It's time for the epidemic of rape and sexual assault in the U.S. military to get the attention it deserves, where the problem is institutional.
Wikileaks' latest release, which includes documents already declassified but very difficult to search and obtain, is a testament to the ongoing need for Wikileaks and similar groups.
The documentary film Dirty Wars: The World Is a Battlefield exposes the Obama administration's threatre of war and hears from people who live at the target end of U.S. foreign policy.
The first phase of the court-martial, which civilian defence attorney David Coombs calls "the unlawful pretrial punishment motion phase," considered a defence motion to throw out the entire case.
The inconsistency at the core of U.S. foreign policy is that democracy can be delivered through the barrel of a gun, that terrorism can be fought by terrorizing a nation.
The South Korean government is building a naval base designed for ships equipped with technology essential for the U.S. missile defence system.
The longest war in United States history, the Afghan war is being perpetuated, according to one brave, whistle-blowing U.S. Army officer, through a "pattern of overt and substantive deception."
Accused Wikileaks whistle-blower Pvt. Bradley Manning turned 24 Saturday. He spent his birthday in a pre-trial military hearing that could ultimately lead to a sentence of life ... or death.
It is deeply regrettable that Iran may one day join the not-so-exclusive club of nations that possess nuclear weapons. But I don't see how the world convinces Iran it's not entitled to such weapons.
The United States might be drowning in debt but it's spending enough on its military-security complex to fix the crisis and save us all from economic Armageddon. There are priorities, after all.