The following is an excerpt from Full Measure with Sharyl Attkisson. Watch the video investigation by clicking the link at the bottom. There are more than 18 million living veterans in the U.S. Each returns home after a different experience to begin a new life. Some have a great deal of difficulty adjusting. Former special […]
The FBI faces a deadline of today to explain to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court how it will fix problems that allowed abuses in a wiretap of a Trump campaign associate named Carter Page. It’s a good time to look back at the intelligence community’s longstanding surveillance abuses as Congress considers whether there should be […]
It’s a misconception that a temporary delay in U.S. aid to Ukraine resulted in deaths of Ukrainians. That’s according to Nolan Peterson, a former U.S. Air Force special operations pilot and a veteran of the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. He also worked as a Ukraine-based war correspondent. In a recent interview with me for […]
The following is from the description of the new book, “Why Soldiers Miss War,” written by former combat pilot Nolan Peterson. Ask most combat veterans to name the worst experience of their lives, and they’ll probably tell you it was war. But ask them to choose the best experience of their life, and they’ll usually […]
I’ll bet this podcast reveals lots of things you didn’t know about Ukraine.
One of the most frequent questions people ask me after reading Stonewalled is: Where can I find good journalism that speaks truth to power in a fearless fashion? The traditional television news networks, national print organizations and local news still produce some great reporting. Here are some additional sources you might want to check out: […]