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Former Army attorney on military's domestic violence crisis

In part four of a CBS News investigation into domestic violence in the military, a former Army attorney said the crisis has only compounded after 20 years of war. Norah O’Donnell has more. “CBS Evening News with Norah O’Donnell” delivers the latest news and original reporting, and goes beyond the headlines with context and depth.… Read More »

Reporter's Notebook: Reflecting on the 20-year Afghanistan War

CBS News’ David Martin was at the Pentagon on 9/11. He looks back at the sacrifices made by U.S. armed forces in Afghanistan over the last two decades. “Face the Nation” is America’s premier Sunday morning public affairs program. The broadcast is one of the longest-running news programs in the history of television, having debuted… Read More »

Army Staff Sgt. Chris Birdwell Remembered As 13 New Soldiers Die Outside Kabul, Afghanistan Airport

Nine years to the night Staff Sgt. Chris Birdwell was killed in Afghanistan, 13 more American soldiers lost their lives in Kabul. Chris’ mom told CBS Denver she couldn’t help but to wonder if there was a better way for the 20-year-war to come to an end. Source: Youtube

Milwaukee veterans deal with war trauma in new album

Jason Moon marks his trauma through the passage of time. Moon returned from military service in Iraq in 2004 suffering with post-traumatic stress disorder, leading to an eventual suicide attempt in 2008. During his recovery he discovered singing songs about his experiences helped process the events he experienced in manageable ways. It was then, in… Read More »

PART 1: Introduction to Solving Media Overload

This series is based on Acclimatic Restorative Coaching (ARC): Solving Media Overload. It is the world’s first talk-therapy/life-coaching approach created from inside the media looking out, rather than the outside looking in. We all need news and other media content, but we also need mental health. This series and the accompanying book will help us… Read More »

‘It’s Indefensible’: VA Spent Millions In Taxpayer Dollars To Perform Experiments On Cats, PTSD

#Veterans #Cats #PTSD #Experiments #WestLA #LosAngeles The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs has spent millions in taxpayer dollars to perform laboratory tests on cats at three facilities nationwide — including a secretive lab at the West Los Angeles VA. The White Coat Waste Project, an advocacy group aimed at stopping taxpayer-funded experiments on animals, sued… Read More »

Assault on the Capitol: Understanding the trauma and how to get help

It’s been more than a week since a mob of Trump supporters attacked the Capitol. The deadly assault left many people at the Capitol and those around the country who witnessed the violence struggling to process what happened. Dr. Daniel Bober, a forensic psychiatrist and former mental health policy fellow, joined “CBSN AM” to discuss… Read More »