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How We Can Get Partisan Politics Out of Football
Make support for African-Americans’ civic equality a nonpartisan issue.
The $6 Trillion Issue You Won’t Be Hearing About at Tonight’s Debate
Radical change is needed at the Pentagon — but no one is talking about it.
military sexual assault
The Military Failed Survivors of Sexual Assault
Some veterans who reported sexual assault lost their careers before military reforms took place.
Report: Pentagon Misled Congress on Sex Assault
In order to prevent a Senate bill from passing.
love and literally war
All Combat Roles in the Military Will Be Open to Women, Pentagon Says
Exemptions to the rule must be justified.
The Drama of the Drone Papers
A story about civilian casualties is also a story about the bureaucracy of secrecy. Which one will have more impact?
Bowe Bergdahl Moved to Outpatient Treatment
A week and a half after returning to the United States.
Friendly Fire Airstrike Kills 5 U.S. Soldiers in Afghanistan
A bomber accidentally hit them after they called for air support.
Fellow Soldiers Criticize Bergdahl
They say his actions led to the deaths of his fellow troops.
Not Everyone Is Happy With the Release of American POW Bowe Bergdahl
Some members of the
worry that the Obama administration negotiated with terrorists.
Hagel Is ‘Open’ to Reviewing Transgender Ban
They’re currently banned from serving.
More Military Sexual Assaults Were Reported This Year Than Ever Before
Why that’s a good thing.
Number Two Nuclear Weapons Commander Suspended Over Gambling
Nobody wants to take any chances here.
Shots Fired at Navy Yard Headquarters in Washington [Updated]
Twelve dead, several injured.
Women Will Soon Be Allowed to Serve in Military Combat
Leon Panetta makes one last huge move.
As Active-Duty Suicides Spike, Army Develops an Anti-Suicide Nasal Spray
Active ingredient: thyrotropin-releasing hormone.
Americans Apologize for Burning Korans in Afghanistan
Protesters were not pleased in the slightest.
Blackwater Is Re-Branding Again
The private military company will now be called Academi.
General Petraeus Hands Off Power to General Allen
I think, generally, it has borne fruit.”
Withdrawal From Afghanistan to Begin With 800 National Guard Troops This Summer
As many as 8,400 troops will have to withdraw in the last few months of 2011 in order to stick to the plan.
General Martin E. Dempsey Expected to Lead Joint Chiefs of Staff
The move would make Dempsey the military’s highest-ranking officer.