A Colorado family buries their son who was killed in action and ponders what he was fighting for in the 17-year-old Afghan war.
Greg JaffeFor this Memorial Day we told the story of Gabe Conde's return home this May. He was a kindergartner on 9/11 and the 2,264th member of the US military to die in Afghanistan. He died fighting off an enemy ambush.
Greg JaffeWhat's the meaning of one death in a war now in its 17th year?
For Memorial Day we tell the story of Bob and Donna Conde whose son Gabe was killed in Afghanistan's Kapisa Province on April 30.
Timothy Ziemer's departure Tuesday and the disbanding of his team at the National Security Council signal a downgrading of global health security as a priority, experts warn.
Greg JaffeTop White House official in charge of pandemic response exits abruptly. No replacement. His team at NSC has been disbanded. The same day, a new Ebola outbreak is declared in Congo. @bylenasun
In 1961, he founded in Washington one of the country’s first taekwondo studios.
Greg JaffeAny kid who grew up in the DC area in the 1970s (watching tv) could sing Jhoon Rhee's jingle and complete his slogan: "Nobody bothers me..." (Jhoon Rhee, who helped popularize taekwondo, dies at 86.)