The United States has actually prosecuted enemy combatants for the war crime of waterboarding American soldiers.
The racial and ethnic census data confirm that Nevada represents the nation’s diverse tableau of people.
The standards at foreign repair stations are far less robust than in the U.S.
Weapons programs that made sense yesterday may no longer be the wisest investment for scarce taxpayer dollars.
Russia is much weaker in a comprehensive sense than it appears to be.
Developing, procuring, and maintaining weapons systems is notoriously complex and, more importantly, expensive.
Nearly half of this vulnerable population is chronically disconnected.
Corrections reform needs to begin by acknowledging that an individual’s humanity is not diminished by incarceration.
There is an economic tsunami heading your way. It's called the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
Now with the U.S. forces out of Iraq, the ball is exclusively in the Iraqi government’s court.