Following the successful touchdown of NASA and Boeing’s new CST-100 Starliner spacecraft, we’ll be looking at what vehicles like Starliner may be able to provide to future orbital operations even beyond the ISS.
A recent study has linked the consumption of blueberries with lower risks of dementia as well as prediabetes.
Russian intelligence is using smartphone games to turn children into unwitting spies to help locate Ukrainian military and strategic installations.
The United States Navy is investing in a record-breaking drone that can stay aloft without refueling for up to ten days. Most U.S. military branches use the MQ-9 Reaper drone for long-duration reconnaissance missions since it can stay on target...
Artificial intelligence, or AI, is helping to better preserve the past, and connect it to the present. From composing symphonies...
Fierce competition for satellite parking spots in orbit is pointing to an increasingly complex future for space operations.
While some scientists worry about contacting ET, others doubt we’ll hear anything back (at least any time soon).
In an exclusive feature, this is the insane and previously untold story of a group of Russian cops who tried to storm the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv by themselves.
The long-awaited documentary about a 1994 UFO sighting by students at the Ariel School in Zimbabwe is an emotional journey worth taking.
There is no standard definition of intelligence. From book smarts to street smarts, the definition of intelligence varies from person...
In this installment of The Intelligence Brief, we’ll be looking at key points - and several surprises - that were touched on during Tuesday's Congressional hearings on UAP.
In the aftermath of Congressional hearing on UAP, it is clear governments and scientists must work together to determine their nature.
The complete transcript, including full-resolution versions of the videos shown at the historic Congressional hearing on Unidentified Aerial Phenomena.
Join The Debrief for live coverage of the C3 Subcommittee Hearing on Unidentified Aerial Phenomena on May 17, 2022 at 9 AM ET.
In moment rarely seen on Russian TV, retired Russian Colonel, Mikhail Khodaryonok, offered a brutally honest assessment of Russia's current situation since launching the invasion of Ukraine.
A leading scientific group engaged in the study of unidentified aerial phenomena is urging members of Congress to approach military witnesses with a number of specific questions during a House Panel on the subject, to be held on Tuesday.
Using ultrasound waves, researchers at Carnegie Melon University are beginning to make virtual reality more lifelike.
Researchers from MIT have developed a portable desalination device that can help with the global water shortage.
Separatist fighters from the so-called Luhansk People’s Republic (LNR) were apparently abandoned by commanders and then detained by Russian border...
There are different effects that spaceflight can have on the human body. From more exposure to radiation to changing sleep cycles, traveling in space significantly impacts human functions and overall health. In a recent study, scientists from NASA and the...
New science reveals how reversing hearing loss could become more accessible - and affordable - in the years ahead.
The Debrief reached out to the DOD to learn the latest about its UAP investigative group, the AOIMSG, and its coordination with Congress on the U.S. government's ongoing UAP investigations.
In recent days, DNI Avril Haines provided concerning new details on intelligence assessments about Russia’s long game in Ukraine.
Warp drive pioneer Dr. Harold G “Sonny” White has released a new video animation about the future of advanced propulsion systems.
Is Fictosexuality is on the rise? Thanks to one Japanese man and his recent wedding, it is becoming a more popular movement than you'd think.
On Monday, a senior official from the U.S. Defense Department said Russia’s military continues to struggle with low morale, and...
The Ukraine bill, which adds $7 billion to the initial request for aid from President Biden, saw urging from DOD officials earlier this week.
Whether it’s a matching shirt or necklace, or our favorite video games, we love to share physical objects with our close friends. The psychological benefits of gift-giving are very powerful and help individuals connect and solidify relationships with others. Recently,...
Navy personnel who witnessed a 2004 incident involving UAP seen from aboard the USS Ronald Reagan have now come forward with details about their striking encounter.
Researchers exploring the evolutionary origins of music have found that the process of the brain recognizing melodies is older than expected.
Researchers at Stanford University have found that one of the causes for zoom fatigue is staring at oneself all day.
Do you have a defiant curiosity for the mysterious and a yearning to investigate “Unidentified Aerial Phenomena” (UAP), more commonly known as UFOs? If so, the Office of the U.S Director for National Intelligence (ODNI) might have had the perfect...
A new study shows that those who have paranormal beliefs display “differences or deficits” in cognitive function. No specific pattern...
In yet another clue that the origin of all life may be extraterrestrial, NASA says it has found all pieces of DNA and RNA inside meteorites.
New research from the University of New Mexico reveals a curious fact: psychopaths don't move their heads while talking.
New research from the University of Texas reveals that rudeness can be used as a cover for something even more concerning in the workplace.
New research suggests that sound waves may provide promising results as a novel form of treatment for cancer.
Permanent displacement between Earth and the Moon is detectable by the Lunar Ranging laser system, which monitors the Earth-Moon separation by measuring steadily the roundtrip travel time of light to the Moon.
With the cost of prescription drugs in the billions each year for the U.S., scientists are turning to marijuana to help lower the drug usage.