By Ben Armbruster on April 24, 2014
The United States spends more on defense than the next 12 countries combined, many of which are U.S. allies.
By Ari Phillips on April 15, 2014
The 20 megawatt solar array will provide about a quarter of the annual electricity use for Fort Huachuca in southeast Arizona.
By Ben Armbruster on April 9, 2014
Rep. Paul Ryan's (R-WI) budget will buy another aircraft carrier and cut funding for low-income Americans.
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By Sy Mukherjee on April 3, 2014
There are big gaps in state laws when it comes to barring people with serious mental illnesses who might become violent from owning guns.
By Jessica Goldstein, Guest Contributor on April 2, 2014
We're seeing rape survivors on non-SVU shows. How realistic are the portrayals of their experiences?
By Aviva Shen on April 1, 2014
The regulations, released Monday, prohibit twists, multiple braids, headbands, and other hairstyles that are mainly used by black women.
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.
By Zack Ford on March 14, 2014
A new report shows that the military has much to gain and nothing to lose by allowing transgender people to serve openly and receive the health care they deserve.