An Army judge said this week that politics had an undue effect on the court-martial of Brigadier General Jeffrey Sinclair, allowing the defense an opportunity to renegotiate with the prosecution over some of Sinclair's lesser charges.
An Associated Press investigation of over 1,000 reported sex crimes between 2005 and 2013 of U.S. military bases in Japan reveals that military officials are making "random and inconsistent judgments" when presented with sexual abuse cases across the Navy, Marines, Army and Air Force.
For Brig. Gen. Jeffrey A. Sinclair, the world is probably melting in a slow, Dali-like nightmare. As it should if any of his many alleged crimes are true.
Instead of freaking out about James Taranto's latest vile Wall Street Journal op-ed, which claims the campaign against military sexual assault is a "war on men" that "shows signs of becoming an effort to criminalize male sexuality," we asked the paper's editors to defend Taranto's slimy piece. Unsurprisingly, none of…
• Giving girls stashes of the morning-after pill does nothing to prevent teen pregnancy, says study. Many women don't take the pill, even if they could use it, which leads us to the most obvious statement put in print today: