Ashton Carter

Nika Knight, staff writer
On first day of NATO summit, critics condemn "new and dangerous plan" to provoke Russia with heightened military presence on its borders
Pentagon said it would issue "administrative punishments" against service...
Lauren McCauley, staff writer
'What the photos that the government has suppressed would show is that abuse...


Having blithely orchestrated several genocides and the deaths of millions of brown-skinned innocents in the imperial name of the right to bomb neutral countries to save them and us - a right the U.S. still claims - infamous war criminal Henry Kissinger has won a Distinguished Public Service Award, the military's highest honor for private citizens. The award from one grotesquely unfit Nobel Peace Prize winner to another was for services "unique in the annals of American diplomacy.”