Dozens of government employees at the U.S. Census Bureau have been billing taxpayers for time they never actually worked, wasting more than $1 million.
Much of air fighting in the future will focus on defeating the enemy plane's electronics, its essence and Achilles' heel
Now all it needs is a nickname instead of 'LATV'
The US military-industrial complex always wants to have an enemy and now it seeks to use Russia as an adversary, says former American presidential candidate Ron Paul.
France and Russia have settled compensation issues over helicopter carrier warships that Paris has decided not to deliver to Moscow, President Francois Hollande's office said on Wednesday.
Columbus, Ohio – It was reported this week that the city of Columbus was forced to terminate its contract with Redflex, the company that provides all of the red light cameras in the area.
The Corruption of Government Officials (and Police) by the Ticket Camera Industry
Yes, I know that headline sounds like it comes from the 1998 movie "Armageddon" starting Bruce Willis, but this is actually happening.
A secret, hypersonic replacement for the legendary SR-71 promises to transform military aviation
One of the 24 teams competing at the 2015 DARPA Robotics Challenge, and the only team fielded by a large private company, was Lockheed Martin's Team Trooper and its robot Leo.
This has been in the works for a few years. If used for the wrong reason, this weapon could knock out cell phones and electronics during a peaceful protest or crash major power grids and send communities back to 1800's.It could also be used as a Fals
Remember last summer, when Congress was very upset that most rockets used to launch military satellites were powered by Russian-made engines?
Thanks to a newly developed UAV from Lockheed Martin, finding people who have gone missing is set to become easier, quicker, and less expensive.
Its target demographic is "America's cryptokids"
Slatten Gets Life in Prison, Others Get 30 Years
Militarism and military spending are everywhere on the rise, as the new Cold War propaganda seems to be paying off.
The Department of Homeland Security is seeking bids from companies able to provide law enforcement officials with access to a national license-plate tracking system -- a year after canceling a similar solicitation over privacy issues.
Not many students have the cutting-edge cybersecurity skills the NSA needs, recruiters say. And these days industry is paying top dollar for talent.
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Obama hasn't ruled out sending weapons to Kiev if the latest ceasefire breaks down. What's actually driving the hard line against Russia?
Three US military contractors were killed today in a shooting at the Kabul Airport, when an Afghan soldier opened fire on them. The soldier was also killed in the incident.
Dear NSA Employees, You Now Have a Green Light to Loot and Pillage. It's Time to Get Paid:
Longtime reporters who cover the NSA know that any time we ask the obstinate spy agency for information, we're probably going to hit a brick wall.
Two days after laying off about 100 employees who had been working on its Dream Chaser vehicle, Sierra Nevada Corp. (SNC) on Sept. 26 filed a protest with the U.S. Government Accountability Office of a commercial crew contract it lost earlier in Sept
"We've got Iraqi army battalions driving around in Toyota trucks," General McCaffrey, 2007
A new laser weapon Boeing is developing for the U.S. Army cleared a major test by cutting through fog to destroy enemy targets.
"Retinal obfuscation" gun a new tool for militarized law enforcement
By Ex-Shill, Above Top Secret I am writing here to come out of the closet as a paid shill. For a little over six months, I was paid to spread disinformation and argue political points on the Internet.
Former CIA contractor, Steven D. Kelley, says that the ISIL terrorist group is a completely fabricated enemy created and funded by the United States.
The military plane of the future is not likely to have anyone actually inside the aircraft, and a new video released from Boeing gives us a glimpse into what that could look like.