US Military

Lauren McCauley, staff writer
Supporters outside the U.S. Pentagon prepare to deliver 100,000 signatures calling on the Army to drop the charges against Pfc. Chelsea Manning. (Photo: Mike Avender)
A U.S. Army disciplinary board on Tuesday found Pfc. Chelsea Manning "guilty" of four charges, including one for possessing LGBTQ reading material like the Caitlyn Jenner issue of Vanity Fair and another for having a tube of expired toothpaste in her cell.
Sarah Lazare, staff writer
"The things that seem consistent and clear to me are the support that I receive from my friends, my family and the millions of people all over the world," wrote Chelsea Manning. (Photo: Alicia Neal, in cooperation with Chelsea Manning, commissioned by the Chelsea Manning Support Network)
Military prison authorities threaten severe punishment for trivial offenses, in...
Deirdre Fulton, staff writer
War games conducted by Russian and NATO forces go far beyond the hypothetical,...