Two U.S. Army National Guard members have been removed from the presidential inauguration security mission after they were found to have ties with right-wing militia groups, according to two U.S. Army officials.
Censorship is a dangerous and risky tactic. Learn about many of the popular and successful methods of censorship and the potential damage.
The Fifth Amendment and double jeopardy clause protects us from being repeatedly tried for the same offenses. Learn how Army Sergeant Timothy Hennis was tried more than once for the same crime.
The storming of the Capitol Building has been called the worst such incident since the British ransacked it in 1814, but in 1954 there was a security breach of the Capitol that has largely been overlooked or mostly forgotten.
It is doubtful that the 25th Amendment will be invoked to remove President Trump from office. VP Pence does not appear inclined to use it.
The Capitol riots were shocking because of the location, but it’s not an uncommon experience for police across the country. Learn about efforts to create national standards for training, equipment, and tactics to help agencies plan and prepare for civil unrest.
Why do nations still wage war against each other? In this episode, learn about the national security strategy, what issues lead to armed conflict, and the role of ethics.
U.S. recognition of Western Sahara as an independent state can be challenged on the basis of morality, but politically it will have limited results.