Can a war be won from the air? A group of renegade pilots in the 1930s thought so.
A brief passage from a recent UN report describes what could be the first-known case of an autonomous weapon, powered by artificial intelligence, killing in the battlefield.
Inventions with revolutionary potential made by a mysterious aerospace engineer for the U.S. Navy come to light.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) recently issued $8 million in follow-up funding to a team of neuroengineers developing brain-to-brain and brain-to-machine technology.
A new look at existing data by LSU researchers refutes the Trump administration's claims.
America's Space Force has acquired a horse for an important mission.
A new report from The New York Times describes a Pentagon task force's long-standing project to collect data on unidentified aerial phenomena and a Pentagon consultant who says the U.S. has collected crashed "off-world vehicles."
A study by UK archaeologists finds that longbows caused horrific injuries similar to modern gunshot wounds.
The Space Force will soon launch its X-37B spacecraft on a classified mission.
And the first sci-fi weapon the Space Force gets is....a device to scramble communications?
Despite potential good intentions, interventionist policies are often viewed by classical liberals as violations of individual freedoms.
When it comes to foreign intervention, we often overlook the practices that creep into life back home.
Does the President get to decide when to ignore the law?
Next up on the countdown at #2, the world's next superpower might just resurrect the Middle Ages.
"We seem to be racing toward a new configuration of government and industry without having fully thought through all of the implications," Steve Aftergood, director of the Project on Government Secrecy at the Federation of American Scientists, told MIT Technology Review.
Warspeak has relentlessly crept into most aspects of American life and public discourse.
Mass protests alone are never enough.
The history of Silicon Valley: The rise of a technological unicorn.
The drones are nearly silent and are able to identify and track enemy soldiers.
Could ketosis be the answer to preventing deadly seizures during deep-diving missions?
The war machine needs fuel, perhaps so much as to make protecting oil redundant.
The Tesla Motors CEO has plans for a James Bond-like car that drives on and under water.
Sobering accounts from one of the most pivotal battles in world history.
Are we witnessing the end of democracy in America?
Can 6,500 mercenaries "fix" Afghanistan? The U.S. is resurrecting privatized warfare.
"Here I want to remind all of you of a fact that the U.S. publicly defines outer space as a new battlefield," a Chinese foreign minister said.