by Sy Mukherjee Feb 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 Jan 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 Jan 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 Dec 27, 2013
President Obama signed a bill to curb the military's sexual assault epidemic, but will it be enough?
by Hayes Brown Dec 11, 2013
The U.S. is finally getting in the game in the CAR, providing much needed logistical support for the peacekeepers deployed to restore order.
by Hayes Brown Dec 10, 2013
Over half of the current detainees in Gitmo will be eligible for transfer to a third-country under the deal between the House and Senate.
by Hayes Brown Nov 6, 2013
A new CAP report believes military sexual assault may be even more prevelant that previous estimates, calling on new Congressional reforms.
by Hayes Brown Oct 2, 2013
You may have heard about the massive backlog in processing veterans' benefits after they return home. You probably haven't heard about how it's shrinking. But now the shutdown is threatening that.
by Hayes Brown Sep 17, 2013
In the days after a tragedy in the heart of America's national security system, the GOP is instead focusing on talking points and conspiracy theories.
by Bryce Covert Aug 23, 2013
Sequestration may push the DoD to fire workers instead of just furloughing them.