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Explore how many nukes there are in the world, and where they are, courtesy of the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists' interactive Nuclear Notebook -- a useful way to discover whether some friendly superpower has stashed nukes in your harbour.

Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert McDonald has apologized for lying to a veteran about serving in the Special Forces. (via Super Punch)...

The is from a new Gallup Poll -- taken between February 8th and 11th of a random national sample of 837 adults, with a 4 point margin of error.Frankly, I was a bit shocked at the results of this survey. It seems that nearly four out of 10 Americans (...

History's greatest democracy continued its love affair with hereditary monarchy Wednesday, as Jeb Bush captivated listeners with A Very Important Foreign Policy Speech full of original insights about being his own man and America needing leadership a...

Filed under: Technology, Careers, U.S. Government, Career Change, This Built America John Harrington/Harrington+Richardson Photographic ServicesNS2 Serves' second graduating class. Veterans from the second era of the Gulf War continue to face highe...

Since visiting Iraq in 2003, NBC and its star news anchor, Brian Williams, have maintained that Williams was aboard a Chinook helicopter when it was hit and grounded by enemy fire over Baghdad. But after repeating the claim last week, Williams was fo...

After the war ended, Churchill ordered all of Bletchley's work -- the computers, the notebooks -- destroyed, but some of Alan Turing's notes were discovered between the walls of Hut 6 during a recent renovation, and are now on display at Bletchley Pa...