As long as the USMC tolerates toxic masculinity, women will be treated as second-class Marines
"They view people as enemy combatants," says activist, as cops adopt surveillance, tracking, facial recognition programs designed for war zones
Former members of the U.S. drone program expose the hidden price of remote control combat
Air Force officers at America's nuke sites work 24-hour-shifts in antique underground capsules launching fake attacks straight out of 'Strangelove' — and they're ready to blow
Questions surround official investigation of alleged U.S. war crimes in Afghanistan
Even after Don't Ask Don't Tell's repeal, gender identity remains unprotected for U.S. armed forces
After an election, the West African nation starts to recover from a year of political instability
'The sad truth is that this will happen again'
Three years ago, a 23-year-old soldier walked off his base in Afghanistan and into the hands of the Taliban. Now he’s a crucial pawn in negotiations to end the war. Will the Pentagon leave a man behind?
West Point's new "nice-guy army"
A cadet at West Point
In the next five years, according to current plans, the Pentagon will spend nearly $1.5 trillion. Candidate Clinton proposed cuts of only $100 billion
America launched a political affair in Nicaragua that seems to have no end
The president's defense buildups makes no sense, costs too much and is tied to a cold-war foreign policy