Monthly Archives: July 2018

Russia Shows Off “Doomsday” Torpedo

Just days after a summit between Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump, Russia shows off its newest weapon. The high-speed nuclear-powered torpedo isn’t like other nuclear weapons. Though there is a risk of radioactivity any time an atom is split, nuclear weapons have typically used nuclear

West Point Makes History

West Point has appointed its first African-American superintendent. On Monday morning, Lt. Gen. Darryl A. Williams kicked off his first day as the academy’s 60th superintendent with an assumption of command ceremony. He succeeds Lt. Gen. Robert L. Caslen, who had held the position since 2013.

U.S. Ambassador to Estonia to Resign

This will be the third U.S. ambassador to resign in 2018. In a private Facebook message that was shared with NBC News, U.S. Ambassador James D. Melville Jr. says he will retire on July 29. Melville wrote, “A Foreign Service Officers DNA is programmed to

Fourth of July Plot Foiled

Authorities announced Monday a man had been arrested for planning a terrorist attack in Cleveland. The man, Demetrius Nathaniel Pitts, was taken into custody Sunday and has been charged with attempting to provide material support to a foreign terrorist organization. Pitts, who used the name Abdur