In the face of seemingly unstoppable gun violence, Americans could stand to gain by looking to the Swiss.
For the Japanese in World War II, surrender was unthinkable. So unthinkable that many soldiers continued to fight even after the island nation eventually did surrender.
Two space agencies plan missions to deflect an asteroid.
You won't notice much of a difference unless you're north of the 55th parallel, though.
Recipe for awe: Coat one egg with Starlite. Blast it with a ridiculous amount of heat until charred black. Crack it open.
Following World War I, President Woodrow Wilson nearly died trying to ensure world peace.
Superpowers team up to heat up the ionosphere by over 200 degrees.
Russia has launched several so-called "inspector satellites" that could potentially be weaponized.
On Tuesday, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the U.S. will withdraw from the 1987 agreement unless Russia falls back into compliance.
The $480 million contract could lead the company to make more than 100,000 augmented reality headsets for the military.
Military recruits are supposed to be assessed to see whether they're fit for service. What happens when they're not?
The legendary DARPA tests technology that lets soldiers control drones with their minds.
A disturbing interview given by a KGB defector in 1984 describes America of today and outlines four stages of mass brainwashing used by the KGB.
Eugene Gholz, the associate professor of political science at the University of Notre Dame, posits that President Trump's decision to suspend U.S. military operations on the Korean peninsula negates decades of foreign policy.
The world today is far more complex than it was 200 years ago, but the speeches and writings of the Founding Fathers point to a common general principle.
Why doesn't America win wars anymore? Because the objectives are so poorly defined. Maybe it's time to rethink foreign policy.
North Korea has a long history of making bellicose threats that defy global norms. So does that mean the country's leaders are irrational, and will act irrationally?
A recent DNA analysis shows that a skeleton found in a famous Viking grace belonged to a female warrior.
NASA space probes discovered a protective barrier created by human communication technology.
America has a split personality, and the country it wants to be is constantly being foiled by the country that it is. In an ideal world, says Jelani Cobb, there is a way of using power that does not entail the oppression and exploitation of other people. But how do we get there?