Number of U.S. Soldier Suicides Spike Even as Deployment Declines…
Pakistan has agreed to open key supply routes to Afghanistan after a US apology, but questions linger over the nature of the U.S.-Pakistan relationship. Jeff Brown interviews retired Army Gen. Jack Keane and Vali Nasr, dean of the School of…
In Toni Morrison's 'Home,' Soldier Fights War Abroad, Racism at Home…
As Kofi Annan's peace plan for Syria falls apart, the Syrian army fired into a Turkish refugee camp Monday, escalating conflict and wounding at least five people. Also, in Lebanon, a cameraman was reportedly shot and killed by Syrian soldiers.
The attorney for the U.S. soldier charged with killing 17 Afghan civilians on March 11 told the NewsHour he is interested in learning what medications his client, Staff Sgt. Robert Bales, was taking at the time of the shootings.
Red Cross Seeks Ceasefire to Deliver Medical Supplies in Syria…
Lt. Col. Daniel Davis: Commanders Sending False Impressions of Afghan War…
Could and Should U.S. End Combat Role in Afghanistan Early?…
Mental health experts say a U.S. Army report on training aimed at enhancing soldiers' psychological resilience is flawed.
Army Program Designed to Alleviate PTSD for Troops Returning From Combat…
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