Could Attacks on Oil Tankers in the Persian Gulf Lead to Another War in the Middle East?
Tensions between the U.S. and Iran continue to escalate amid accusations that the Iranian government is behind the assaults on tankers transporting oil through the Gulf.
Viewfinder: A World War II Veteran Who Took Part in D-Day Is Buried at Arlington National Cemetery
Members of the United States Army's 3rd Infantry Regiment, "The Old Guard," carry the flag-draped casket of World War II Army veteran Carl Mann to his final resting place.
To Successfully Rebuild a City, Don't Forget the Culture
Culture is an overlooked element in rebuilding cities ravaged by disasters, war, and other forms of urban distress.
A Federal Judge Says It's Unconstitutional to Only Draft Men. Could the U.S. Start Drafting Women Into the Military?
Though the judge's ruling does not make a call to action, a federal commission is currently reviewing the possibility of expanding the Selective Service registration requirement to women.
Despite Record Spending, the U.S. Military Would Be at 'Grave Risk' in a War With Russia or China
How can a country that spends so much on its military be at such a disadvantage?
'The Government Is Constructing a New Generation of ISIS'
A year after the liberation of Mosul, Iraq's boys find themselves in a series of dead ends.
Viewfinder: Commemorating Fallen Soldiers During South Korea's 63rd Memorial Day
A South Korean woman touches the engraved name of her older brother who died during the Korean War at Seoul National Cemetery.
In Northern Syria, Residents Balk at Turkish Threats
A snap election in Turkey, announced earlier this month, briefly put residents of Northern Syria on edge ahead of a threatened incursion by Turkish forces. Now, it's back to life-as-usual.
Viewfinder: A World War II Remembrance in Saint Petersburg
People carry portraits of World War II soldiers during the immortal regiment march, in which Russia marks the 73rd anniversary of the Soviet Union's victory over Nazi Germany, in downtown Saint Petersburg on May 9th, 2018.
Which Cities Are Most Vulnerable to Climate Change Conflict?
As food and water sources become threatened by changing weather patterns, experts say these are the areas most susceptible to instability and bloodshed.
Viewfinder: Marching in Ukraine to Commemorate a Long-Ago Fight Against Russia
A mass march takes place in Kiev, Ukraine, on January 29th, 2018, to mark the 100th anniversary of a battle near the the small Ukrainian city of Kruty.
What a Doomsday Clock Represents in Troubled Times
The news hints that we are getting closer to Armageddon—but some say we are more peaceful now than in the past. How do we make sense of this contradiction?
The War in Afghanistan Might Not Be Effective—but, for Some, It's Profitable
For certain companies, there's a logic behind the call for more war: money.