On the potential existence of personalized bioweapons, which could attack a single individual without leaving a trace, and how they might be stopped.
Tuesday, October 30
Friday, October 26
Saturday, October 13
How Barack Obama decided to green-light the operation that killed Osama bin Laden.
Tuesday, September 18
Friday, September 7
Did a handsome young Green Beret doctor kill his pregnant wife and two daughters? Or, as he claims, did a group of candle-carrying hippies carry out a vicious home invasion while chanting “Acid is groovy, kill the pigs”? A mystery that spanned three decades.
Tuesday, July 31
The emotional toll on drone pilots.
Tuesday, July 17
Erwynn Umali, Will Behrens, and the first gay wedding on a military base.
Wednesday, July 11
Tuesday, July 3
A CIA veteran remembers his Soviet nemesis, Leonid Vladimirovich Shebarshin, who was the chairman of the KGB for a single day during the 1991 coup against Gorbachev, and committed suicide in Moscow in March.
Saturday, June 16
Revealing the murder of 109 Vietnamese civilians during a 1968 search-and-destroy mission on a rumored Viet Gong stronghold, often referred to in military circles as Pinkville, actually the village of My Lai.
Friday, June 8
The story of Bowe Bergdahl, a soldier who walked off his base in Afghanistan only to be captured by the Taliban.
Saturday, June 2
Uncovered letters reveal ties between the literary magazine and the CIA’s Congress for Cultural Freedom.