Nuclear Test: Forty years ago this week, a U.S. satellite named Vela 6911 recorded a “double flash” in the South Atlantic near South Africa.
Purdue Pharma's Chapter 11 bankruptcy petition in New York will not end litigation against the Stamford, Connecticut-based company.
If a German radar manufacturer can light up America’s stealth fighter jets at an air show, perhaps it’s time to admit that stealth has lost its luster.
Democracy for the 21st Century: We must recognize that our government is a representative democracy (a.k.a. a republic). Part one of a four-part series.
Sovereign citizens are a threat in the United States – often hiding in the shadows and pushing the fringes of what is legal and what is not.
Saudi Arabia's Aramco crude oil facilities in Abqaiq and Khurais were attacked on Sept. 14, cutting oil production by nearly six million barrels a day.
Just weeks after the 50th anniversary of the Woodstock music festival, over 300,000 people pledged to attend “Storm Area 51” in Nevada on September 20.
First Amendment confusion has negatively affected the national dialogue about the role of social media and has raised a series of imprudent proposals.
Diplomatic dust-ups with Denmark—a longtime ally—over a region that already has a U.S. military presence only serves to undermine U.S. interests.