The ancient Ma’dan culture is disappearing as the Fertile Crescent dries up, but it’s the women who are bearing the brunt of this change.
An excerpt from "All the Ways We Kill and Die," the forthcoming book by bestselling author Brian Castner.
The move comes amid a resource crunch and shifting targets.
On YouTube, “war porn” videos fetch millions of views. What are they doing to mental health?
The US military shipped thousands of defective gun parts to troops, and knew it for years.
We crunched key data behind the US military shipping thousands of defective gun parts to troops for years, and knowing about it.
The tale of Reese and Yuri Hines, two brothers in two wars, suggests the Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon game needs a new name in the US military.
What's more important for a military amputee who wants to return to the battlefield: advanced prosthetic technology, or sheer human will?
The war in Afghanistan proved that we can't just rely on new technology, but the Pentagon wouldn't listen—and troops paid the price.