The Pentagon's plan to outsource lethal cyber-weapons
The Pentagon has quietly put out a call for vendors to bid on a contract to develop, execute and m...
US Army lab develops a way to read soldiers' brains
The US Army MIND Lab has begun testing the system, which could be used by intelligence analysts in the future.
Runaway blimp prompts the US to freeze a missile defense program
The US military is putting a hold on its JLENS missile defense program after last week's runaway blimp episode.
The US Army lost control of a radar blimp
If you see a big white blimp flying over central Pennsylvania, don't be alarmed -- it's 'just' a US Army blimp on the loose.
Northrop Grumman lands USAF deal for new long-range strike bomber
Northrop wins big with $60 billion contract for the United States' next top bomber.
US worries Russia would cut undersea data cables in a conflict
Russia is positioning subs and ships near undersea internet cables, and that's making US officials nervous.
America's drone strike program needs a low-tech fix
The drone program was supposed to be a "scalpel" that could cleanly excise terrorists with minimal collateral damage. What we got was mosquito hunting with a shotgun.
The Intercept publishes massive leak on America's drone strike program
This is big, folks. Like, Snowden-level big.
DARPA wants to build vehicles that disappear after delivering supplies
DARPA is looking into the possibilities for supply vehicles that vanish after their payload is dropped.