The first publicly released findings from the largest mental-health study conducted by the military gave a sobering picture of the prevalence of mental disorders and suicide indicators among active-duty troops.
As the West prepared to punish Russia economically for its foray into Crimea, the Kremlin appears to be digging in for the long haul, but the thousands of Ukrainian troops on military bases appear to be an unplanned-for sticking point in Russia's plans.
Rep. Paul Ryan emerged as a leader within the Republican Party thanks to six budgets that laid out plans to rein in federal spending. But this year, it is unclear if the plan Mr. Ryan writes can win approval in the House.
A group of Vietnam veterans sued the U.S. government, alleging they were given other-than-honorable military discharges for violations that would today be attributed to the psychological stress of combat.
U.S. Vice President Joe Biden called Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev on Monday to urge Russia to pull back its forces from Ukraine and to support the 'immediate deployment' of international monitors.