Eric Schlosser

Robert Kenner's new film, Command and Control, adapts this one episode reported in Eric Schlosser's eponymous, Pulitzer Prize finalist book. It's a documentary but, make no mistake, it feels every bit like the suspense story it is.
Eric Schlosser. Portrait by Leslie Hassler Schlosser:"There so much denial, a profound denial of this reality and these missiles
Kenner: Being able to shoot in an actual decommissioned Titan II missile silo. There's one 1980 type Titan II silo in the
"Whoops" is not a word that you want to hear around the most destructive weapons on earth. Unfortunately it happens more often than you would like to think.
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An article in Time magazine reported that in October 2013, the Pentagon requested approximately $10 billion in funding to update the country's B61 bombs. However, we had already developed a more advanced version of the B61: the B83. The problem? The B83 is much too destructive.
Just in time for Christmas, a story to share while snuggling around the fire (or space heater). Once upon a time, a beloved, wealthy young man walked away from his family, away from his riches, away from glittering worldly ways in search of truth and integrity.
The 5th Moscow Biennale, which closed October 20, saw Political Correctness rear its head beneath the Kremlin walls as feminist Belgian curator Catherine de Zegher turned the swanky Manège exhibition center into a Global Bazaar.
Tomorrow night on PBS, I sit down with famed investigative journalist Eric Schlosser about his new book Command and Control: Nuclear Weapons, the Damascus Accident and the Illusion of Safety.