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The Air Force has boosted the number of women in the ranks of its missileer contingent, which carries out nuclear launches. [Read More]
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The Air Force has boosted the number of women in the ranks of its missileer contingent, which carries out nuclear launches. [Read More]
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Missileers undergo months of intense training and are expected to know nuclear launch protocol by heart. [Read More]
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The United States has microwave weapons that proponents believe could stop North Korea from launching missiles by frying their electronics. [Read More]
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The U.S. has microwave missiles that could fry the electronics of North Korea's missiles and control systems. [Read More]
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In an actual mission, the bombers would be supported by satellites, drones and fighter jets as well as aerial refueling and electronic warfare planes. [Read More]
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The National Security Council has presented President Trump with options to respond to North Korea's nuclear program, including putting American nukes in South Korea or... [Read More]
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Options presented to President Trump include stationing American nuclear weapons in South Korea or killing North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un. [Read More]
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NBC News found 25 cases where border agents demanded that U.S. citizens, nearly all Muslim, hand over their phones at airports and border crossings. [Read More]
U.S. CBP agents are increasing their searches of cellphones, NBC News reports. [Read More]
NBC News found 25 cases where border agents demanded that U.S. citizens, nearly all Muslim, hand over their phones at airports and border crossings. [Read More]
The operation, especially in the post-9/11 era, is the most sophisticated protection and communications system in the world. [Read More]
She is serving a 35-year sentence for leaking classified material. [Read More]
President Obama has put Chelsea Manning on his short list for a possible commutation, a Justice Department source told NBC News. [Read More]
It's one of 15 states that have no paper trail for voting. [Read More]
An NBC investigation in New Orleans indicates lead may be more common than shown in city tests. [Read More]
Some official's believe Doug Laux's plan would've prevented the ISIS takeover of much of Syria. [Read More]
The CIA in 2012 proposed a detailed covert action plan designed to remove Syrian President Bashar Assad from power, but President Obama declined to approve... [Read More]
Three federal agencies are teaming up to investigate the safety of crumb rubber artificial turf used in playing fields and playground all across the country. [Read More]
Three agencies will investigate the safety of the artificial playing surface. There are questions whether the material poses a risk to young people. [Read More]
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