War & Peace

Sarah Lazare, staff writer
The Saudi Arabia-led military coalition—which is backed by the United States—committed an "apparent war crime" when they bombed residential housing in the Yemeni city of Mokha on Friday, killing at least 65 civilians and wounding dozens more, Human Rights Watch declared on Monday. "The Saudi-led coalition repeatedly bombed company housing with...
Nadia Prupis, staff writer
More than 1,000 science and technology experts on Monday published an open...
Jon Queally, staff writer
Intense fighting between Houthi factions and Yemeni forces allied with a Saudi-...

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Proving there's no low Dick Cheney and his cronies will not go, Halliburton subsidiary KBR is suing 12 Iraq veterans who dared to seek and win damages for the cancer they got while guarding a toxic water treatment plant for KBR - which, a jury ruled, acted with "reckless and outrageous indifference to (an) unreasonable risk of harm" to them. When the award was overturned on appeal, KBR - which made $39 billion in Iraq - sought $850,000 in legal fees from vets whose lives they've already ravaged.