A member of the 82nd Airborne survives the war but returns to lose his daughter in his arms just outside Fort Bragg.
In light of the tragic shooting in Newtown, Rachel Peck reflects upon the words she has used in the past to describe her brother Daniel, who has Autism.
Thaddeus Howze insists that we are a nation in crisis—a moral crisis, a social crisis but most importantly a mental health crisis that we are completely in denial about. We are violent because we are trained to be.
Tragedy comes from repressed shame, not from being too permissive with people.
Did hacker group Anonymous foil Karl Rove’s evil election-stealing plan? Greg Olear offers evidence that this conspiracy theory may be true.
Matt Crowder looks back at the moment he knew he had to join the U.S. Military—the morning of September 11, 2001—and how that has turned him into the man he is today.
Sergeant Major Franklin Dennis Jones spent 77 days at an army base that was continuously bombarded by the North Vietnamese. And Julie Richardson is shooting a film about it.
Am I man enough? Am I powerful enough? Men put their bodies at risk to cover up pain, fear, and vulnerability.
Moriel Rothman is refusing to serve in the IDF an act of protest against what he sees as an unjust and evil system. Here is his story.
Steve Jaeger lives to tell a tale of hitchhiking in the Age of Aquarius.
Matt Thompson had given up any possibility of coming home from Iraq—but he returned safely. Now, over a year later, he still can’t shake the urge to go back.
Even the way prison statistics are reported betrays ugly and outdated gender stereotypes.
How do you dismiss a black man’s argument? You call him angry.