The director of Wayne State’s Center for Peace and Conflict says the preferred strategy would be diplomatic pressure on Syria.
Plans are moving forward for a $3 million World War II memorial in metro Detroit, with bricks that will be part of the project going on display this month.
Metro Detroiters are left divided as news spread that the Pentagon is lifting its ban on women serving in combat.
A documentary about Michigan’s key role in the War of 1812 is set to premiere next month at The Henry Ford history attraction in Dearborn.
More than six decades after Army Pfc. Arthur Leiviska died in a Korean prisoner of war camp, the soldier will be buried with full military honors on Memorial Day at a cemetery in his hometown in the Upper Peninsula.
After nearly nine years, 4,500 Americans dead and 32,000 wounded, U.S. officials are formally shutting down the war in Iraq.
A departure ceremony was held at the Selfridge Air National Guard Base in Mt. Clemens for the for the 3-238th Battalion.
Dozens of people gathered in front of Royal Oak City Hall to speak their minds on the war in Afghanistan and the nation’s lack of jobs.
WWJ has learned Wednesday morning that one of the 22 Navy SEALs killed over the weekend in Afghanistan is from Michigan.
A bipartisan group of 10 lawmakers, including Michigan’s John Conyers, is suing President Obama for taking military action against Libya without war authorization.