Video originally released Jan. 11, 2008: A Navy combat camera photographer was just doing his job at the U.S. Navy base at Guantánamo on Jan. 11, 2002, the day the first war on terror captives arrived. Little did he know that the pictures he took
Construction is underway in North Korea to build a sprawling resort complex near an area the military has used for testing missiles. The government said it hopes to attract a million tourists a year. From where remains unclear.
The Department of Health and Human Resources takes an inside look at an undocumented immigrant children's shelter in Texas, the largest licensed child care facility in the nation. Note: video has no audio.
While the Guantánamo detainees pray, the military makes special accommodations during the Muslim holy month. The kitchen prepares extra meals for a midnight snack for the men, who usually don't get a food option in the middle of the night.
Ex-Major League Baseball player Mat Latos was ejected from a Can-Am baseball game in Little Falls, New Jersey, on June 9, after he sparked a bench-clearing brawl between the his current team, the New Jersey Jackals, and the Rockland Boulders.
Major brands typically pay millions of dollars to outfit national soccer teams. But international sanctions and pressure on Iran have forced its World Cup squad to take a do-it-yourself approach to its uniforms.
Toll booth surveillance video shows a violent crash that occurred last Sunday, near St. Cloud, in Osceola County, on the Florida Turnpike. The crash victim miraculously survived and was later released from an area hospital.
Jeniffer Lazo, an activist from the group Nicaragüense Unidos, speaks about Nicaraguans in Miami protesting President Daniel Ortega and his government at Ruben Dario Park in Sweetwater, Florida on Saturday, June 9, 2018.