Activision goes to war against the Battlefield series by bringing Call of Duty back to World War II. CoDWWII comes with new and separate single-player and co-op campaigns, run-and-gun multiplayer on more. Drops 11/3/17 for Windows, Xbox One and PS4.
It would cost just $4.4 billion to save 20 million African lives, but the world won't pony up. Not since World War II have more human beings been at risk from disease and starvation than at this very moment. On March 10th, Stephen O’Brien,...Show More Summary
During World War II, Mrs. Finch quietly undermined Japan when it occupied the Philippines, and was tortured for it. Then she quietly raised a family in the United States.
At the end of World War II, Costa Mesa was a cozy no man’s land – an unincorporated area surrounded by Huntington Beach, Newport Beach and Santa Ana that had its own post office, a small commercial strip where Newport and Harbor boulevards met and a whole lot of open space at its fringes. When […]
During the final stages of World War II, an American B-29 Bomber dropped the world’s first atomic bombs over Japan. The attack was launched from an airfield on Tinian Island, one of three islands in the Marianas. Today, little remains...Show More Summary
Donald Trump has set a record for signing the most executive orders in the first 100 days of a presidential term since World War II. And Stephen Colbert wonders if Trump knows what he's signing. Thursday's "Late Show" audience responded...Show More Summary
The darkest moment in France's modern history ended seven decades ago with the Nazis' defeat, yet still casts a lingering shadow of shame — one now clouding the race to … Click to Continue »
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Bill O’Reilly made a thinly veiled reference to the sexual harassment scandal that cost him his job at Fox News by comparing his situation to that of his father, who served in World War II. On his podcast Wednesday, O’Reilly read a message...Show More Summary
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A diary written in 1945 by John F. Kennedy during his brief stint as a journalist after World War II sold for $718,750 according to Boston-based RR Auction. The diary was consigned by Deirdre Henderson, who began working for Senator Kennedy in 1959 as his research assistant in his run for the Presidency. Show More Summary
As has been hinted at, then teased and finally revealed, Call of Duty is returning to World War II. While Activision hasn't pulled back the curtain completely on their next epic FPS war game, we know a heck of a lot more today than we knew a mere 24 hours ago.
Former Fox News host Bill O’Reilly played the victim card once again when it comes to those accusing him of sexual harassment. During a Wednesday podcast, O’Reilly compared himself to his late father, who fought in World War II. “You know, I wrote about my dad. He died, you know,...
After almost a decade of laser sights, drones and power-armor, Call of Duty returns to its World War II roots.
His film of Marines taking Pacific island of Tarawa in World War II won an Academy Award.
A diary kept by a young John F. Kennedy during his brief stint as a journalist after World War II was sold Wednesday.
Every year, a new "Call of Duty" game comes out — it's an annual franchise, like "Madden" and "FIFA," except it's a first-person shooter instead of a sports game. 2017 is no different, and this year's "Call of Duty" just got the big reveal treatment. Show More Summary
Call of Duty is going back to World War II, and to no one’s surprise, this means you’ll have the chance to take on waves of undead Nazi soldiers. Publisher Activision and its Sledgehammer Games studio unveiled Call of Duty: World War II today. The game is due to launch in November (unless World War III starts […]