A new report by Brown University's Costs of War Project now estimates that by the end of fiscal year 2020, the US will have "spent" $6.4 trillion on a global "war on terror" in which more than three million people have died. And what do we have to sh
US Defense Secretary Mark Esper warned during a speech on artificial intelligence at the National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence public conference Tuesday (Nov. 05) that China is exporting a series of "next-generation drones" to count
Customs and Border Protection agreed to pay $9.89 million for Winchester Ammunition Inc.'s special 9mm hollow point Luger rounds through a near-term contract made public Oct. 24. The bullets are needed by the CBP as it transitions to Glock Inc.'s
v There is a reason the military industrial complex and the CIA in particular has been for decades the most powerful influencer in Hollywood. As Etienne de la Boetie explained over 500 years ago, the monopoly of state power rests on the willing
President Trump addressed Washington's backlash against his decision to pull US troops out of northern Syria at a press conference on Wednesday by saying the "Military Industrial Complex" has "tremendous power" and "make a lot of money" off war.
SecDef: Deployment focused on air and missile defense
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The Pentagon is using a moral panic over "fake news" to gain influence over the domestic news landscape
The US Navy's newest aircraft carrier, the USS Gerald Ford, is so over-budget and riddled with errors that it's practically useless. Never is it asked whether we need such a ship for the defense of this country. It is about spending and maintaining s
Fake news and social media posts are such a threat to U.S. security that the Defense Department is launching a project to repel "large-scale, automated disinformation attacks," as the top Republican in Congress blocks efforts to protect the integ
The Pentagon is deploying troops to Saudi Arabia in order to defend the U.S. and its allies from "credible threats." It is important to note that there are already U.S. troops inside Saudi Arabia, contrary to official reports.
Within the vast bureaucratic sprawl of the Pentagon there is a group in charge of monitoring the general state of the military-industrial complex and its continued ability to fulfill the requirements of the national defense strategy.