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Fortunately, Collman Lloyd of South Carolina hadn't heard the word "marginal" before, so Santa lives on.
When the JLENS air surveillance blimp cut loose from its moorings in Maryland and crashed in central Pennsylvania last fall, it raised serious questions about the future of the $2.7 billion program.
The New York and Oslo meetings convey three powerful messages: What women's rights mean in different religious and cultural
NORAD has been monitoring Kris Kringle's Yuletide journey since 1955.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - In a scene reminiscent of a bad 80s film, "Ready for Hillary" banner ads overwhelmed government servers, resulting in a partial freeze of the U.S. government mainframe.
Over the past 59 years, NORAD has made countless improvements to its Santa tracking service to keep up with modern technology
Before Allied forces leave the house for the Middle East, hadn't they better remember some simple things like closing and locking doors and remembering which airport captured terrorists will be arriving at?
The United States and Russia are increasingly at odds over Ukraine, where Russian-backed separatists have been fighting for
The plane was owned by a company called New 51LG LLC, according to FlightAware.com and other online flight databases. That