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Online Career TipsThree Trends Business Leaders Cannot Overlook in 2018

To make up for rung-less ladders and the challenges of disengagement, smart businesses are creating new career paths and opportunities by rethinking ownership.


In Public SafetyHow Drones Can Aid Firefighters in Complex Emergencies

By Matthew Clark

Firefighters must contend with devastating natural disasters and other complex emergency situations. How can drones aid in their response and what do fire leaders need to consider when establishing a drone program?


In Homeland SecurityState Elections Officials Fret Over Cybersecurity Threats
State elections officials said Saturday that they want more information from federal officials to ensure they are protected from cybersecurity threats.

In Homeland SecurityStudents Across US Walk Out Of Class To Protest Gun Violence
In a wave of demonstrations reaching from Arizona to Maine, students at dozens of U.S. high schools walked out of class Wednesday to protest gun violence.

In Homeland SecurityElection Meddling Is Nothing New in Russian-US Relations
With all of their interference with U.S. political affairs, we should not be surprised that the Russians were involved in meddling in the 2016 elections.

In Homeland SecurityAfter the Winter Olympics, Will We See a Further Thaw in Korea's North-South Relations?
After the Olympics, is it possible for South Korea to unilaterally cancel its major military exercises with the U.S. in the interest of world peace?

In MilitarySyria's Rubik's Cube: Everyone Plays With Slippery Fingers
Making sense of Syria is like solving a Rubik’s Cube with greasy hands. So let us isolate a limited number of perspectives and follow their permutations.

In MilitaryMattis Upguns Infantry: Task Force To Invest Over $1B
Defense Secretary Jim Mattis, a former Marine Corps rifle platoon leader, wants better technology and training to keep frontline foot troops alive.

In MilitaryUS prepares to evacuate civilians in case of war on Korean peninsula: report
The US military is working on continued improvements to its operation plan to evacuate American civilians in case of a war on the Korean Peninsula, Voice of America reported Wednesday.

In MilitaryGermany won't become the 'leader of the free world' after all, and the Germans don't mind
One of German Chancellor Angela Merkel's most distinctive character traits has been caution. For years, it served her well and helped her sideline rivals and other rising stars.

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