American Held By Military Hires ACLU to Challenge Detention
Detained for almost four months, the U.S. citizen will get his day in court, in a legal setback for the Trump administration.
Pentagon Allows Trans Recruits—but Will They Sign Up?
The Pentagon will allow transgender people to enlist in the military on Jan. 1. But some potential recruits are deterred by the threat of a future trans ban.
Cadet Run Out of West Point After Saying She Was Raped
He was cleared by the school and the Army—and became captain of the football team. She says she was shamed by fellow cadets and disrespected by the academy’s leaders.
They Fought After 9/11, Now Their Kids Fight the Same War
Ten years ago, Joey asked his father to come home from Iraq. Today, he’s getting ready to ship out, potentially to the very same country.
Pentagon Frees Marine General from Guantanamo Bay
He was sentenced to three weeks’ confinement for sticking up for Guantanamo Bay detainees’ rights. But for now, at least, Brig. Gen. John Baker can go free.
Is President Trump’s Trans Military Ban Really Dead?
All eyes turn to the federal government, which has 60 days to appeal a judge’s decision to grant a preliminary injunction against President Trump’s ban on transgender troops.
Inside the Secret Mission That Killed a Navy SEAL in Africa
An exclusive investigation into the fatal final days of SEAL Team 6 member Kyle Milliken in Somalia.