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Raped in the military, then raped by Congress

Scarred by war, then by friendly fire rape, House Republicans also would like women service members to bear their rapist’s child. ... Read more»1

Poll: Most non-Americans oppose U.S. drone attacks

America's use of unmanned drones to kill terror suspects is widely opposed around the world, according to a survey. ... Read more»


'Suspicious packages' at Homeland Security

"Suspicious packages" were delivered to the offices of the Department of Homeland Security on Oracle Road. But everything turned out OK.... Read more»

U.S. military admits major war mistakes

Some of the military’s most senior officers, in a little-noticed report this spring, rendered a harsh account of their work that highlights repeated missteps and failures over the past decade, in both Iraq and Afghanistan.... Read more»

Guest opinion

McCain on Syria: 'How many more have to die?'

I pray that President Obama will finally realize what President Clinton came to understand during the Balkans wars. How many more have to die? How many more people have to die in Syria before the United States will assume its responsibility of leadership?... Read more»

D-Day: Five facts to know

June 6, 1944, marked the first day of the the Normandy landings during WWII. While this day will forever be marked in history, there are a few facts that go unnoticed. ... Read more»1

Panetta defends Pakistan drone attacks

U.S. Defense Secretary Leon Panetta has defended the military’s use of drones to target insurgents in Pakistan, while addressing a conference in neighboring India.... Read more»

Dissecting Obama’s standard on drone strike deaths

Human rights groups and others have expressed outrage at the method reportedly used by the Obama administration for counting civilian deaths from drone strikes.... Read more»

Phx mayor: Defense cuts could be 'devastating' to region

Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton has acknowledged defense cuts will happen, but said the reductions would have a “devastating impact on the local economy.”... Read more»


Egypt's run-off election: Nightmare in Tahrir Square

For the largely secular, liberal activists in Egypt who spearheaded the anti-Mubarak uprising, the country's presidential election it is a difficult and some say demoralizing predicament.... Read more»

Mubarak convicted, sentenced to life for Arab spring killings

Hosni Mubarak, the Egyptian president ousted in last year's Arab Spring uprisings, has been convicted of involvement in the murder of nearly 1,000 protesters and sentenced to life in prison.... Read more»

Everything you ever wanted to know about drones

Drones' surveillance power is being hyped for everything from fighting crime to monitoring hurricanes or spawning salmon. Meanwhile, concerns are cropping up about privacy, ethics and safety. ... Read more»

Syria faces 'tipping point'

With bodies literally piling up at the feet of his ceasefire observers, Kofi Annan, the U.N.-Arab League envoy, left Damascus on Wednesday after his latest meeting with President Bashar al-Assad and said Syria is facing a "tipping point'... Read more»

Marine charged with making bomb threats on Tucson flight

A 24-year-old Marine from North Carolina was arrested and charged with making bomb threats aboard an airliner as it was taxiing for departure from Tucson International Airport for Phoenix on Monday morning.... Read more»

Father, son reunite 30 years after Guatemala massacre

It was Tranquilino Castañeda's first visit to the United States. And the first time that he would see his son in person after almost three decades during which he thought his boy had died in a massacre in Guatemala. ... Read more»

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