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By Kayla Ruble
The number of U.S. soldiers forced to leave the army for crimes and misconduct has risen sharply in recent years, according to an Associated Press report released on Saturday.
Peter Baker, chief White House correspondent for The New York Times, says Dick Cheney was arguably the most influential vice president, but that his relationship with President George W. Bush was quite complicated and unique. Baker joins Judy Woodruff to…
Trial Begins for Bradley Manning Over Leaked Classified Documents…
Ten Years After The Fall of Baghdad, A Look Back at a Decade of Conflict in Iraq…
Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks discuss bipartisan compromise in Congress on the budget, an election postmortem for the Republican party, President Barack Obama's "soaring rhetoric" and "realistic policies" for the Mideast and the 10th…
Car Bombs and Suicide Attacks in Baghdad Mark 10th Anniversary of U.S. Invasion…
Former solider and Iraq war veteran Sgt. Brendan Marrocco is the recent recepient of a double arm transplant, which took place at Johns Hopkins Hospital. Marrocco lost all of his limbs during a roadside bomb attack in the spring of…
We end the NewsHour with the latest military deaths, a part of our ongoing honor roll of the American service personnel killed in the Iraq and Afghanistan conflicts.
Honoring Soldiers Who Fought and Died in the Recent Afghanistan and Iraq Wars…
A Pro Publica-Seattle Times investigation found that field records from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan were not kept, were destroyed or simply cannot be found.
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