American University Distinguished Scholar Nora Bensahel discussed the risk of following dangerous assumptions in warfare and what the US military may be overlooking.
Our Memorial Day column is, as it should be, a somber thank-you to people who serve, in or out of uniform, and especially to people working today.
Federal News Radio took to social media to share with you how the federal agencies are honoring those who have fallen for Memorial Day
Despite the fact that most people aren't working today, Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says it's important to remember that Memorial Day is not a “fun” holiday.
Within a decade, probably all of the veterans will be gone and with them misty recollections of those who didn't come home alive.
President Barack Obama and Secretary of Defense Ash Carter took part in a Memorial Day remembrance ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery Monday. The day before, Carter attended the start of the Rolling Thunder ride at the Pentagon.
Rolling Thunder returns a measure of authenticity to Memorial Day by reminding us to actually memorialize those killed fighting the country's wars.
It's Memorial Day and Senior Correspondent Mike Causey shares the sentiments of a former fed about the true meaning of the holiday.
Memorial Day is anything but a holiday. It is a time when we remember those who served and whose lives were altered, or ended, by war, Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says. Today we pay tribute to them and to people in the federal family - past, present and future - who served or will serve.
Most of you have a four-day weekend coming up. Some will even slip out a little early to get a headstart, so everybody is happy, correct? Wrong! Not in Washington, the city of the worried well, where many of us see bad news as good news and disaster as an opportunity, Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says. So if you want to get ahead in D.C., wipe that smile off your face and suffer like the rest of us.
If you are working today, Memorial Day, odds are most members of the public, press or political establishment don\'t know it. Or don\'t know what you are doing. Or don\'t much care. But those who do, says Senior Correspondent Mike Causey, are very, very glad you are out there.
Defense Secretary Robert Gates made the message in a one-minute video posted online.
If you are working today, Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says \'thank you!\'
Forty one years (and about 41 pounds) ago, a teenage soldier took part in ceremonies at Arlington National Cemetery honoring the unknown soldier from the Korean War. That kid, if he was a lot skinnier…