An Army officer earned the gold medal in women’s shotgun skeet shooting at the Tokyo Olympics today, becoming the first U.S. service member to win the top prize in the Summer Olympics.
To understand the purpose of the Ms. Veteran America pageant, look no further than Final Salute Inc., a nonprofit organization that assists women veterans facing homelessness, domestic abuse, joblessness, and other personal crises.
The amount of plastic waste continues to pile up, despite widespread campaigns to encourage recycling. Learn about advancements in recycling, including the use of robotics and artificial intelligence to sort plastics.
Many intelligence studies students don’t realize the vast opportunities in the private sector. Learn about important skillsets as well as advice on finding a job in private sector intelligence.
Private sector intelligence units provide risk assessments about the security of a company’s assets, operations and employees. Learn about this emerging career path for intelligence professionals.
The proliferation of deployed intercontinental-range nuclear weapons is restricted by the New START Treaty, which the U.S. and Russia agreed to extend until 2026 after it was due to lapse in February.
For nearly 19 years, the murder of Jennifer Servo, a 22-year-old newscaster living in Abilene, Texas, has gone unsolved.
In the last two weeks, two of the world’s most eccentric billionaires have claimed they went to space.