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Is The Roosevelt Captain A Martyred Hero Or A Disloyal Subordinate?

Whether he is viewed in the long-term as a martyred hero or disloyal subordinate depends a lot on what the captain told the people above him.

How Coronavirus Has Ended Centuries Of Hands-On Campaigning For Politicians

Coronavirus and an election year: No rallies, a postponed convention, no mingling with crowds, no impromptu visits to local diners.

Coronavirus Travel Update: Over 90% Of Territories Have Travel Restrictions

Almost every country has new entry rules, and 93% of the world’s population now lives in a place that is the subject of travel restrictions.

National Vision Donates 40,000 Masks to Georgia Emergency Management and Homeland Security Agency

An optical retailer donated 40,000 masks to the Georgia Emergency Management and Homeland Security Agency (GEMA) to assist healthcare workers in the state.

Navy Fires Captain Who Sought Help For Virus-Stricken Ship

The captain of a U.S. Navy aircraft carrier facing a growing outbreak of the coronavirus on his ship was fired by Navy leaders who said he created a panic.

COVID-19 and Biological Threats Require a New Approach to National Security

COVID-19 and many other viruses and bacteria serve as a reminder that biological threats and biological warfare are not new threats.

CV19: Meet The Volunteer COVID-19 Cyber Heroes Helping Healthcare Fight The Hackers

As hackers and cybercriminals dial up the vile attacks against healthcare, these are the volunteer cyber-protectors out to thwart them.

The Value of Suffering: Lessons from a Plague

The current COVID-19 pandemic has similarities to the writings of philosopher, author, and journalist, Albert Camus – including "The Plague."

Are Zoom Chats Private? Here's Why You Should Think Before Opening The App

Cyber alert: Under certain circumstances, multiple people in your ZOOM meeting might be about to read your private messages.

Blissful Ignorance? Submariners Likely Unaware Of Pandemic

Submariners may be among the last pockets of people anywhere who are still blissfully unaware of how the COVID-19 pandemic is turning life upside down.