Journalism

A soldier in Logar Province, Afghanistan reads about the capture of Osama Bin Laden in a 2011 issue of the Stars and Stripes.
Christopher Hall / Georgia National Guard

The 159-year-old military newspaper, which is published by the Department of Defense, has been targeted for elimination by some Pentagon leaders.

NPR photographer David Gilkey, right, and translator Zabihullah Tamanna were killed on assignment in southern Afghanistan.
Monika Evstatieva / NPR via AP

American Homefront's Jay Price remembers the NPR journalist killed in Afghanistan and talks about the risks of covering war.