For our veterans, life after war requires assimilation into a culture that understands very little about them and their service.
Rev. Neil O’Farrell and the Darkest Horror of the Torture Report
How do we benefit from drones without giving up our privacy, civil rights and humanity in the process?
In a major national security speech this spring, President Obama said again and again that the U.S. is at war with “Al Qaeda, the Taliban, and their associated forces.” So who exactly are those associated forces? It’s a secret.
The NSA spies on us. All of us. All the time. Greg Olear wonders why we aren’t more pissed off about it.
Drone technology that preserves the lives of American soldiers may come at a price to American civilians.
” … and then it hit me … the boots weren’t his.” An encounter with the Boston Marathon hero Carlos Arredondo, five years earlier, tells a story of love and grief.
Two senseless tragedies, one heroic father: Carlos Arredondo.
he Newtown shootings changed Alex Yarde’s sense of safety. Now he’s even more shaken as the Assault Weapons Ban has been cut from the Gun Control Bill.
When the war dead are counted, ‘women and children’ are singled out for our pity. Why do we accept the deaths of men in war?
Kathryn DeHoyos discusses what we know, or more importantly what we don’t know about PTSD.