As criticism over his support for torture and his interference in the Gitmo trials escalates, William J. Haynes steps down.
From the heaving deck of the USS Lake Erie, the Bush Administration takes shaky aim at a rogue satellite hurtling to Earh, carrying unknown secrets. The missile attack is purely humanitarian, they assure us.
Curb your enthusiasm. No matter who wins, we can't reverse the damage of Bush's bloated military budget.
A stressed-out Marine Corps sends its troops on repeated tours to Iraq and then tosses them out when they come back traumatized.
During the cold war, the driving force was the bilateral arms race; now it's proliferation.
Today's military members face red tape, false advertising and multiple deployments. What happened to the promises of the original GI Bill?
With little Congressional scrutiny and nary a whimper of protest, the United States will soon establish permanent military bases in sub-Saharan Africa.
As the eighteenth annual demonstration against the Army's School of the Americas nears, we quiz Democratic hopefuls on whether they would shut it down. Their answers are not encouraging.
As Iraq veterans speak out against a war in shambles, leading Democrats are wavering about quickly removing our troops from this deepening quagmire.
A legal drama is unfolding in Washington State over whether an Army officer who
refuses to serve in Iraq has the same Constitutional rights as the rest of us.