Sen. Wayne Morse of Oregon and FBI deputy director Mark Felt were beacons of light during those dark and disturbing days.
While the Russian actions in question are real and troubling, they do not pose an immediate military threat.
While many Americans are willing to talk about the other “N” word, they are not willing to talk about the “N” word, as in nuclear weapons.
Nuclear abolition is not a partisan issue. It is a survival issue.
The American citizens who live in the United States’ territory of Puerto Rico and participate in its armed forces are treated with the same inequality as in 1914.
Torture is not merely ineffective: it’s counterproductive.
We must better harvest and retain our nation's diverse talents – or risk falling behind our potential competitors in the future.
We seem to have stumbled upon a short window of time where the government can work with U.S. critical infrastructure sites to beef up both cyber and physical security.
A small but significant defense budget cut will delay or scuttle deployment of a key component of our cruise missile defenses.
U.S. federal courts are more effective than military commissions at convicting terrorists.