A small handful of private companies are making big bucks from the threat of nuclear war.
The Russian president's portrait is constructed from more than 5,000 bullet casings.
China has one of the most powerful militaries in the world.
The IDF is planning to defend the lucrative platforms as it says Shiite Hezbollah has acquired rockets capable of hitting them.
Social media is intimate and personal: it seduces and elides, it cajoles and it lies.
The retired basketball player wanted the two to meet and work out their beef.
America’s fiscal strength is inextricably linked to its military power, and the Senate tax bill, which passed at two in the morning on Saturday, will diminish the United States’ fiscal stability by adding between $1 trillion and $1.4 trillion to the Federal debt over the next decade, according to the non-partisan Coalition for Fiscal and National Security.
Trump has increased the presence of U.S. troops in multiple theaters.
We don't know why, but chemicals in bones tell us that a lot of people came from all over to kill each other.
War is not human nature, but through romanticization and censorship people no longer understand its true horror, philosopher AC Grayling argues in this extract.
President Donald Trump appears determined to follow through on his promise to “bomb the sh*t out of ISIS,” regardless of how many civilians are killed along the way.
Most Americans also think North Korea is a bigger national security threat than ISIS.
It is not the first time the Philippines president has referenced cannibalism.
The country could now be capable of hitting the U.S. mainland.
Elected a year ago, one of Philippine president's campaign pledges was to rid the country of "sons of bitches" drug users and dealers.
North Korea's leader may be as secretive as his father and grandfather, but we know a little about how he spends his days.
The war has lasted for 14 days in the southern island of Mindanao.