Long-Term Effects & Adverse Effects 'Not Currently Known' It's confirmed: Our government has been willfully lying to us for years. South African court ruled Pfizer's contract with government from 2021 be made public.
The Defense Logistics Agency Energy, on behalf of the US Air Force, is serious about decarbonizing a military base in Alaska. Surprisingly, the focus is on something other than solar or wind but on mini-nuclear reactors.
Northrop Grumman has delivered a miniaturized high-energy laser, called the Phantom, to the US government that points to future laser weapons that are not only powerful, but small and rugged enough for field combat.
Last October, Colin Kahl, then the Under-Secretary of Defense for Policy at the Pentagon, sat in a hotel in Paris and prepared to make a call to avert disaster in Ukraine.
The four contracts for the Space Launch System rocket's booster and engine were initially projected to cost $7 billion over a span of 14 years, but are now projected to cost at least $13.1 billion over nearly 25 years. (from the NASA Inspector Gene
"Taxpayers Pay The War Bills, Private Firms Get The Profits"
The US Space Force granted Elon Musk's SpaceX permission to lease a second rocket launch pad at a military base in Southern California, positioning the space company for its fifth launch site in the US.
Space Force leaders say carefully written contracts can prevent things like SpaceX's about-face on Ukrainian satcomms.
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BlackRock Inc., the chosen seller of a pile of securities once held by failed banks, faces a dilemma between flooding the market and risking higher costs to hold the debt.