Married Gay Veterans to Receive Benefits

Married Gay Veterans to Receive Benefits

Just a week after doubling down on a section of U.S. law that kept the military and Department of Defense from offering spousal benefits to veterans in same-sex marriages, the Department of Justice announced today it will stop enforcing Title 38.

Texas Military Forces Refuse to Process Same-Sex Couples' Benefits

Texas Military Forces Refuse Benefits to Same-Sex Couples

Maj. Gen. John Nichols directed state-run facilities to refuse to process same-sex benefits, citing to conflicts with Texas's constitution.

Veteran, DADT Advocate, Darren Manzella Killed in Car Crash

Veteran, DADT Advocate, Darren Manzella Killed

Darren Manzella was killed in a car crash in upstate New York on Thursday.

Judge: Denial of Equal Veterans' Benefits Unconstitutional

Judge: Denial of Equal Veterans' Benefits Unconstitutional

A California judge rules in the case of a lesbian veteran whose marriage was not recognized by the VA; it may lead to equal benefits for all same-sex couples.

Manning Receives 35-Year Sentence for Leaking Secrets
October 19 2014 10:07 PM ET

Manning Receives 35-Year Sentence for Leaking Secrets

A judge sentenced Bradley Manning to 35 years in prison for leaking thousands of government documents to WikiLeaks.

Bradley Manning Sent This Photo to Doc With Letter Titled 'My Problem'

Bradley Manning's Photo to Doc Titled 'My Problem'

The former army intelligence officer who released thousands of classified government documents to WikiLeaks in 2010 reportedly struggled with gender identity issues.

WATCH: Former Russian Paratroopers Attack Gay Activist

WATCH: Former Russian Paratroopers Attack Gay Activist

A group of ex-servicemen ganged up on a lone gay activist in St. Petersburg today, before being detained by Russian riot police.

Gay Soldier In Afghanistan? Watch Out For Craigslist

The Army Times reported today that the Naval Criminal Investigative Service in Afghanistan are "tracking" combat soldiers who use Craigslist to hook up with other men.

Bradley Manning Acquitted of Aiding the Enemy

Bradley Manning Acquitted of Aiding the Enemy

But the former Army intelligence officer could still serve up to 125 years in prison for 'espionage.'

Transgender Military Service Examined With $1.35 Million Grant

Transgender Military Service Studied With $1.35 Million Grant

A new initiative from the Palm Center will explore how the U.S. military could include trans troops without disruption.

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