Hong Kong has experienced its 16th consecutive weekend of protests as activists seek to force the Beijing-backed government to offer further democratic concessions.
Sergey Shoigu said Russia will focus on weapons to level the playing field against overwhelming U.S. force.
The former secretary of state called on the White House to release the transcript of the suspect phone call, calling it the only way to discover the truth.
Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova also suggested the U.S. strategy in the Middle East is collapsing.
Kim Myong Gil said Friday he welcomed Trump's suggestion that a "new method" could achieve success in talks between Washington and Pyongyang.
The White House has been considering how to respond to the weekend's attacks on Saudi oil infrastructure, which both Washington and Riyadh are blaming on Iran.
Tendai Muswere, 26, claimed he was planning to use the weapons as props in a sci-fi film he was preparing to shoot.
More than 1,300 protesters have been arrested since the unrest began, and a new report has shed light on accusations of cruel and unusual punishment of detainees by police.
Retired Admiral William McRaven said the president's team must draw on their expertise to provide Trump with a range of options to respond to the attacks on Saudi Arabia.
Neal Katyal suggested that the White House and Department of Justice are "contorting themselves backwards to try to hide this."
Retired Admiral William McRaven said the U.S. must recognize that its military superiority over China is at risk of disappearing.
Two-time Senator Bob Kerrey says Trump's anti-environmentalism is a defining trait of the president.
General Joseph Dunford said that the new NATO strategy adopted in May was part of the alliance's response to the growing Russian threat.
The black Mercedes smashed through the high-rise apartment building's lobby doors at around 9 p.m. on Tuesday.
An editorial in the state-run China Daily said Beijing would not allow the U.S. to interfere in what it called its "internal affairs."
Dan Smith of the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute suggested nuclear weapon development was continuing despite rapprochement with the U.S.
"These contradictory remarks are either a sign of their confused policies or is a trick to confuse the other side," Ali Khamenei said Tuesday.
The Houthis have claimed responsibility for Saturday's attack, but the U.S. has suggested that Iran is ultimately to blame.
Anders Fogh Rasmussen told Newsweek that despite Trump's public condemnation, increased U.S. activity has helped the alliance become stronger than it was at the start of the president's term.
"I don't like the man at all," 79-year-old Alice Mackay—related to the president through his mother's family—said.
Kassy Dillon said that "results are more important than rhetoric" and that Trump's achievements to date mean he will keep her vote in 2020.
The weekend strike on the Saudi Abqaiq facility appears to have dashed any hopes of a detente between Washington and Tehran.
Hamad bin Jassim bin Jabor al-Thani said Iranians won't crack under American economic pressure, and will look to play the long game instead.
Sauli Niinistö also warned that the rules-based liberal world order is "crumbling before our eyes," and required global cooperation to save it.
Volodymyr Zelensky also thanked the U.S. for its continued support, noting he hoped to visit the White House soon for a meeting with Trump.
"We have a president who seems to not want to hear anything other than 'yes,'" Susan Rice told MSNBC.
Netanyahu made his pledge on Tuesday in a bid to win over right-wing voters ahead of next week's election, which is expected to be close.
Trump announced Bolton's departure on Twitter on Tuesday, saying he had disagreed with "many" of his adviser's suggestions.
The official, since named by Russian media, had reportedly been supplying intelligence to the U.S. for decades.
The man managed to keep himself afloat using two bits of plastic foam, surviving until the Russian vessel picked him up near the coast.