The Pentagon is set to roll out new rules on how it will handle sexual assault in the military, after the Defense Department was faced with multiple reports of sexual assaults on both male and female service members.
One of the changes would move cases up the ranks more quickly, but the new rules are already in a previously passed House bill. How will these new rules change the way the military handles sexual assault, and how do these changes compare to the House bill that already passed?
Darren Samuelsohn is a senior policy reporter for POLITICO. He joins the show with more.