For over a decade Russia has been talking about developing "weapons based on new physical principles." An idea that apparently has its origins in the belief of UFOs.
Since U.S. personnel working in Cuba began to experience health issues, officials have tried to identify what is causing “Havana Syndrome.”
Decades ago, the Soviet Union admitted it spent decades blasting the U.S. Embassy in Moscow with mysterious rays later dubbed the "Moscow Signal".
This week, as the Senate passes a defense bill that significantly increases the Pentagon's budget, we analyze some of its key provisions, and historic implications.
New incidents involving “Havana Syndrome” have been ongoing, according to officials who say additional cases have occurred on a nearly weekly basis.
Americans have been left wondering whether information the U.S. government is collecting on UFO incidents will be provided to scientists for independent evaluation.
This week we examine the recent passage of a bipartisan bill, the HAVANA Act of 2021, to aid victims of purported directed energy attacks.
A third suspected case of “Havana Syndrome” may have occurred on U.S. soil, igniting concerns that more attacks could occur.
Directed energy attacks may have occurred in Washington DC and elsewhere on American soil, according to sources familiar with the incidents.
MXene can absorb and reflect EM waves, and researchers claim it can keep spies and diplomats safe from microwave attacks, dubbed "Havana Syndrome."
Mysterious illnesses that occurred at U.S. Embassies in Cuba and China may have been pulsed microwave weapons, a new study says.