’s 452nd Ordnance Co. are now back home, after spending a year in Kuwait and Iraq.