Robert E. Lee is practically a fixture on campus. What will it take for the academy to pull down these totems of white supremacy?
In the only interview the former Army second lieutenant has given, Rapone describes the "culture that glorified violence" in the military and corrects the record about how he left.
President Polk, and generations of sympathetic historians, told the American people the conflict was justified. But what if it was just blatant imperialism?
Americans are led to believe they have been fighting for democracy and freedom these past 17 years, but the truth is far murkier.
Defense Department officials attribute the jump to a concerted effort to encourage victims to come forward. But the dramatic and consistent increases may suggest more assaults are occurring.
The vast majority of senior American military officers are refighting the Vietnam War through the books they read, the scholarship they publish and the policies they continue to pursue in the Greater Middle East.