Out of concern for victims of sexual assault and harassment in the military, a New York senator’s office confirmed that the Military Justice Improvement Act will be reintroduced.
Anna Hiatt is a reporter and editor based in New York City, working with words, audio, and pictures—both moving and still. She's an adjunct professor at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism, where she also earned her master's degree. She attended UC Berkeley, graduating with a history degree. Her work has appeared in The Washington Post, The New York Times, The Guardian, Reuters, The Village Voice, and on WNYC, among others. Anna Hiatt serves as a features editor for The War Horse. She's currently working on a book about end-of-life care.
Members of the Senate Armed Services Committee grill a commandant about how he will hold to account Marines involved in the non-consensual sharing of naked photos on Facebook.
Defense Secretary James Mattis rebuked Marines involved in sharing nude photos of fellow servicewomen, and the Senate Armed Services Committee has announced it will open an investigation.
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