Gallagher said that without the president's intervention in his case, "I believe I'd be in prison for life."
Military conflicts now last for longer and take place in densely populated cities, among a huge variety of state and non-state actors. Idlib is an avatar for the Age of Impunity. The old models no longer apply.
Two victims of alleged UAE-directed military operations in Yemen have submitted evidence of alleged war crimes to the U.S., U.K. and Turkey.
The president has criticized past administrations for not keeping control of valuable Iraqi oil fields conquered by the military.
The secretary of state dismissed criticism that Donald Trump is threatening Iran with "war crimes," saying the president is a "reluctant participant" and doesn't want war with the Islamic Republic.
"Like ISIS, Like Hitler, Like Genghis! They all hate cultures. Trump is a 'terrorist in a suit,'" Iran's Information and Telecommunications Minister Mohammad-Javad Azari Jahromi wrote on Twitter.
Eddie Gallagher was convicted of posing with the corpse of a teenaged Islamic State fighter while deployed to Iraq in 2017.
Trump reportedly invited First Lieutenant Clint Lorance and Major Mathew Golsteyn to join him on stage at a Saturday event raising money for the Republican Party of Florida.
First Lt. Clint Lorance told Sean Hannity that he had reason to believe he would be released after Trump was inaugurated.
Spencer's forced resignation comes after he reportedly threatened to quit when Trump declared that he would stop the Navy from stripping Gallagher of the Trident pin.
Navy SEAL Eddie Gallagher accused the Navy Secretary and a rear admiral of "meddling" in his case before mocking those who accused him of war crimes.
In a Fox & Friends appearance, Eddie Gallagher's lawyer called Navy SEAL Admiral Collin Green a coward for trying to strip the officer of his Trident.
Chief Petty Officer Edward Gallagher, pardoned by President Donald Trump for war crimes, is expected to face a review board that will decide if his status as a SEAL officer will be rescinded.
The military's ethnic cleansing campaign of murder, rape, and arson has been detailed in many reports, but holding them to account seemed hopeless. Until now.
On Friday, President Trump extended clemency for two members of the U.S. military accused of war crimes and reinstated the rank of a former SEAL found guilty of posing with a prisoner's corpse.
Assad's forces have used tactics including indiscriminate bombing, chemical weapons and mass disappearances in their effort to bring all of Syria back under the dictator's control.
Havrin Khalaf, 32, had her jaw and leg broken, her hair pulled until the skin of her scalp came out and was repeatedly shot until she died.
President Trump's impulsive decision to allow the slaughter of Kurdish civilians and the Syrian Democratic Forces will leave a dark legacy that extends far beyond this war or this presidency.
Bruno Dey is the latest in a string of former Nazis who are only now going to trial for the crimes they committed during the Holocaust. He will be tried on 5,230 counts of accessory to murder.
Eliminating Graph Search is a disaster for human rights groups—and we were never even asked.
Wyoming Board of Geographic Names voted to change name of Mount Doane to the First Peoples Mountain.
"I don't understand why members of this committee or the American people should find any testimony that you give today to be truthful," Congresswoman Ilhan Omar told U.S. special envoy to Venezuela Elliott Abrams.
"They want us to kill guys compassionately and only under the rules of engagement that they say to," Representative Duncan Hunter complained.
The more Haftar is legitimized, the less accountable he is, and the less he can be trusted.
It is becoming increasingly difficult for German prosecutors to try people accused of being involved in Nazi crimes because the handful of suspects that are still alive are extremely old.
The Trump administration had threatened to sanction the International Criminal Court if it investigates war crimes accusations against the U.S.
John Bolton will warn Monday that the U.S. "will use any means necessary" to keep Americans from facing trial in what the administration considers an "illegitimate court."