Articles by Jim Wolf



Boeing Floats New Shield Plan

  • 21 August 09
  • Reuters
The company says its proposed mobile missile could calm RussiaТs missile defense jitters.

Missile Maker Offers Fix to Shield Dispute

  • 20 August 09
  • Reuters
Raytheon, the worldТs biggest missile maker, is developing a new system that could help resolve a U.S.-Russian deadlock over Bush-era plans to extend into Europe the U.S. shield against ballistic missiles.

F-35 Warplane Project Makes First Test Flight

  • 18 December 06
  • Reuters
The costliest-ever international warplane project, the F-35 Lightning 2 Joint Strike Fighter, safely completed its first test flight Friday, advancing a $276.5 billion program financed by the United States and eight other countries.

Northrop in $2.1Bln Deal to Buy Newport

  • 10 November 01
  • Reuters
Northrop Grumman Corp. said Thursday it had signed a definitive $2.1 billion deal to buy Newport News Shipbuilding Inc., winning a six-month war with General Dynamics Corp. for control of the submarine and aircraft-carrier builder.

Massood's Death Was An Unlikely Coincidence

  • 24 September 01
  • Reuters
U.S. intelligence officials stated they believe the recently-slain leader of Afghan rebels fighting the ruling Taliban was probably killed by Osama bin Laden's associates.

U.S. Runs Test of ABM Defense

  • 16 July 01
  • Reuters
The U.S. Defense Department shot down a mock warhead over the Pacific Ocean late Saturday in a successful test of a controversial anti-ballistic missile defense.

U.S. Official: Russians Working on Cyber War

  • 25 June 01
  • Reuters
A U.S. intelligence official told Congress that some nations are developing cyber attacking techniques.

Ex-KGB, CIA Spooks Join to Fight Cyber-Spies

  • 23 May 01
  • Reuters
A former head of KGB code-scrambling and an ex-director of the CIA rolled out Monday what they called a revolutionary way of hiding Internet communications from prying eyes.

Cyber Cop Cites Y2K Tampering

Russia Cutting Corners in Y2K Nuclear Readiness, U.S. Says

Many Nations Fail to Provide Y2K Preparation Info Online

Russian Satellite Comes Back With Sharpest Space Pictures

Report: Russian Crime Threatens West

CIA Chefs Serve Up Top Secret Recipes

Clinton Fuzzy on Fund-Raising Calls

Clinton Lawyer Offers Settlement, No Apology

Former CIA Officer Nicholson Pleads Guilty to Spy Charges

Cuba Expels U.S. Diplomat for Spying

U.S. Arrests 13 Militia Members In Phoenix

Ex-CIA Director Colby Missing

Soros Takes Radio Archives

Clinton Poised to Lift Vietnam Trade Embargo