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US sailors recover a suspected Chinese high-altitude surveillance balloon that was downed by the United States over US territorial waters off the coast of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, on February 5, 2023.
(U.S. Fleet Forces/U.S. Navy/Reuters)

Chinese spy balloon was able to transmit information back to Beijing

Natasha Bertrand, CNN April 3, 2023

CNN– The Chinese spy balloon that transited the US earlier this year was able to capture imagery and collect some signals intelligence from US military sites, a source familiar with the matter tells...

What we know about the unidentified object shot down over Alaska

Haley Britzky, CNN February 11, 2023

CNN -- An unidentified object was shot down 10 miles off the frozen coast of Alaska on Friday afternoon, US officials announced, but details about the object are scarce. It marked the second time US...

Biden says shoot down of ‘high-altitude object’ over Alaska was a ‘success’

Betsy Klein and Maegan Vazquez, CNN February 10, 2023

CNN— President Joe Biden told CNN that the shoot down a “high-altitude object” hovering over Alaska on Friday “was a success,” shortly after American national security officials disclosed...

Junior U.S. Senator from Vermont and Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders speaks to supporters at Baldwin Wallace University on Thursday, Feb. 25, 2016.

Sanders wins 3 states; Clinton retains big delegate lead

Lisa Lerer, Associated Press March 27, 2016

Bernie Sanders scored three wins in Western caucus contests, giving a powerful psychological boost to his supporters but doing little to move him closer to securing the Democratic nomination.While results...

Guest Column: Climate change refugees

Los Angeles Times February 7, 2016

In the small town of Newtok, Alaska, a Yupik village of about 350 people, children once played on endless fields of frozen permafrost. Now, they splash in salt water pools and teeter on boardwalks as the...

Matt Poe

Opinion: Columbus Day must remain, needs viewed differently

Matt Poe October 13, 2015

Columbus Day is one of those holidays that doesn’t feel like a holiday. Banks are closed and some school districts acknowledge the day by not holding classes. Aside from this, the typical American doesn’t...

Guest column: The Arctic isn’t saved yet

Los Angeles Times October 6, 2015

It's tempting to think of the latest oil-drilling news as a victory: Royal Dutch Shell PLC announced that it was ending its barely begun operations in the Arctic seas off Alaska because its first exploration...

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