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NATO concerned Russian missile system breaks Cold War pact
NATO says it is concerned about a Russian missile system that could carry nuclear warheads and believes it violates a landmark Cold War arms treaty
NATO prolongs chief Stoltenberg's term for 2 more years
NATO is giving Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg two more years as head of the world's biggest military alliance
Putin says IS suffers 'complete defeat' in eastern Syria
Russian President Vladimir Putin says the Islamic State group has suffered a "complete defeat" in eastern Syria at the hands of Syrian troops and Kurdish-led forces, both supported by Moscow
Russia won't heed US request to break ties with North Korea, Lavrov says
Russia’s foreign minister Sergey Lavrov has rejected a U.S. call to cut ties with North Korea. He said the U.S. appears to be provoking Pyongyang, one day after President Donald Trump promised to impose fresh sanctions on the country in the wake of its newest missile launch. Russia looked
The Note: Democrats can't blame Trump for mess in their own house
The TAKE with Rick Klein President Donald Trump started things down this slope. He famously bragged on the "Access Hollywood" tape (yes, it was him) that "when you're a star they let you do it," and even now is standing by Roy Moore on the grounds that "he totally denies it." But that doesn't leave
Trump travels to Vietnam and shakes hands with Putin
The president says Putin said he "absolutely did not meddle" in the US election in 2016.
President Trump in Vietnam amid regional tensions
Donald Trump arrives in Vietnam to attend the APEC international economic summit.
OPINION: To thwart North Korean hackers , hold China and Russia accountable
As President Trump travels throughout Asia this week and seeks ways to contain North Korea, the administration should consider a strategy that would hold accountable those countries that are enabling North Korean cyber thievery operations. Cyber gangs with code names like Hidden Cobra and the
McCain threatens to subpoena Trump's cybersecurity czar after he skips hacking hearing
A clearly frustrated, bipartisan panel of senators today threatened to subpoena the Trump administration’s cyber czar, demanding to know how the White House plans to address "the disarray" that has embodied the U.S. government's response to cyber threats from Russia and other adversaries. "Do you
Russian who says he helped meddle in US election studied hit show 'House of Cards'
Russian "trolls" working for a company that allegedly used fake social-media accounts to try to influence U.S. voters in the 2016 election were required to watch the political thriller TV show "House of Cards" to increase their understanding of American politics, according to an interview broadcast