By Hayes Brown on March 31, 2014
After more than ten years and thousands of lives lost, finally a month without combat deaths.
Fourteen women have attempted to complete the most grueling exam in the military. Fourteen so far have failed. One woman explains why.
By Hayes Brown on March 27, 2014
Twenty survivors -- 17 female and one male -- are taking their case to the Western Hemisphere's only international human rights body.
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By Hayes Brown on March 26, 2014
Millions of dollars. Thousands of man-hours. And all for a non-existent conspiracy.
By Hayes Brown on March 6, 2014
This is at least the third instance in the last year where a military official charged with preventing or handling sexual assault cases has been accused of assault themselves.
By Hayes Brown on February 25, 2014
Support the troops, just not the 900,000 veterans and thousands more active duty families who rely on food stamps to make ends meet.
By Sy Mukherjee on February 20, 2014
The Departments of Defense and Veterans Affairs still have a long way to go, according to a new report from the Institute of Medicine.
By Hayes Brown on January 29, 2014
A U.S.-funded hospital in Afghanistan is reportedly so poorly constructed, "patients, including newborn infants, are washed in untreated river water."
By Hayes Brown on January 14, 2014
The package designed to keep the government open for the rest of this year boosts several programs designed to help military sexual assault victims.
By Carimah Townes on December 27, 2013
President Obama signed a bill to curb the military's sexual assault epidemic, but will it be enough?