(Associated Press) We’re only three quarters of the way through America’s violent century — and there’s more to come John W. Dower April 1, 2017 3:59pm (UTC) This piece originally appeared on TomDispatch.
A new app can detect if something wrong (and dangerous) is going on with your iDevice. It's not paranoia if they're really after you. If you have an iPhone there was no way to figure out if you were really
U.S. news A legal loophole means that anyone, including criminals, can order a so-called “ghost gun” off the web without a background check – a gun with no serial number that can’t be traced. The guns
Before taking office, Donald Trump repeatedly questioned the role of the NATO military alliance, a bedrock of European stability and transatlantic relations since 1949, calling the security pact "obsolete"
By John Pomfret John Pomfret, a former Washington Post bureau chief in Beijing, is the author of “The Beautiful Country and the Middle Kingdom: America and China, 1776 to the Present.” There are glimmerings
Russia and China are introducing new weapons of war. ISIS fighters hide among civilians and attack with no regard for casualties. And somehow North Korea has managed to become even less stable than it
President Donald Trump’s preference for traditional fuels such as oil and natural gas—as well as large centralized coal plants—is clear. Yet, recent trends point to rapid growth in small, distributed resources
The massive upgrade, designed to improve what's called the bomber's Defensive Management System, is described by Air Force developers as "the most extensive modification effort that the B-2 has attempted."
The Doomsday Clock has been advanced to 2.5 minutes to midnight—a setting closer to humanity’s extinction than any year since 1953. The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists moved the minute hand forward 30
Has Trump snapped the tether? His claim that media “doesn’t want to report” terrorism suggests he’s lost contact with reality
(Getty/Mandel Ngan) Trump did a dozen things last weekend that would have provoked a crisis — for a normal president. He’s not normal Bob Cesca February 7, 2017 10:00am (UTC) President Donald Trump is
Multitasking is really tempting. It's also really bad for you. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. You may have heard that multitasking is bad for you, but new studies show it
Years of budget cuts have taken a toll on the Navy's fleet of strike fighters. Nearly two-thirds of the Navy's strike fighters are sitting unused because there is not enough money to repair them, according
The confirmation today of Betsy DeVos as the 11th U.S. secretary of education brought angry denunciations and firm pledges of support — no surprise for a Cabinet nominee who had become a lightning rod
It's one reason Trump won the White House, amid populist calls for protectionism. Many blue-collar workers in traditionally manufacturing-heavy states like Michigan blamed the trade deal for job losses,
Trump’s best hope is to convince opponents he’s more popular than he actually is. These are disorienting times for American democracy. Key features of a democratic nation — that the candidate who wins
Health news Dozens of medical and scientific groups, universities and advocacy organizations have piled on to protest President Donald Trump’s immigration order. Cancer groups deplore it. Medical schools
This isn’t a joke. “No, this isn’t a joke,” confirms Milo Yiannopoulos, the Breitbart editor and alt-right leader, who’s currently ruffling college campuses with inflammatory speeches on a national tour,
(AP Photo/Krzysztof Zatycki) Military values don’t count much in the calculations of President Trump and his alter ego Steve Bannon Jefferson Morley February 2, 2017 9:48am (UTC) This article originally
Twenty-three years ago, one of my employees — I’ll call him Dale — asked for a private meeting. Dale was serious and bookish and had very strong opinions. His work was fastidious. He rarely socialized
Germans are taught that their historical horrors were collective failures. Americans, on the other hand… Both the US and Germany have committed horrific racist atrocities in the past. But Americans learn