In the nuclear security business, it's a good day when nothing goes wrong. It's a great day when something goes right.
I remember playing WWII as a boy. We would pick sides of American and Nazis. Of course, everyone wanted be the Americans, the good guys.
When the United States and the Soviet Union stared into the abyss of nuclear Armageddon during the Cold War, filmmaker Stanley Kubrick began reading obscure journals like the Bulletin of the At
Now that the Cold War that was anything but cold in Africa is over; now that the CIA, as far as we know, no longer pays for the overthrow and murder of democratically elected leaders as it did with
The page one story in Sunday's New York Times is one that I have been waiting for for a long time.
Anyone watching the news over the past couple of months will have noticed a flurry of action from two of the nations in former President Bush's infamous "Axis of Evil." North Korea tested a long-ra
A generation has now come of age now for which "Fall Out Shelter" signs are nothing but rusty remnants of a time long past.
"People will judge you on what you can build, not what you destroy."
With the passing of Hollywood legend Paul Newman, there is a significant legacy that many in the mainstream media are unaware of.