The latest news on military courts
Levin's decision to strike Gillibrand bill sparks outrage among military policy advocates.
Court proceedings this summer will determine the ultimate fate of the reportedly troubled Army sergeant.
As long as sexual predators in the armed forces know the deck is stacked in their favor, they'll keep doing it.
Investigators take courtroom inside alleged classified leaker Bradley Manning's quarters.
At question: Sexually confused soldier 'troubled' by military secrecy, or willing leaker of intel to the enemy?
Obama spokesman says it's illegal to charge U.S. citizen in military commission.
Just because someone is a father and husband doesn't mean he isn't capable of sexual assault.
Federal court is best for Abu Ghaith, but military commissions still have their use.
Following the rule of law means Abu Ghaith has to be charged in the U.S. court system.
Sulaiman Abu Ghaith can't be tied to specific acts of international terrorism.