- NASAWhile in Poland,
President Obama defended his decision to trade prisoners with
the Taliban in order to secure the release of a soldier captured in
Afghanistan, saying that it's what happens when wars wind down.
Bowe Bergdahl, however, was never listed as a prisoner of war.
Obama will also meet with Ukraine's president elect,
Petro Poroshenko, while in Poland.
Michael Rogers, the new head of the National Security Agency,
says whistleblower Edward Snowden is probably not a Russian
- According to contract documents, the
Secret Service is purchasing software that can detect sarcasm
on the Internet. Great idea guys!
- The results of the Mississippi Republican Senate primary,
between the six-term senator
Thad Cochrane and Chris McDaniel, a Tea Party challenger,
remain too close to call.
- Former Egyptian army chief
Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi won the presidential election with 96
percent of the vote, according to the country's electoral
- NASA released a new panorama composite photo of the universe
taken by the
Hubble Space Telescope that includes ultraviolet light for the
- The pharmacologist who helped popularize MDMA,
Alexander Shulgin, is dead at 88.
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