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Court to decide if Hyten will face trial in civil suit for sexual assault
The appeals court could take three months to a year to decide whether the case against retired Air Force Gen. John Hyten, the former vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, will proceed.
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Frustrated advocates say racial biases within military justice system remain despite repeated alarms
Military leaders have promised to look into the issue, but critics say that work is long overdue.
Is the Pentagon breaking a law designed to help sexual assault victims?
An audit released last week casts doubt on whether the services are listening to victims.
Veterans groups sue the military for sexual assault records
Veterans groups have filed a lawsuit against the Defense Department and Department of Homeland Security, alleging that the government is illegally denying records requests involving sexual assault and harassment cases.
By Kyle Rempfer