Thursday, September 19, 2019
The Washington Post article, "National Security Russian government hackers penetrated DNC, stole opposition research on Trump" from June 14, 2016, states that the hacking group known as Fancy Bear "broke into the network in late April and targeted the opposition research files. It was this breach that set off the alarm. The...
North Korea launched a missile
  A test-fire of new ground-to-ground medium long-range strategic ballistic rocket Hwasong-12 was successfully carried out on Sunday by scientists and technicians in the field of rocket research, who are bravely advancing toward a new goal to be proud of in the world, true to the far-sighted idea of Kim...
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Congress should sanction China operations due to synthetic opioid production and should also list all variants of synthetic opioids as weapons of mass destruction under the chemical and biological weapons convention. DEA now has offices in China to work with officials there and investigation trafficking patterns. Insight The United States consumes 85% of all...
Megan Eckstein | USNI USNI News polled its writers, naval analysts and service members on what they consider the most important military and maritime stories in 2016. With the Navy releasing a “Design for Maintaining Maritime Superiority” and the Marines releasing a Marine Corps Operational Concept in 2016 that both call for...
Privacy Policy
Amazon Fails To Follow, Much Less Lead in Privacy Best Practices, Facebook, Google, and Microsoft Fail to Promise They Will Stand Up to FBI Gag Orders San Francisco, California—While many technology companies continue to step up their privacy game by adopting best practices to protect sensitive customer information when the...
Sam LaGrone | USNI Russia could launch airstrikes from its carrier operating in the Eastern Mediterranean to targets in Syria sometime this week, a U.S. official told USNI News on Tuesday. Russian news site Gazeta.ru quoted an unnamed source in the ministry of defense that air and cruise missile strikes against...
USS Curtis Wilbur (DDG-54)
Sam LaGrone | USNI A historically small fleet and a relentless operational tempo are proving the Navy is too small to meet more than its bare minimum requirement around the world, Vice Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Bill Moran told a Senate panel on Wednesday. “We know we’re too small for...
A map of China’s shifting definition of the so-called Nine-Dash Line. US State Dept. Image John Grady | USNI A British geographer and journalist described China’s claims to large swaths of seas and land formations off its coast are based on 20th-century events — from the Boxer Rebellion to the defeat...
Sam LaGrone and Megan Eckstein | USNI The Navy released a new fleet plan that calls for 355 ships, outlining a massive increase in the size of its high-end large surface combatant and attack submarine fleets but a modest increase in its planned amphibious ship fleet, according to a Dec....

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