The 2020 Democratic presidential contender said she wants to stop politicians from “fighting in these wasteful regime-change wars."
The president has repeatedly sided with Navy SEAL Edward Gallagher, who was acquitted of war crimes last month.
Trump is considering pardoning Gallagher, who faces trial for murdering an Islamic State prisoner in his care and attempting to murder civilians.
Rep. Duncan Hunter attempted to downplay charges filed against Navy SEAL Eddie Gallagher, saying he did "one bad thing that I'm guilty of too."
The president appears to be taking a step back following an outcry from veterans and former military officials.
"He is blowing a hole in the integrity of the military," the 2020 Democratic presidential contender said.
A Daily Beast report reveals Hegseth’s private push to aid military members who have allegedly committed horrific crimes.
Coalition forces have imposed severe restrictions on Red Sea ports and Sanaa airport, depriving Yemenis of vital supplies which may also constitute international crimes, the independent experts said.
Many of those who still defend President Truman's decision on Hiroshima consider the bombing of Nagasaki three days later completely avoidable, even a crime of war.
Six months after the attack that killed 42 men, women and children, the U.S. military's lack of transparency is still hurting Afghans.
Surveying events in Syria, Erika Feller, UN High Commissioner for Refugees, is sounding the alarm that sexual violence is being utilized "as a weapon of war." This clearly extends to Iraq with ISIS' increasing operational tactic of inducing widespread fear through rape and kidnapping.
This is just despicable. Reprehensible. Maria Rodale, the CEO of Rodale, Inc., has likened the purposeful murder of more than 1,400 people in Syria by sarin gas to the alleged health harms of the products of chemical companies.
Michael Ware, Former CNN War Correspondent, Speaks Out On Alleged War Crime CNN Refused To Air [UPDATED]
UPDATE: A CNN spokesperson tells the Huffington Post, "CNN often has to make calls about which disturbing images are necessary
Afghan War Crime Pardons: Law Gives Blanket Pardon For War Crimes, Human Rights Abuses In Afghanistan Before 2001
Afghanistan confirmed for the first time publicly on Tuesday that it had enacted into law a blanket pardon for war crimes
NEWSWEEK's Lally Weymouth spoke to Netanyahu in Jerusalem last week. Excerpts: WEYMOUTH: What did you think of the Goldstone
Missing from a recent Times article on American victims of Agent Orange, was a single mention of the far larger number of victims of Agent Orange in Vietnam: the Vietnamese.