Russia Provides Syria With Advanced Missiles
Antiship cruise missiles could make it more difficult for the United States and its allies to impose a naval embargo, establish a no-fly zone or carry out airstrikes in support of Syria’s rebels.
India Ink: Long Journey to College, but I Was Never Alone
In the beginning, my dream of attending college in the United States with limited funds seemed to be just that: a dream. However, I am grateful to have had friends and family who were always supportive.
Dredge Contract Awarded to Handle Bigger Ships at Miami's Port
The United States Army Corps of Engineers awarded a $180 million contract to dredge Miami's harbor to an Illinois-based company on Thursday, part of a plan to deepen the port channel to handle larger ships coming through the expanded Panama Canal in 2015.
Pentagon 'Rewrites Constitution' Affirming Endless War
The United States is truly engaged in an endless war.
Maryland governor signs tough gun control law
Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley on Thursday signed into law one of the United States' toughest gun control measures, even as opponents vowed to overturn it.