After nearly nine years, 4,500 Americans dead and 32,000 wounded, U.S. officials are formally shutting down the war in Iraq.
A consortium of Michigan companies is eager to make the American presence felt in a different way by overseeing the building of a new, $5.5 billion city near Baghdad.
As President Obama announced an end to the Iraq war, WWJ spoke with Michigan Sen. Carl Levin, asking if we accomplished our mission there.
President Obama announced Friday that the United States will withdraw nearly all troops from Iraq by the end of the year, effectively bringing the long and polarizing war in Iraq to an end.
The Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries will open 60 new, fully furnished units to homeless veterans who served in Iraq and Afghanistan on Friday in Highland Park.
A research team at Michigan State University has developed a laser that can potentially detect roadside bombs, which might save soldiers’ lives in Iraq and Afghanistan.
This Labor Day weekend Americans will have a compelling and easy way to pay tribute to the sacrifices of military veterans and their families, through the Fifth Annual Patriot Golf Day, the largest annual grassroots golf event in the country
A Michigan Technological University graduate with a brother in the Army has designed a toy truck to search roadsides and vehicles for improvised explosive devices.
When Justin “No-Hit” Verlander takes to the mound at Comerica Park this season, he’ll have his own personal cheering section.
A federal judge has granted a major break to a Detroit-area man who admitted violating the economic embargo against Iraq years ago.