Scott was joined by Peter Van Buren for an extended Antiwar Radio interview. They begin with a long discussion of Russia's invasion of Ukraine, how it's going and how it will likely end.
On Antiwar Radio this Sunday, Scott was joined by Aaron Maté to discuss an article he wrote for Real Clear Investigations. Amidst the collapse of the Steele dossier, Maté wrote about five articles that either won the Pulitzer prize or were written
Are Human Transmissible Vaccines Next?
Scott interviews Doug Bandow about the missed foreign policy opportunities of the Trump administration. Bandow laments that Trump didn't push harder to get U.S. troops out of our wars in the Middle East, theorizing that he was worried the political
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Sheldon Richman, executive editor at the Libertarian Institute, comes on the show to talk about his recent article "Trump Turns to Gaza as Middle East Deal of the Century Collapses."
Peter van Buren discusses the media reaction to President Trump's recent meeting with Vladimir Putin in Helsinki.
The aviation industry is on the verge of a major shift in propulsion, experts say.
A senior judge has called for the establishment of an online court that does not have lawyers and can deal with claims of up to £25,000.
Researchers at the University of Michigan have found a way to accurately detect electromagnetic waves in the terahertz range by first converting them into sound.
Researchers are using genomics to breed a better Thanksgiving bird.
More than a million US women have received unnecessary and invasive cancer treatments over the last 30 years, thanks to routine mammograms that detected harmless tumors, scientists said Thursday.
The factory bots will reduce labor costs and improve efficiencies, the company’s founder, Terry Gou, told the Xinhua news agency. And they will be unable to take their own lives.