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Commemorating the 70th anniversary of the first CARE packages sent to Europe
On May 11, 1946, war-torn Europe received its first batch of U.S. CARE packages.
Selling bonds to fund the war and fight inflation
Ken McGee sold the debt securities for $18.75, going door-to-door in Oklahoma.
Designing battlefield technology to save lives
Usually the technology of war is focused on destroying life, but one start up is working on inventions to save it.
The record of peace in the European Union
The European Union, and the euro -- for all its faults -- has been credited with keeping the continent relatively peaceful of late. And European peace is the subject of our quiz this morning.
U.S. pays Afghan villagers for killings
The Pentagon has paid out $50,000 for each of the 17 Afghans killed earlier this month. How was that amount of payment determined?
US ready to go to war. CYBER war, that is.
Whoa, see how I swerved you there? Still: yikes!
The US intends to be aggressive in cyberwar in the event it happens and in the event we figure out what it actually is
As part of her confirmation hearing for Assistant Defense Secretary for Global Strategic Affairs, Senators asked Madelyn Creedon to define the...