Murder in America Part 1: How cops may have caught the most prolific serial killer in US history at a homeless shelter

Back in 2012, police arrived at a Kentucky homeless shelter to arrest a relatively unassuming-looking middle-aged man. Samuel Little was no stranger to run-ins with the law — having been previously arrested for crimes ranging from shoplifting to fraud — so he offered no resistance as local police turned him over to California law enforcement, […]

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The future of flight is small, and companies like Qualcomm are helping to make drones smaller

It’s easy to look at a product like Lockheed Martin’s F-35 and say “Lockheed manufactures that aircraft,” which would be a true statement. However, much of the “manufacturing” the company does is actually “assembly” of a collection of parts manufactured by other, smaller companies. Despite the importance of these firms, not many people know much […]

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Retired General Stan McChrystal Says Trump’s ‘Disturbing’ Rhetoric Erodes The Military’s Trust In Its Commander-In-Chief

Editor’s Note: This article originally appeared on Business Insider. In an interview with ABC News Thursday, retired Army Gen. Stanley McChrystal questioned President Donald Trump’s leadership, saying the president’s criticism of former military leaders is “deeply disturbing.” Jonathan Karl, chief White House correspondent for the network, asked McChrystal about Trump’s most recent critique of Bill McRaven, the […]

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