Phil Bronstein got the first interviews with the man who actually fired the bullets that killed Osama bin Laden — a man who would be considered a hero to most Americans, but whose story since leaving the Navy has not been a happy one.
In every Navy SEAL is a memoir, it seems lately. Retired SEAL Kristin Beck's new memoir, published on Tuesday and titled Warrior Princess, is a bit different, though. In it, Beck describes how, over the course of her 20 year military career, she became aware that was she meant to live life as a woman.
Chris Kyle, a retired Navy SEAL who is recognized as the most lethal sniper in U.S. military history, was shot and killed at a gun range in Texas on Saturday by a fellow former soldier who he was trying to help overcome post-traumatic stress disorder.
A member of the Navy's elite SEAL Team Six was killed on Sunday, during a mission that rescued an American doctor from kidnappers in Afghanistan.
Seven members of the Navy SEAL Team Six are being punished for leaking classified information, but the punishment isn't linked to the raid to kill Osama bin Laden at all.
The Defense Department threw down the gauntlet last night, telling former Navy SEAL author Matt Bissonnette he's in "material breach" of his agreements not to disclose military secrets with his book, No Easy Day, and, as a result, the Pentagon is considering legal action against him.
It turns out, Navy SEAL author Matt Bissonnette was in disguise when he appeared on 60 Minutes last night.
They were the Republicans' best chance at swift-boating President Obama, but they're unraveling at the seams.
There have been numerous revisions to the official account of how Osama bin Ladan was killed on May 2, 2011, but a new book, set for release on September 11, promises to deliver what no one else has: The perspective of a Navy SEAL who actually participated in the raid.
Politically speaking, Navy SEALs aren't the safest targets to rail against in a presidential race, but the Obama campaign isn't hesitating to take down a group of former SEALs who've criticized the president's national security decisions.
The anti-Obama campaign slogan "you didn't build that" has reached its inevitable extension into the foreign policy arena. But this may be its worst application yet.
Today in books and publishing: Linsanity may be subsiding, but the Knicks guard is still going to the subject of a biography for kids
The Navy SEAL raid that freed an American and a Dane from Somali captors spooked other Somalis holding an American, who now say they'll kill the hostage if they're attacked.
Vice President Joe Biden had an early-morning interview with Good Morning America's George Stephanopoulos today, revealing that the reason President Obama ordered the rescue was due to Jessica Buchanan's "failing" health.
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