The case of Army Pvt. Bradley Manning has brought new focus to transgender issues in the US, seen by some as the next major civil rights movement. One question in particular is how to deal with transgender children in schools.
Leavenworth prison: Bradley Manning will join some 500 prisoners at the Leavenworth military prison. Life at Leavenworth means a 40-hour workweek. And inmates have access to playing cards, board games, and television.
In his first public comments since 2010, Bradley Manning testified that the security measures included forcing him to surrender all of his clothes at night and being locked up 23 hours a day. Military prosecutors will question Manning Friday.
Lubbock County Judge Tom Head’s suggestion that President Obama, if reelected, will send UN troops to invade Texas caused chuckles (or gasps) across the country. But coming at the height of a polarized presidential race, his comments highlighted fears of political unrest.
In a Today Show interview Monday, Karilyn Bales says it's 'unbelievable' that her husband would kill 17 Afghan civilians, including nine children. Staff Sgt. Robert Bales is charged with premeditated murder.