Sen. Patty Murray, chair of the Senate Veterans Affairs Committee, talks about what Congress can do for our veterans on State of the Union with Candy Crowley.
A transcript of the interview can be found here.
Fareed Zakaria's political and historical insight on the last week for Israeli-Palestinian peace.
The Vice Chief of Staff of the U.S. Army says the armed services needs to "reach out" and help struggling veterans.
CROWLEY: And so when you look at something like PTSD, I've read in several of the articles, you said you just don't have enough psychiatrists and you don't have enough folks who are suffering who want to come and talk because of the stigma to it. So first let me ask you, why are there not enough psychiatrists in the Army? Why are not enough psychiatrists available to the Army?
CHIARELLI: That's a national problem and you're going to have to ask the nation. I have a problem because the rest of the nation has a problem and we have a real deficit in behavioral health specialists in this country. We need more. I need more in the Army.
A full transcript of the interview can be found here.
Tonight, Chris Colfer is a guest on "Piers Morgan Tonight." The Golden Globe winner opens up about his past and rise to fame. He tells Piers about being bullied in his past. "It's embarrassing and it's uncalled for...it was heart-wrenching."
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CNN Hero Taryn Davis is helping young military widows find the emotional support they need. She started the American Widow Project four months after her husband's death. The group's website has a 24/7 hot line, and many of its members meet in person, too.
For more information about Taryn Davis and CNN Heroes, go to http://CNNHeroes.com.
The Kardashian sisters take a cue from the Bronte sisters and write a novel, but they can’t come up with a title for it. A few suggestions, on the Ridiculist.
There is growing frustration in tornado-ravaged Joplin, Missouri, as people navigate red tape in their desperate search to find out if their missing loved ones are alive or dead. We talk to Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon about how he’s getting things organized.