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You Don't Have to See Combat to Get PTSD From War

Even though the Fort Hood shooter didn't fight while in Iraq, he still could have developed post-traumatic stress disorder.

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USAID Calls Accusations of Afghanistan Cover-Up 'Offensive'

Inspector general and House members attack 'generalities' on spending and waste.

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When NASA Cut Ties With Russia, Was It Really Targeting Congress?

Crimea created an opportunity to restart the space race and push for a full space budget.

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Senate Takes First Step to Declassify Report on CIA Interrogations

The next step: bringing the massive report to the public.

April 3 Leave a comment

After Afghan Election, Debate Over Post-2014 Troops Continues

Military and diplomatic officials worry that the gains in Afghanistan will be lost if U.S. and NATO forces pack up and leave. By Gayle Tzemach Lemmon

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Fort Hood Shooter: Why Did He Do It?

After killing three people, wounding 16 others, and then turning the gun on himself at Fort Hood, there are still few clues about why Spec. Ivan Lopez did it. ...

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How Can Government Battle a 'Suicide Epidemic' Among Veterans?

One hurdle is paying for measures improving mental health care.

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Fort Hood Shooting Rampage Leaves 4 Dead, 16 Injured

Soldier kills himself and three victims.

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The U.S. Military’s Most Crucial Mission Yet in Afghanistan

This weekend’s presidential election in Afghanistan will help determine the fate of the U.S. mission there. By Stephanie Gaskell

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That Old Space Race Feeling: NASA Memo Suspends Contact With Russians

(Except for activities related to the International Space Station.)

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