In World War II, Houston attorney Leon Jaworski prosecuted a group of black American soldiers. In a hurried-up trial, they were court-martialed and sentenced to hard labor. The verdict was probably wrong. And Jaworski had a lot to do with that.
In the profound Jarhead, a soldier can be his own worst enemy
When these soldiers became writers, the pen becomes very mighty indeed
Expect the Iraq war to worsen the Medical Center's reduction in Arab patients
Foster programs try to save departing soldiers' critters from becoming casualties
Who do we have to thank for Rod Stewart every hour on the hour? This guy, Guy Zapoleon.
Houston's Discipline finds its inspiration in real life
Did the U.S. government spend $2 million just to nail little guys like David Proctor?