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Why There Will Be A Robot Uprising

The bad news is that the robot uprising is likely. The good news is that it’s not too late to stop it. By Patrick Tucker

April 17 Leave a comment

Edward Snowden Makes Surprise Guest Appearance at Putin Q&A

Snowden appeared via webcam to ask Putin to share his stance on mass surveillance of civilians.

April 17 Leave a comment

Eric Holder Doesn’t Deserve to Be Paid, Republican Lawmakers Say

Group introduces bill to prohibit feds held in contempt of Congress from receiving their salaries.

April 17 Leave a comment

The Science of Unmasking Russian Forces in Ukraine

The incursion of masked gunmen into Ukraine shows that knowing who you are fighting has become critical to victory. By Patrick Tucker

April 16 Leave a comment

Pentagon Plans to Ax Missile-Interceptor Redesign If Sequestration Returns

The automatic cuts are slated for a comeback in 2016.

April 16 Leave a comment

Number of Foreign Fighters in Syria Jumped from 800 to 8,000 in the Past Year

Once a two-sided war, CENTCOM’s Gen. Austin calls today’s Syria ‘the most complex problem I’ve seen.’ By Kevin Baron

April 16 Leave a comment

Where Genocide Is Most Likely To Happen Next

One university team may have found a way to predict the world’s next genocides. By Ben Watson and Kedar Pavgi

April 15 Leave a comment

Biden, Survivors Pay Tribute on Anniversary of Boston Marathon Bombings

Vice president says recovery has been inspirational.

April 15 Leave a comment

Repurposing Old Drones to Bring Wi-Fi to War Fighters

DARPA’s turning unmanned aerial vehicles into very mobile hotspots.

April 15 Leave a comment

Planning for Withdrawal in Afghanistan May Be Smart, But It’s Not Wise

Getting the new Afghan president to sign a troop deal will require a steady hand through the next several months of political uncertainty. By Daniel Markey

April 15 Leave a comment