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NFL's Roger Goodell to hold a press conference, the first in 9 days. We'll have the latest.
(CNN) – The Medal of Honor is the nation's highest military honor, signifying extraordinary acts of valor.
But increasingly, those who have served in our wars in Iraq and Afghanistan are asking: Why are so few of today's troops considered worthy of the honor?
World Wars I and II, and the wars in Korea and Vietnam brought hundreds of Medals of Honor – WWI 130 medals, WWII 472, Korea 146, and Vietnam now 258 has after Monday's presentations to Sgt. Maj. Bennie Adkins and Spc. Donald P. Sloat.
For the Iraq War, there have been just four medals presented, all posthumously. America's longest war in Afghanistan has just 12.
(CNN) – With expectations high, anything less than a mini marvel may have disappointed Apple fans who've been lining up for the company's mobile innovations since 2007.
The first iPhone changed the industry, and since then the device has gotten faster, thinner, cheaper and more versatile than ever before.
The regular phone upgrades like voice commands, mobile apps, and better cameras have made it easy to forget an age when customers were much easier to impress.
CNN's Jake Tapper reports.
(CNN) – President Obama has not yet formulated and articulated a comprehensive strategy to take on ISIS, the jihadists running rampant in Iraq and Syria.
But he got another chance Wednesday in Estonia, when he responded to the video ISIS released showing the second beheading of an innocent American by these terrorists in as many weeks.
Labor Day in Washington echoes like a starter pistol's blast, signaling that election season is kicking into high gear.
CNN’s Dana Bash reports on the upcoming midterm elections.