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US plans test of defense system to shoot down an ICBM
As North Korea continues testing its missiles, US plans a test of its defense system to shoot down an ICBM
Leery of North Korea, US plans first test of ICBM intercept
Preparing for North Korea's growing threat, the Pentagon is planning a missile defense test next week that will target an intercontinental-range missile for the first time.
Pentagon to conduct first-ever ICBM intercept test
The Pentagon 's Missile Defense Agency will conduct its first-ever intercept test of an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) next week, a nod to the growing threat from North Korea. The test, scheduled for Tuesday, will involve launching an ICBM-class target from the Reagan Test Site on
Russian defense minister boasts about arms upgrade
Russia's defense minister says the military has received a steady flow of new weapons allowing it to maintain a "strategic parity" with NATO
A look at every North Korean missile test this year
North Korea has launched eight missile tests so far in 2017. Here's what to know about each of the tests that have already occurred this year. February 11 In February, North Korea successfully tested a land-based KN-15 missile, a new solid-fuel intermediate-range missile, which traveled 310 miles
The Latest: Trump gets royal treatment from Saudis.
President Donald Trump is getting the kind of royal treatment in Saudi Arabia that must be a welcome change from the tense atmosphere he left behind in Washington.
Saudis welcome Trump with gold medal, receive arms package
Trump presents Saudis with massive arms package as he enjoys royal welcome and high honors from US ally
Prospect of NAFTA rewrite gives US farmers a case of jitters WASHINGTON (AP) — A big majority of rural Americans backed Donald Trump's presidential bid, drawn to his calls to slash environmental rules, strengthen law enforcement and replace the federal health care law. But many are nervous about
US to announce $110 billion Saudi arms sale as Trump visits
U.S. officials say the Trump administration plans to announce $110 billion in advanced military equipment sales and training to Saudi Arabia this weekend as President Donald Trump visits the country