For years, China has systematically looted American trade secrets. Here's the messy inside story of how DC got Beijing to clean up its act for a while.
Cybersecurity tests of new major weapons exposed simple passwords and other big software holes, according to government auditors.
The military wants future super-soldiers to control robots with their thoughts.
17 years ago today — the US carried out strikes on Taliban forces in Afghanistan in retaliation for the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. These pictures show the events that unfolded in the first year of a war that continues to this day.
What Taylor Swift and ISIS can teach us about cyberwar.
Rising temperatures are bringing ethnic tensions to a boil in Central Asia.
Portraits of nine families whose lives are tied to Arlington national cemetery's Section 60, the final resting place of the loved ones they lost to the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
The president is aiding Saudi Arabia in an unlawful, unpopular, inhumane bombing campaign at odds with the foreign policy that he promised Americans.
The gun was so good, the military asked the company to build something else.
The portraits do sort-of cheer up the deeply creepy ambiance of the place.
Sometimes, context is important. But in this instance, we feel 100% great about not having any additional information about what is going on here.
The ability to rapidly design and print a mortar-tube bolt or a Humvee door handle could be critical on the battlefield.
Maybe we should talk about this?
The Boring Company's "Not A Flamethrower" says right in the name that it's not actually flamethrower. But still, how *does* it stack up to a weapons-grade flamethrower?
I questioned the values that I first bought into when I became a Marine: the belief in honor, courage and commitment that was instilled by our drill instructors.
"They're quite literally everywhere... they're in city streets, farmer's fields, tourists beaches and in the back alleys of small towns. No matter where you go here, they're an ubiquitous part of everyday life."
What it was like being among the first women in the US missile program.
In this gripping documentary produced by Motherboard, a group of British veterans who were subjected to nuclear explosion tests after World War II talk about what it was like to feel the force of a nuclear bomb explosion — and the lasting impact it left on them.
Every Confederate flag flown outside the slave states is as close as we will get to an admission that the flag represents whiteness, not Southernness.
When Grace Banker graduated from Barnard College in 1915, women did not yet have the right vote. But lacking this basic right didn’t stop Banker from serving her country — and breaking barriers in the process.
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