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In case you're disappointed that Kirsten Gillibrand's Military Justice Improvement Act got filibustered yesterday, I have great news: the senate, according to senators, has already done enough to stop military rape and the commanders who are unable to stop the epidemic of sexual assault are totes trust-worthy! Phew! We have been covering the ... (more)
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An Army captain at the center of one of the military's most closely watched sexual-assault cases testified Friday that a general twice forced her to perform oral sex on him during their three-year, illicit affair.
From the beginning, the U.S. government's decade-long crackdown on abuse of prescription drugs has run an unsettling risk: that arresting doctors and shuttering “pill mills” would inadvertently fuel a new epidemic of heroin use.
A three-year-old Cambodian boy has died of bird flu, the health ministry said Friday, in the country's second fatality this year.
The Army is investigating its top sex-crimes prosecutor on allegations that he groped a female lawyer at a sexual-assault conference in 2011, Army officials disclosed Thursday.
It may be nearly as lethal as heart disease and cancer, and it affects more and more of us by the day.
Sixteen people have died in Manchester in the past four years from a highly resistant superbug spreading across North West England, figures show.
Bowing to the Pentagon, the Senate agreed after impassioned debate Thursday to leave the authority to prosecute rapes and other serious crimes with military commanders in a struggle that highlighted the growing role of women in Congress.
On Thursday, the New York Times , America's controversial monocle pamphlet, made waves when it announced the sizzling new trend among monocles, which is: for people to be wearing them.
The military trial against US Army Brigadier General Jeffrey Sinclair is a rare sexual assault prosecution against a high-rank military official A US Army general accused of sexual assault has pleaded guilty to three lesser charges in a move his lawyer says will help his chances at trial.
Drugs containing pseudoephedrine have been godsends to those who suffer from allergies and severe colds.
Tooth decay is largely preventable, but it remains one of the most common diseases of childhood -- five times as common as asthma, and seven times as common as hay fever, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
I was a middle-aged veteran of gay liberation and the AIDS epidemic when, in early 1993, the Hawaii Supreme Court ruled that gay people should be allowed to marry and asked the state to come up with a compelling reason we couldn't.