The same day it was revealed that the Army's top sexual-assault prosecutor has been suspended after allegedly sexually assaulting someone at a sexual-assault conference, the US Senate rejected a bill that would have overhauled the way the Pentagon handles sexual-assault cases.

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Though to be fair, the vote against the bill, which would remove the power of military commanders "the power to refer serious crimes to court martial" and give that to military attorneys, did not fall along party lines, representing a probable complexity that the blurb does not reflect. But still.