WCPO: Veteran Helps To Make Toys More Representative
A Navy veteran wrote letters to toy manufacturers asking for help in creating a female green toy soldier.
Commemorating D-Day on 79th anniversary of deadly WWII invasion
Thousands of Allied troops were lost on June 6, 1944, as forces pushed back Nazi troops, allowing for the eventual liberation of France during WWII.
30 years after 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell,' gay airman reflects on serving
Biff Boswell explains how he hid his sexuality to keeps his job.
Fort Bragg gets new name, dropping Confederate namesake
Base officials said hundreds of people, including veterans, dignitaries and military families, attended the redesignation ceremony.
Human Rights Campaign declares state of emergency for LGBTQ+ community
Officials with the group say lawmakers and business leaders need to fight for LGBTQ+ rights the same way they have for abortion rights.
White House trumpets $2.6B plan to protect costal communities
The Biden administration announced a list of funding allocations as part of the Inflation Reduction Act to help marine areas.
Is Oklahoma's taxpayer-funded Catholic school constitutional?
Supporters and opponents of the nation's first taxpayer-funded Catholic school weigh in on an Oklahoma school board's vote to approve it.