As the Department of Veterans Affairs attempts to address a mental health care crisis, top officials warn of medical claims "made falsely, with ill intent."
The author of this lacerating debut novel about war and heroin won't be going on book tour; he's got two more years to serve in prison.
Whether they came to the U.S. alone or were forcibly separated from their families at the border, despondent minors are often pressured into taking psychotropic drugs without approval from a parent or guardian.
The filmmaker follows up his award-winning "Lebanon" with a moving reflection on the interplay of history and fate.
If America accepts the idea of fighting endless wars, it will have to accept that the costs of war are also endless.
After 13 years covering the U.S. war on drugs in Colombia, an investigative reporter begins a new journey with his family—learning how to live with an invisible illness.
Chris Hedges and two combat veterans analyze the realities of American intervention in the Middle East and explain why the brutalized become brutal.
In an open letter to President Obama, the four accuse him of creating and carrying out “one of the most devastating forces for terrorism and destabilization around the world.” And for speaking this important truth, they have suffered greatly.