Although Notre Dame suffered significant damage in yesterday’s fire, the famous stone façade and twin towers remain intact, according to local officials.
At the Space Symposium in Colorado, we and Colonel Kevin Kick gathered feedback on what leaders in academia, industry and the military want in education.
After four months of protests, the Sudanese military on Thursday arrested President Omar al-Bashir during a coup and moved him to a “safe location.”
The Diplomatic Security Service (DSS) is collaborating with its counterparts from Peru as they secure runners and onlookers at Monday’s Boston Marathon.
Dr. Chris Reynolds, AMU Dean of Academic Outreach & Program Development, moderated a panel of four experts in transportation safety and counterterrorism.
There is no doubt that fake news is a growing area of concern. But legislation against fake news can also impede freedom of expression.
The Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Dunford, issued a stunning rebuke last month to Google about its recent investments in China.
As the debate continues on immigration reform, Congress has routinely failed to act. In fact, the last immigration reform bill was signed 30 years ago.
There are new rallying cries to get rid of the Electoral College – which would take an amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
In this podcast, Dan Mahanty and Elise Carlson-Reiner deliberate over the current state of affairs of human rights in U.S. foreign policy.