George W. Bush lied the U.S. into a war, devastated an entire region and has the blood of hundreds of thousands on his hands; only in America could he win a medal.
Every year, we go through the motion of thanking our troops, without ever re-examining why we're fighting these wars in the first place.
The Trump appointee's final act as attorney general has imperiled oversight of police departments, voting rights and so much more.
What does the location of the company's new offices have to do with the nation's political tumult? Quite a bit, it turns out.
Like labor unions before them, veterans and soldiers organized to win benefits millions now rely on.
Many of the soldiers who take part in America’s unending 21st-century wars bring those conflicts home with them.
While Trump is in Paris to commemorate the end of World War I, we should learn from that bloody episode that, among other things, we cannot credit politicians who promise us a short, glorious war.
Our ancestors took action against wealth inequality similar to that we're seeing in the U.S. today. We can too.