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Veterans Face Uphill Battle for Benefits When Field Records Are Lost, Destroyed…
Judy Woodruff Talks to Charles Scoville About Public Service…
In other news Wednesday, NATO officials reported that a man wearing an Afghan army uniform opened fire outside a base in the country's eastern Wardak Province, wounding five U.S. service members. Also, in Mali, some of the country's most prized…
By Dan Sagalyn
With just a year to go before the American Psychiatric Association finalizes the revisions to its dictionary of mental health illness, efforts to rename post-traumatic stress disorder as an injury are ratcheting up.
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 Washington Post reported Thursday that incinerated partial remains of 274 troops had been taken from Dover Air Force Base in Delaware and disposed of in a landfill in Virginia. Jeffrey Brown discusses the new concerns with The Post's Craig…
By Larisa Epatko
In the months leading up to their departure by the end of 2011, U.S. troops were packing up and moving out of bases that will be transferred to Iraqi hands. View a slide show of the troops' final weeks in…
For more on this story, go to http://www.pbs.org/newshour/…
"Women, War & Peace," a new five-part series co-produced by WNET New York, explores the changing role of women in conflicts around the world. This excerpt tells the story of an Army Female Engagement Team that reaches out to women…
For more on this story, go to www.pbs.org/newshour…
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