In centerpiece speech in Saudi Arabia, President Trump called for renewed international campaign against terrorism in a “battle between good and evil.”
"Especially useful for decapitation" sure is one hell of a way to describe this thing.
A sniper in Mosul, Iraq came within centimeters of killing journalist Ammar Alwaely, who escaped with minor cuts thanks to the camera on his chest.
In asymmetric warfare, belligerent propaganda — not to mention nuclear-tipped ballistic missiles — is a useful tool.
Welcome to Bayesian Update, an attempt to take a step back and figure out what’s changed in the world since before President Trump was elected. In each piece, I’ll pose a high-stakes question with …
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The new world of robotics and self-driving cars will create a mountain of data. But that's the haystack, not the needle.
“The fact that this software, these spec sheets, and all the manuals to go with it were sitting out in the open for anyone to copy is just simply mind blowing."
President Trump is now calling for North Korea to relinquish its nuclear arsenal, a step it says it will never take. In history, only one country has ever built its own nukes and then given them up: South Africa.
As sea ice declines -- largely due to global warming -- valuable waterways have emerged, making it possible to access enormous amounts of untapped natural resources.
And how you can, too.
On 10 September 2001, Osama bin Laden’s wives were ordered to pack one suitcase each. No one would say why, only that their husband wanted to move them and his youngest children away from Kandahar.
YouTuber Shiey says he found this bomb shelter in the vicinity of a factory. He added eerie music to make the video feel like a horror movie.
This trailer manages to make "Dunkirk" feel even more intense than the first trailer did by adding a soundtrack that sounds like a literal ticking time bomb. Nolan's WWII thriller hits theaters July 21.
Welcome to What We Learned This Week, a digest of the most curiously important facts from the past few days. This week: An impenetrable bunker exposed, an innocent cyclist murdered and an unreachable video game room entered.
Air Force One is just the public face of a fleet that keeps the president safe and secure.
In 2014, Daniela Green, a FBI translator with a top-secret security clearance, traveled to Syria — and married a key ISIS operative she had been assigned to investigate.
England's King Edward I was an ass, but he was also really, really good at besieging castles.
Here are the many scenarios that might get the US embroiled in military conflicts in Asia.
The Air Force is elitist, the Marines are all machismo, and the US army is trying to lure you in with a Charger and a Camaro.
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