By Susan H. Gordon 3 min read
This weekend, keep your eyes on Aleppo, mourn those lost in the Sandy Hook shooting four years ago, and consider the Russian hacks on U.S. political parties.
By Patrick Sauer 1 min read
75 years on, here are seven books to honor the events of December 7, 1941, a day that lives on in infamy. For now, at least.
By Jay A. Fernandez 7 min read
The adaptation of Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk is sure to offer a powerful, poignant look at the lives of returned soldiers - as did these other films.
By Mike Maden 6 min read
If war is a human activity, what does war without humans look like? What does it even mean? These books about drones shed some light on that possibility.