A gun dealer that sells firearms to the CIA has been shopping for napalm — but won’t reveal the customer or how it will be used.
Special Counsel Robert Mueller's job is to make sense of how Russia hacked the 2016 election. But to make sense of Mueller, you have to revisit Vietnam's bloodiest battles.
The chaos comes in the wake of other mass killings at the border and raises questions about the Trump administration's tacit participation in human rights abuses in the country.
The Japanese cities are symbols of the greatest threats that humanity has ever faced: nuclear weapons and global warming. What makes those threats different?
The leaders of North and South Korea have agreed to work to rid the peninsula of nuclear weapons after holding a historic summit.
This is, in essence, a whole new form of terrorism.
In 1960, a test of a Titan I missile went smoothly until the very end.
In the 1950s, military accidents meant that nuclear warheads went missing.
Analyzing Wikipedia data on troop strengths and losses in 486 historical battles.
A team of surgeons says it has repaired the genitals of a serviceman severely injured by an explosion in Afghanistan. It's the first time a penis has been transplanted to treat a war wound.
Can a national-security adviser retain his integrity if the President has none?
Blunt and no-nonsense, a retired four-star Marine Corps general deemed so tough on Iran that President Barack Obama's team often clashed with him, Mattis has turned into the secret "peacenik" of the Trump Administration, as a former government official put it to me last week.
It's only a matter of time, really, before we're crowd-funding guerilla wars.
Country's suspension of nuclear, missile tests gives best idea yet of what Kim intends to bring with him in summits with Moon and Trump
How a US citizen captured on the battlefield with ISIS may finally force America to confront the legacy of 9/11.
A telltale signature of the theoretical particle was discovered last year. Now the Army wants to use it to build a quantum computer.
South Korea’s president says Pyongyang has not attached any conditions such as US troop withdrawal.
Sword fighting is not only really technical, it's also seriously brutal.
Since the 1950s, the Department of Energy has maintained a facility in Nevada to prepare service members for possible radiological attack.
To be clear, we're not saying it tastes *good,* but that it can be eaten at all is pretty remarkable.
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