Former Marine Eddie Ray Routh was found guilty by a jury yesterday. Routh murdered Chris Kyle, hero of the book-turned-Hollywood-blockbuster “American Sniper, and his friend Chad Littlefield in 2013.
Eddie Ray Routh has been found guilty of murder in the death of Chris Kyle, the hero who inspired the movie American Sniper, and his friend Chad Littlefield. After intense closing arguments that at one point caused Chris Kyle's widow,...Show More Summary
American Sniper has been one of the most talked-about films of the century. Its subject matter polarizes conservatives and liberals as to whether its subject, former Navy SEAL sniper Chris Kyle, was a hero or a barbarian. But as that...Show More Summary
Post by Jenny Erikson. Just over two years have passed since American Sniper hero Chris Kyle was murdered at a gun range near Dallas, Texas, and on Tuesday, February 24, a jury found Eddie Ray Routh guilty of killing the Navy SEAL and Kyle's friend, Chad Littlefield. Show More Summary
Most of the Academy Awards prognosticators were not expecting the box-office smash American Sniper to clean up in the categories that truly mattered, despite its nods for Best Picture, Actor, Writing and Editing. In fact, the film walked away from the evening only with a statue for Best Achievement in Sound Editing. Show More Summary
Chris Kyle was a good and brave man who died far too early. He was a true American hero, not some wannabe like Jesse Ventura. The way he lived and
The lyrics, according to Playbill, originally included a line referencing "a hero of Afghanistan." The final version includes a nod to "a sniper in a combat zone.” read more
Taya Kyle, the real-life widow of "American Sniper" Chris Kyle, attended the 87th Academy Awards in Los Angeles on Sunday to honor the late war hero.
You may have seen this at American Thinker: Is President Obama a Muslim? A lot has been written about this, but if photographs speak louder than words, then a photo taken at last August’s U.S.-African Leaders’ Summit in Washington D.C. Show More Summary
He lost the instruction manual to this superhero suit, and there is no customer service. Look at the anxiety on his face! ABC We need to give The Greatest American Hero some more thought. The comedy-drama, which appeared on ABC in the...Show More Summary
Taya Kyle, wife of the film's hero, hasn't paid two families of soldiers her late husband promised to support as her share of proceeds tops $6 million. Does she owe them? Legal experts say no, but "moral obligation is a whole other story." read more
Discovery Communications today announced its portfolio of U.S. networks including Discovery Channel, TLC, Animal Planet, Investigation Discovery, Science Channel, Destination America, American Heroes Channel, Velocity, Discovery Life Channel and Discovery Family Channel
Walk a Chinook down the street and you'll be hard-pressed to find anyone who thinks he's anything but a friendly mutt. Claim he comes from heroes and explorers and you'll get patronizing nods. Reveal he's one of America's best kept secrets...Show More Summary
Happy Presidents Day 2015! True American heroes don't come any truer than these two... who we decided to pit against each other to determine the greatest of all time. OF ALL TIME! In an epic Fashion Face-Off for the ages! Sort of literally! Honest...Show More Summary
IDW and artist Adam Riches team up for a special cover featuring everyone from Cobra Commander to Headman and beyond.
In the land of the rom-com, where two opposites somehow come together to find love, who’s pulling the strings? Some would say “craven and emotionally manipulative filmmakers,” but the true hero may just be the classic god of attraction and affection. Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: Relativity is teaming with prolific producer Dana Brunetti to craft a drama based on two American heroes who were killed while saving American lives during the 2012 attacks in Benghazi, Libya. The studio has acquired the life rights of former U.S. Show More Summary
The Middle East is still the geopolitical Wild West, where American heroes earn their stripes.
By Rebecca Gordon | (Tomdispatch.com) Why was it again that, as President Obama said, “we tortured some folks” after the 9/11 attacks? Oh, right, because we were terrified. Because everyone knows that…