St. Louis Marks Memorial DayHundreds gather at Jefferson Barracks to honor those who gave all.
Locals React to Syrian ConflictThe tough question, El Zoobi says, is if America wants to get back into a conflict in the Middle East.
Traveling Vietnam Wall on Display in St. LouisThe Traveling Vietnam Wall will be on display through 3 p.m. Sunday at Eternal Flame Park on Chestnut between 14th and 15th streets.
Purple Heart Medal Returns to WWII Soldier's FamilyA lost Purple Heart medal was returned to the family of World War II veteran, William T. Brewer.
Brain Imaging Study at SLU Shows Effects of CombatDr. Tyler Roskos says veterans who suffered blast injuries have changes in brain tissue that are still apparent years after.
Ill. Delegation Struggles With Decision on SyriaBill Enyart, the southern Illinois Democrat who once headed Illinois' National Guard, says he hasn't made up his mind about President Obama's call for limited military force against Syria.
McCaskill Chastises Kim Jong-un As "Irresponsible Young Man"Maintains that "freaked out" Chinese hold key to preventing all-out war.
Charlie Brennan: Regretting Afghanistan & HomelessDo you regret that our country began a war in Afghanistan a decade ago?
Capitol Perspectives: Budget War Stories With the past week's budget filibuster in Missouri's Senate, I thought some of the war stories of past years would be of interest.
Homeless Vets Still a Problem in IllinoisErica Borggren, director of the Illinois Department of Veterans Affairs, says mentally unstable veterans have trouble maintaining jobs, and unemployment leads to homelessness
Names Of Fallen Servicemen Read All NightA 12 hour reading of the names of those who lost their lives in service began at 9:11 Friday night.
St. Louis Will Be First In Nation To Throw City-Wide Welcome Home For Iraq VetsGrass-roots campaign raises $25K for parade.