Twelve of the base's instructors have been accused of sexual assault, with thirty-one female trainees identified as victims.
If US troops find themselves morally injured, shouldn’t we ask: Who put them in the position to suffer such wounds in the first place?
Obama's plan for global war uses a variety of extra-legal methods including drones, civilian and proxy fighters, and cyber warfare.
The MSNBC host and Nation editor at large has always been a thoughtful and fair journalist. That includes how he conducted himself in the controversy around his Memorial Day show.
Its ‘roadmap’ in tatters, the Pentagon takes a detour to Terminator Planet.
Why did Obama administration lawyers refuse to discount the possibility, even for First Amendment–protected speech?
The dramatic opening of the 9/11 trial shined a light on all the ways in which a commission is not a federal court.
Spending the same money on education, or clean energy, would bring many more jobs—among other benefits.
The key to making America safer is not to increase military spending but rather to do the exact opposite.
In the 1990s, targeted killing was highly controversial. Today, the practice is barely questioned. What happened in between?