For Laura, who was stationed overseas with her abusive husband, the isolation made it even harder to ask for help.
The efficacy of the Family Advocacy Program varies widely across different branches and bases.
Abused military wives are often told to stay quiet. We talked to a dozen who feel they no longer can.
A HuffPost investigation found that the military routinely ignores domestic violence by service members.
The Conservative Party has a new base — and possibly a new approach.
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Prepare yourself for "sex consecutive days of rain."
Ugly sweaters? Check. Cat sunglasses? You bet! And, of course, everyone needs a Death Star toaster.
It's time "to get out and scream loud" about climate change, urged the "Norma Rae" star.
Former Rep. Barney Frank suggested it to Democratic candidates aiming to oust McConnell as Senate majority leader.
The landmark law is constitutional and protects the "best interests" of Native children, reads their amicus brief.
Laurence Tribe described the Senate majority leader's planned defense of Donald Trump as "disgusting."
Bevin made hundreds of pardons and commutations, including a convicted killer whose family donated to Bevin's campaign.
Culture & Arts
Steve Lazarides has resurfaced never-before-seen images of one of the anonymous street artist's audacious stunts.
The press secretary explains a different standard for Barron Trump when pressed about the first lady's views.
But he also claimed there would be "Medicare for all who want it."
The congressional candidate has come under fire over comments he made about women in a series of blogs in the 2000s.
That did not go as the eagle hoped.