Russia's Been Cruising Cali's Coast With the Worlds Fastest Turboprop

Russia's ongoing attempts to stir up trouble in the West and around the world have not been limited to its Crimean shenanigans. In what could spell the start of a second Cold War, Russian military aircraft have reportedly been probing American airspace with a nuclear-capable blast from the past:

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Russia's Been Cruising Cali's Coast With the Worlds Fastest Turboprop

Russia's ongoing attempts to stir up trouble in the West and around the world have not been limited to its Crimean shenanigans. In what could spell the start of a second Cold War, Russian military aircraft have reportedly been probing American airspace with a nuclear-capable blast from the past:

NYT: U.S. Officials Worried About Russia Cutting Undersea Data Cables

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More Questionable Things The Republicans Said About Defense At Last Night's Debate

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Crowdsourced War

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All The Questionable Statements On Defense From Saturday's Democratic Debate

The second Democratic Presidential Debate came in the wake of the horrific attacks in Paris and there were plenty of opportunities for the candidates to discuss the future and rehash the past when it comes to fighting terror and dealing with military affairs.

13 Horrifying Ideas America Had For Invading Cuba

The United States is beginning to normalize relations with Cuba. Which is kind of amazing, when you consider the fact that America has been trying to sabotage the island nation for over half a century. In fact, the US government has officially produced dozens of ideas for destabilizing Cuba.

11 Secret Weapons Developed By Japan During World War 2

Normally, it's the Western Powers who are remembered for developing some of the most innovative and conceptual weapons of the Second World War. But when it came to experimental military technologies, Japan suffered from no shortage of ideas. Here are 11 you should know about. Read more...

The Navy's Most Vital And Secretive Submarine Base Is In... Idaho?!?

The US Navy's submarine bases are some of the most high-security installations in the world, but one of their most important and shadowy submarine outposts is not in the middle of an ocean, but rather in a lake in landlocked Idaho. Read more...

Infrared Search And Track Systems And The Future Of The US Fighter Force

Lockheed has a new modular sensor system for combat aircraft dubbed the "Legion Pod" that aims at plugging a major hole in US air warfare capability. It provides a bolt-on Infrared Search and Track (IRST) system for optically hunting down enemy aircraft, especially stealthy ones,

Alien's Ripley Is My Favorite Action Hero Ever

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Time to Flex Those Savings Muscles: Bowflex's Popular Dumbbells Are Back Under $200

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Instagram Won't Stop Showing Me the Mother's Day Photos I Don't Want to See

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Not all hot peppers are created equal, and few are as unequal as the Dragon’s Breath chili—a new breed that may soon find itself atop the “world’s hottest” throne. Forged by Wales horticulturalist Mike Smith, the red-orange,

Inside The Russian Bomber That’s Been Flying America’s Coastline

The Russian Tu-95/-142 Bear has been showing up in a lot of places it maybe shouldn’t be over the past month, as the Russian Air Force and Navy continues to probe the air defenses of several nations.

Federal Agents Are Now Using ‘Stingrays’ to Track and Capture Undocumented Immigrants

Controversial cellphone tracking technology is being deployed as a tool in President Donald Trump’s expanding effort to arrest and deport illegal US residents.Read more...

The Venom Movie Has Chosen Its Star/Symbiote Host: Tom Hardy

Variety is reporting that Tom Hardy, who played Bane in Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight Rises, will next play another iconic comic book villain, Venom. The frequent Spider-Man villain is getting his own film next year, which will be directed by Ruben Fleischer, who made Zombieland.Read more...

Here's What City Transit Looks Like When Everything Runs On Time

If you take public transit in a big city, especially New York City, you know the stresses of train delays. But in a perfect world, the flow of transportation is actually an elegantly coordinated system. A visualization called Travic, a collaboration between Geops and the University of Freidberg,

Our Electronics Are Messing Up How Birds Navigate

The air is thick with electromagnetic noise these days. AM radio waves, the electromagnetic hum of computers—it's invisible to us, but birds seem to detect them with their internal magnetic compass. A new study finds that electromagnetic noise disorients European robins,

Could This Curvy Screen Be the Front of the iPhone 6?

A new supposed iPhone 6 leak seems to support the return to a more curved design we've seen hinted at. And since it came from Sonny Dickson, a usually reliable source , it's worth considering this is a real possibility. Read more...

'The Knick' Teaser Gives Bloody Glimpse at Cinemax Medical Drama

Though director Steven Soderbergh — the mastermind behind Behind the Candelabra, Erin Brockovich, Traffic and Ocean's Eleven — is taking a break from film-making, he's been busy getting his hands dirty on a medical miniseries for Cinemax.The 10-episode drama, The Knick,

Privacy Vulnerabilities In Coursera, Including Exposed Student Email Addresses

An anonymous reader writes Coursera, the online education platform with over 9 million students, appears to have some serious privacy shortcomings. According to one of Stanford's instructors, 'any teacher can dump the entire user database, including over nine million names and email addresses.

Why Munich Will Stick With Linux

Jason Hibbets writes: "There are many solved problems in open source. Groupware is not one of them," Georg Greve, co-founder and CEO of Kolab System starts off his post highlighting recent features of the latest release of the Kolab groupware project.

Australian Police Leave Suitcase With 230 Kilograms of Explosives At Airport for Three Weeks

SYDNEY — A woman discovered an explosive device inside a suitcase left by Australian Federal Police at Sydney Airport.Following the discovery, the authorities admitted accidentally leaving the suitcase with 230 kilograms of plastic explosives at the airport for more than three weeks.

Online Creeps Inspire a Dating App That Hides Women's Pictures

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微软新广告:Surface Pro 3也要做“年终总结”

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Lumia930体验Win10早期版:更多尺寸磁贴

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Watch Me Defend Hunting On Dr. Drew

It’s counter-intuitive, but sport hunting as it’s practiced in the US is the most significant conservator of animals in the country. And some of that applies even if you’re murdering lions in Africa. Yesterday, I made that point on Dr. drew, amid much shouting.Read more...

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