After being confirmed as the 70th Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo hit the ground running -- the tarmac, more specifically. Immediately after he was sworn in by Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito -- a man he admires and a fellow Italian-American, Pompeo said -- the former CIA Director went to Joint
President Vladimir Putin says that the Russian military will start receiving new nuclear weapons in the coming years
The U.S. and its allies are "still assessing the intelligence" needed to prove the Assad regime conducted a recent alleged chemical attack in Syria , U.S. Defense Secretary James Mattis said Wednesday. When asked if he had seen enough evidence to blame Syrian President Bashar al-Assad for last
Russia’s military on Friday said it had successfully carried out a second test launch of its most advanced nuclear-capable intercontinental ballistic missile. The country’s defense ministry released a video showing what it said was the launch of a RS-28 ‘Sarmat’ missile from a base in Plesetsk in
A barrage of missiles fired by Yemen’s Houthi rebels fell on targets in Saudi Arabia late Sunday evening, killing one person in Riyadh and wounding two, according to Saudi Press Agency, the state-run news agency. This week marked the third anniversary of the Saudi kingdom’s participation in the war
In his remarks, the president said there is a lot to be unhappy about and vowed to "never sign another bill like this again" but cast his final decision in terms of homeland security.
The former deputy national security adviser to President Barack Obama said Sunday that he has spoken to his former boss about the potential meeting between North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and President Donald Trump , and Obama is rooting for the meeting’s success. “I think the nation should be
The Kremlin denied Friday that Russian president Vladimir Putin ’s claims that Russia has tested a new generation of nuclear weapons were intended to start a renewed arms race with the United States. "The president said this should absolutely not be seen as the beginning of an arms race,” Putin’s
Russian President Vladimir Putin said he has "invincible" nuclear weapons that would make missile defenses "useless."