US top court leans toward keeping Maryland’s ban on assault weapons, potentially setting precedent for gun control

The 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals seemed inclined to support Maryland’s ban on assault weapons, questioning the applicability of the Second Amendment to modern firearms in light of historical regulation practices.

Navigating the battlefield: a PhD thesis reviews U.S. military discipline and law of war compliance

AOAV reviews Scott Dale Hamm’s doctoral thesis, exploring the U.S. military’s approach to law of war violations and discipline from WWII to the Iraq War, highlighting the challenges and complexities of military justice and ethical conduct.