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As companies like SpaceX aggressively seek to drive down the cost of space access, new opportunities—and new threats—are emerging in orbit.
In 25 years, military robots will operate with more freedom and begin to think for themselves.
Technology is important for an aircraft the U.S. and its allies hope will be the backbone of air defense for the next half century.
It's Frank Kendall's job to write checks for programs that will shape U.S. defense forces for the next quarter century.
If enormous heat deep in Iceland's volcanoes can be harnessed for geothermal energy, it may exported to Europe one day.
As technology makes it easier for people to produce and store energy on-site, more people may say goodbye to their utility companies.
Renewable energy will come of age in 25 years. On the horizon: harnessing solar power from space an offshore wind farms.
A U.S.-backed Syrian force said Saturday that it has liberated the last area held by the Islamic State group in the eastern Syrian village of Baghouz, declaring victory over the extremists and the end of their self-declared caliphate.
One U.S. intelligence report assesses that the Burevestnik missile will not be combat-ready for another decade, despite Putin's claim that the "invincible" weapon has a proven capability.
Nearly 20 Russian missiles that the U.S. is currently unable to defend against were recently moved to a military testing site, according to people who have direct knowledge of American intelligence reports.