The shots fired by members of SEAL Team Six which killed Osama Bin Laden were the combination of tactics and technology pioneered seventy years ago by men like Frank Monteleone, who is now one of the last of the first World War II SEALs. Show More Summary
Every Thanksgiving, many households in America are laden with leftovers from the day’s feast that will eventually grow tiresome. Luckily, BuzzFeed has put together “5 Genius Thanksgiving Leftover Hacks“, a handy set of simple food hacks that utilize those very same leftovers and turns them into exciting new dishes. For example, with just a few […]
I wondered how our neutered, bootlicking, pro-government media would manage to turn David Cameron’s devastating personal and political defeat in Rochester into a disaster for Red Ed. Piles of money, tankers laden with snake-oil, five visits by the Prime Minister...
ABC News talks to the first drone operator to fire a Hellfire missile from a Predator platform, you know, since it’s becoming popular to talk about your secret operations these days. He says that he once found Osama bin Laden a year before the 9-11 attacks made bin Laden a priority target. However the drones […]
In an interview today with Robert O’Neill, former Navy SEAL who claims to have killed Bin Laden, CNN asked ”But what about Zero Dark Thirty?” (1:15). “It was a good movie,” said O’Neill, “I anticipated it. I enjoyed watching it. I’ve seen it more than once. Show More Summary
Forget about Santa's sleigh, TGI Fridays is launching flying drones laden with mistletoe to get diners in the holiday spirit.
For 3 ½ years since the raid that killed Osama bin Laden, former Navy SEAL Robert O’Neill managed to keep a lid on the last major secret from that historic mission: His own name. Journalists and producers had chronicled nearly every second of the May 2, 2011, raid in news articles, documentaries and a major Hollywood film. Show More Summary
Rob O'Neill is a Redskins fan. He also happens to be the Navy SEAL who reportedly shot and killed Osama bin Laden. On Saturday, O'Neill attended the Redskins' team meeting.
With rating boosted by “The Man Who Killed Usama Bin Laden” special, Fox News Channel delivered its third highest-rated week of the year in total viewers, behind only the weeks featuring the Midterm elections and the State of the Union. Show More Summary
A year before he was the first pilot to ever unleash a Hellfire missile from a Predator drone in combat, airman Scott Swanson said he was at the controls of another Predator back in 2000 when a man believed to be Osama bin Laden was...
The risks of ISIS getting a nuclear bomb are small. But they are not zero. The group represents the greatest nuclear terrorist threat we have faced since Osama bin Laden talked with Pakistani nuclear scientists about how, exactly, he...Show More Summary
Part Two of a talk with Robert O’Neill, the ex-Navy Seal who says he personally shot to death Osama bin Laden, is the channel’s most popular documentary.
It takes a special person to land two national magazine covers at the same time: Bruce Springsteen, Osama bin Laden... and now Taylor Swift, whose haunting visage appears on the covers of both Time and Bloomberg Businessweek. As you might be able to tell from the respective images, only one... More »
Part II of Peter Doocy‘s “The Man Who Killed Usama Bin Laden” drew a preliminary 3.37 million viewers last night, topping even Part I on Tuesday night and making it the most-watched documentary on Fox News ever. Part II was up +25% in viewers and up +10% in the demo vs. Show More Summary
Fox News’ first segment of “The Man Who Killed Usama Bin Laden,” which aired Tuesday night, was the network’s most-watched 10 p.m. slot of the year, excluding the State of the Union and midterm election coverage last Tuesday. The segment...Show More Summary
Ex-navy seal Robert O’Neill – the American hero who created controversy when he revealed himself as the man who blew away Osama bin Laden – is hiding a dark and… READ ON
There was a time when all you did to make a cup of coffee was put in the grounds, add the water and press a button. Now, with the advent of 21st century technology laden machines such as the Arist, brewing the drink that gets your day started is looking more and more like a Silicon Valley project. Show More Summary
Robert O'Neill, the former Navy SEAL who says he shot Osama Bin Laden, has an answer for his critics. In the second half of his exclusive interview with Fox News, which was broadcast Wednesday, O'Neill discussed the possibility people might question his story. Show More Summary
Fox News aired the second half of their exclusive two-part documentary "The Man Who Killed Osama Bin Laden" on Wednesday evening. It concluded with footage showing former Navy SEAL Robert O'Neill meeting with families of people who were killed in the September 11th attacks earlier this year. Show More Summary