Lockheed Martin

Good news, bad news: jail for Oscar Pistorius and global warming for all

The NHL learns a lesson, Boko Haram seizes control, and other good or bad stories that caught our eye this week

The continuing tyranny of collective self-government

Note: You can still go to jail for not filling out the census

2012 on Parliament Hill: John Geddes sums up a year in 12 chapters

A search for coherence at the closing of the year

A clearer path for fighter jets, but a grim day for Peter MacKay

John Geddes explains why rebooting the plan is not as easy as pressing a button

An F-35 panel, great—but the hard decisions still loom

John Geddes on fresh starts and tough choices


How could you say no to this?

Spencer Ackerman collects the infomercials and music videos that are being used to sell the F-35.


The F-35: Not just costly but obsolete

To aviation nerds, the Joint Strike Fighter is looking more and more like an ugly mutt


How will we repel an imaginary Russian invasion?

The new F-35s will be state-of-the-art in every way except one.

At last, the job of my dreams

At last, the job of my dreams

Some boys yearned to be firefighters or astronauts—others aimed for the bacon

Hacker attack

Hacker attack

A rash of high-profile thefts reveals just how unsafe the Internet we depend on has become

The F-35 jet cost controversy: now we’re getting somewhere

Why will Canada’s jets cost less than Washington’s estimates?

The Commons: Would you let this man fly your plane?

It took Peter MacKay a mere three sentences to say something of a highly questionable nature