Since 2001, the United States' military has been engaged in 15 countries, with U.S. casualties exceeding 66,000 to date.
It's been five years since Edward Snowden revealed that our government was engaging in widespread mass surveillance on U.S. citizens. What have we learned?
Virginia Delegate Nick Freitas outlines his vision for a justice system that deals fairly with the three different types of crimes: violent, non-violent, and victimless.
If the Corker-Kaine AUMF passes, Congress will give up their constitutional right to declare war. The executive branch will be able to start any new war that is connected to "global terrorism."