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Opinion: Weaknesses in Russia's military revealed, writes Petraeus

Retired Gen. David Petraeus, who commanded US forces in the Iraq and Afghanistan wars, says the Russians are facing a Ukraine military that is exceptionally determined, surprisingly capable and innovative, and one that is fighting on its home territory for its very survival.

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Opinion: I am struggling to reconcile how Champlain Towers South could have partially fallen

When sunrise paints the skyline of downtown Miami in hues of gold, blue, orange and pink, the light sliding across the buildings, highlights more than just a dazzling display of architectural design. Many of these buildings are also a triumph of innovative structural technology. They are a testament to the dual nature of coastal, tropical Florida: long stretches of pristine sand and placid surf that are regularly transformed by violent, often deadly storms.

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Defense secretary lays out vision of future in first major speech

In his first major policy speech, Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin laid out a vision of warfare starkly different from how "the last of the old wars" of the past two decades were fought, urging the military to move toward a faster, more innovative approach capable of acting at the "speed of war."

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China is poised to become a dominant space power. Here's how the US can stay ahead

China has a good chance of becoming the dominant space power in the 21st century, and it's not just looking to copy NASA on the way to the top. Instead, the country is paying close attention to what innovative US companies like SpaceX are doing as well. To get ahead in space, communism is learning from capitalism.

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Opinion: There are innovative legal ways to get the Electoral College to reflect the popular vote

The Electoral College officially votes Monday, which will finalize President-elect Joe Biden's win over outgoing President Donald Trump. But with two of our past six presidential elections going to candidates who lost the popular vote -- George W. Bush in 2000 and Trump in 2016 -- the Electoral College has increasingly become a source of controversy. While it is exceedingly unlikely that we will abolish the Electoral College altogether, there are legal options that could minimize its impact and create a system that hews more closely to the national popular vote in determining winners of future presidential elections.

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