Thoroughly Troubling 

'The Invisible War,' about the U.S. military's culture of condoning sexual assaults, is powerful and heartbreaking

Kori Cioca recalls going through letters and postcards she received from her family during her time in the United States Coast Guard. Buried among them was the suicide note she never left. Kori was a victim of sexual harassment and then sexual…

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