This week we look at the CIA's new China and Foreign Technology Mission Centers, and new information about losses sustained by the agency.
This week, we turn our attention to the question of longevity studies, and Silicon Valley's quest for Immortality.
This week, NASA makes some big announcements outlining its mission in the decades ahead, and talks about part of its core mission: seeking the unknown.
Welcome to this week’s installment of The Intelligence Brief… in this edition we’ll be looking at 1) The Debrief team’s recent appearance at the 30th annual International UFO Congress, 2) why Congress is looking at establishing a permanent office of...
Another concerning incident earlier this week on the International Space Station points to deeper problems for future operations in orbit.
This week, new details emerge about how Richard Branson's successful Virgin Galactic spaceflight in July almost wasn't... prompting an FAA investigation.
An incident aboard the ISS in recent days involving Russia’s Nauka module led to an unexpected spacecraft emergency.
The Pentagon is planning for extended military operations in the Pacific, in response to growing concerns about military threats from China.
This week we examine the recent passage of a bipartisan bill, the HAVANA Act of 2021, to aid victims of purported directed energy attacks.
This week's Intelligence Brief looks at Amazon Sidewalk, the retail giant's new data sharing program, and issues it has raised with relation to data privacy and transparency.
The U.S. Intelligence Community has been tasked with probing deeper into whether COVID-19 might have origins in a laboratory.
This week, The Intelligence Brief returns to the ever-timely analysis of the U.S. government’s investigation into unidentified aerial phenomena.
This week we look at the launch of a classified National Reconnaissance Office spy satellite on Monday, and what it means as the United Launch Alliance kicks off its 2021 launch season.
DARPA has awarded contracts for Phase One of its DRACO program; this week we analyze the heavy-hitting space companies it has chosen to create its future nuclear thermal propulsion systems.
Recent history repeats itself for SpaceX, whose issues with the FAA and other agencies endure following the latest crash of its Starship prototype.
What does the government know about unidentified aerial phenomena? This week, we look at what the latest statements from government officials suggests about this.
This week, we look at the recent crash landing of the SpaceX SN9 prototype, and why the FAA's response illustrates ongoing issues Elon Musk has with the agency.
This week's newsletter covers the inauguration of President Biden, his cabinet picks and defense strategy, and what the new administration's attitudes toward the UAP issue may be.
New details about the Christmas Day Nashville Bombing, UFO developments related to the military in 2020, and COVID stimulus checks for the deceased are all topics in this week's Intelligence Brief.
The U.S. Air Force is moving towards an “Internet of Things” on a military scale, and former CIA director John Brennan weighs in on the debate over UFOs in Navy videos.