A Bipartisan Congress That Works? Veterans Committees Show How It’s Done

By NICHOLAS FANDOS July 10, 2017 WASHINGTON — Magnanimous hearings. Bipartisan votes. Substantial legislation on its way to becoming law. This is Congress? Something strange is happening in the staid hearing rooms of the House and Senate...

Democrats Court Military Veterans in Effort to Reclaim House

By EMMARIE HUETTEMAN July 5, 2017 WASHINGTON — Somewhere on the road between here and Pennsylvania, the idea began to take root for Chrissy Houlahan: “I can’t not run.” The daughter and granddaughter of Navy pilots, Ms. Houlahan had...

On Memorial Day, Trump Pays Tribute to Fallen Troops

By PETER BAKER May 29, 2017 WASHINGTON — President Trump, in his first public remarks since returning from a nine-day overseas trip, paid tribute to fallen American troops in a traditional Memorial Day ceremony on Monday, saying they “died in war...

With Their Leaders at a Loss, Marine Veterans Fight Abusers

By DAVE PHILIPPS March 17, 2017 As a Marine infantry sergeant, James LaPorta once led an intelligence team in Afghanistan. Now, as a private citizen, he is doggedly tracking the moves of an online group that has been secretly compiling and sharing nude...