Tattoos may be something of a coming-of-age ritual for millenial youth, but those aspiring to military careers had better watch out: tough new restrictions on service members' tattoos are now only a signature away.
It was a simple electronic switch that prevented a nuclear disaster 260 times worse than Hiroshima from happening in the United States nearly 52 years ago, a newly declassified document shows.
The incident happened over Goldsboro, North Carolina, when a B-52 bomber lost fuel and began plummeting to earth.
President Barack Obama addressed the nation Tuesday night on the alleged use of chemical weapons in Syria, as his administration pursues a diplomatic proposal that may put any military action against the war-torn country on hold.
BEIRUT, Lebanon — All evidence in an independent investigation of the horrific chemical weapons attack in Damascus on Aug. 21 points to the Syrian government, according to a report released Tuesday by Human Rights Watch.
European Union foreign ministers urge a "clear and strong response" to Syria's alleged chemical attack, but want the US to wait until UN inspectors issue their findings before striking the Assad regime.