Under Obama, the American war dead have, it seems, like the war they are now fighting, generally gone into the dustbin of news coverage.
As prospects dim in Iraq, the Pentagon digs in deeper around the Middle East.
Even proponents of repeal assume that DADT only interferes with the ability of gay servicemembers to serve openly, leaving them to conduct their private lives in, well, private. We're wrong.
Sergeant Chuck Luther seeks justice after his torture at the hands of the US military.
If you thought our monster embassy in Afghanistan was going to be the end of it, consider that we're now set to stay in the country long after Obama's 2011 withdrawal deadline.
When it comes to US foreign policy and the Muslim world, it’s as if we remain fixed in the eleventh century in a perpetual battle of “us” against “them.”
The cost of turning away from war's horrific realities.
Are the Pentagon and US military high command addicted not to victory, but to the state of war itself?
Once a serious journalist, the Washington Post’s Bob Woodward now makes a very fine living as chief gossip-monger of the governing class.
US troops in Afghanistan are coming home whether Washington wants them to or not, whether there's an antiwar movement or not. And it's going to happen more quickly than anyone in our capital imagines.