Want to invisibly spy on 10 iPhone owners without their knowledge?
A confidential, 120-page catalogue of spy equipment, originating from British defense firm Cobham and circulated to U.S. law enforcement, touts gear that can intercept wireless calls and text messages, locate people via their mobile phones, and jam c
Exclusive: Behind the U.S. media-political clamor for a new Cold War with Russia is a massive investment by the Military-Industrial Complex in "think tanks" and other propaganda outlets, writes Jonathan Marshall.
The Justice Department plans to end its use of private prisons after officials concluded the facilities are both less safe and less effective at providing correctional services than those run by the government.
Nobody spends money on arms like the US of A.
So they don't have to get wet
If you pay attention to the news at all, it probably seems like the world has been fraying at the edges lately. In South America, Brazil's economy is crumbling and Venezuela is on the verge of collapse.
Here comes the sky cavalary
French jet ski champion Franky Zapata made some serious waves back in 2011 when he showed off his ambitious water-jet Flyboard, which uses a jet ski motor to pump water through a pair of boots and hand-held stabilizers.
The Marine Corps may have yet another reason to question its famously complicated and hideously expensive V-22 Osprey.
USABC, a collaborative organization of FCA, Ford and GM, awarded a $4 million dollar contract to SiNode Systems for development of silicon-graphene anode materials for automotive lithium-ion battery cells.
Could we soon be saying goodbye to long-haul flights? One company has taken an important step in making this dream come true.
Leaked Data Reveals How the U.S. Trains Vast Numbers of Foreign Soldiers and Police With Little Oversight
It was the 2012 Sandy Hook hoax that first alerted Americans to a curious phenomenon called crisis actors -- actors who role-play as victims, perpetrators, and first responders in simulations and drills of crisis situations such as natural or man ma
Chinese missiles, tanks and drones find foreign buyers
Certainly not the well-heeled denizens of the State Department's diplomatic corps. And they should know.
Who says nothing is made in the USA anymore?
Why it's okay for our allies to start defending themselves
In some parts of the world, it's easier to get an automatic rifle than a glass of clean drinking water. Is this just the way it is?
The US Navy is expected to order up to 250 of the heaviest, self-guided torpedoes in the next five years, which will be steered toward enemy targets by an advanced sonar system, defense contractor Lockheed Martin announced in a press release on Monda
It can guide the Uber driver to our doorstep and steer mortar rounds toward their targets in Afghanistan, but one place GPS falls short is underwater.
Traditionally, the best way to keep track of future military deployments - absent unexpected events, of course - has been to follow key procurement contracts from the U.S. Department of Defense of mission critical offensive wartime equipment such as
Projected deficit prompts government to weigh alternatives Bond-like instrument would cover part of amount owed by state
SIDtoday is the internal newsletter for the NSA's most important division, the Signals Intelligence Directorate. After editorial review, The Intercept is releasing nine years' worth of newsletters in batches, starting with 2003.
Taser is aggressively lobbying for a body cam monopoly Free cameras and trips are winning over police departments
While the FBI keeps crying wolf about the dangerous dark future where criminals use technology that's impossible to spy on, the Pentagon's blue-sky research arm wants someone to create the ultimate hacker-proof messaging app.
US military apparently never tires of thinking up capability gaps, and that means we may soon see fleets of small drones dropping out of bombers, then later being yanked out of the sky by cargo planes.
Inside Erik Prince's Treacherous Drive to Build a Private Air Force
Last week students at L'Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM) disrupted a board meeting after learning administrators planned to sign a $50 million, seven-year, contract with security giant GardaWorld.
Heckler & Koch 5.56mm assault rifle developed for US military recently cancelled.