Within a year or two, the US government will instantly know everything about your body, clothes, and luggage with a new laser-based molecular scanner fired from 164 feet away. It detects traces of drugs or gun powder on your clothes to what you had for breakfast to the adrenaline level in your body—agents will be able to get any information they want without even touching you.
It’s real, it’s inspired by maple seeds, and the company behind it, Lockheed Martin, envisions a future in which swarms of the new drones can be deployed at a fraction of the cost and with greater capabilities than drones being used today by the military and other agencies.
USDA is targeting Spanish speakers with radio soap operas promoting food stamp usage as part of a stated mission to increase program participation. No English language equivalent is planned.
Pelosi, a constant critic of outsourcing and overseas investment, made up to $5 million last year in exclusively Asian investments according to her just-released House financial disclosures.
Suicide within the military has soared since 2005 as the military has waged two wars at once. New research shows that the top reason soldiers attempt suicide is “intense psychological suffering and pain.”
The Navy is rushing dozens of unmanned underwater craft to the Persian Gulf in a major military buildup. The tiny SeaFox submersibles each carry an underwater television camera, homing sonar and an explosive charge.
“This is a stunning and shocking comment by the president. It is disturbing to see him downplaying the threat posed to U.S. interests by a regime that openly wishes us ill,” Romney said in a statement. “President Obama’s remarks continue a pattern of weakness in his foreign policy, one that has emboldened adversaries and diminished U.S. influence.”
In a direct challenge to the US and other anti-Assad nations, Russia dispatched a flotilla of 11 warships to the eastern Mediterranean. It will be the largest display of Russian military power in the region since well before the Syrian conflict began almost 17 months ago.
Mosab Yousef, the son of a Hamas founder, argues that Islam is a religion of war and that following Muhammad inevitably leads to extremism and terror.
Obama expanded his lead over Romney to 6 percentage points in the White House race this month as voters became more optimistic about the economy, a Reuters poll showed on Tuesday.
The Obama administration is moving to shut down nine Border Patrol stations across four states, triggering a backlash from local law enforcement, members of Congress and Border Patrol agents themselves.
In a recent radio interview, New Black Panther Chairman contended not only that Democrats are using black people “like whores and prostitutes” but that the US is a “modern Babylon and a modern Rome” in serious decline.
Iran has expanded its terror network and now has tens of thousands of agents in Latin America, according to a former Iranian official who has witnessed the regime’s crimes against humanity inside Iran and has knowledge of its terror network targeting the West.
Huge glaciers in the area between Pakistan and China are puzzling scientists – and disproving the doom-laden predictions of some climate experts. They are not shrinking and, in some cases, are growing.
Russia’s new Internet bill calls for the creation of a federal website “no-list”. Internet providers and site owners would be forced to shut down any websites on this list and will “lead to the creation of a Russian analogue to China’s great firewall”.
A former Planned Parenthood abortion clinic manager has filed a lawsuit against the nation’s biggest abortion business accusing it of engaging in massive fraudulent activities including submitting “repeated false, fraudulent, and/or ineligible claims for reimbursements” to Medicaid and failing to meet acceptable standards of medical practice.
President Vladimir Putin said on Monday the West’s influence was waning as its economy declines but warned Russian diplomats to be on their guard against a backlash from Moscow’s former Cold War enemies.
Watch this short news documentary regarding terrorists that have already crossed our southern border.
Gallup’s Poll found a consistent 1% volunteering the name of some other candidate as their choice for president. The 1% is in line with the vote for third-party candidates in recent presidential elections when no high-profile third-party candidate ran.
Creating leftist outrage, Maine’s governor stated on his weekly radio address that Obamacare has “made America less free” and that the “new Gestapo [is] the IRS.”
83% percent of American doctors have considered leaving their practices over Obamacare, according to a survey released by DPMA. But even if doctors do not quit their jobs over the ruling, America will face a shortage of at least 90,000 doctors by 2020.
Obama must remind himself daily that he will never have to accept responsibility for anything that goes wrong on his watch as long as he can find some way to blame his troubles on Bush. But the effort to blame Fast and Furious on Bush is the height of hypocrisy.
On par with choosing Bernie Madoff to police fraud on the stock market, Iran was chosen to help oversee a month-long UN conference to finalize the controversial global arms trade treaty.
Five men were named Monday in a federal grand jury indictment unsealed in Tucson, Ariz., in the December 2010 shooting death of U.S. Border Patrol Agent Brian A. Terry, with the FBI announcing a $1 million reward for information leading to the arrest of four of the men designated as fugitives.
Under Obama, service members’ rising fears of being prosecuted for acting to protect themselves and their missions are among many ways in which the military is being “fundamentally transformed,” to use Obama’s now-infamous turn of phrase