The president also thanked his security services for keeping Russia's new generation of weapons secret.
The "spiral of human bones" included adolescents, a toddler and an infant.
The Portland could test and indefinitely sail with the next-generation laser weapon bolted onto it.
Neolithic women have not been given enough credit, researchers said.
The Russian leader said military production and services must be able to spike on snap orders.
The Russian leader announced the closure of Russia's last chemical arms facility.
Turkey boasts the second largest army in NATO but its government is growing ever closer to Russia.
Kurt Volker blames the conflict in eastern Ukraine on Russia.
A handful of drone manufacturers are trying to entice Russia's military with designs that could fall under its 2020 modernization program.
Russia's upcoming nearby drill has been described as a "simulation" for an attack on its Baltic neighbors.
Poland has long called for U.S. backing in deterring Moscow, and Russian missiles are set to arrive near its border.
Armed, masked men in the mining region set up the vigilante group and formed a roadblock in response to extortion and kidnappings.
Record-keeping was poor for the U.S. Army arms transfers in Iraq and Kuwait, the government audit obtained by Amnesty International says.
The arms package the U,S. is selling could surpass more than $300 billion over a decade to help Saudi Arabia boost its defensive capabilities.
Its manufacturer aims to make it capable of taking down a target at an altitude of 100km.
Russia's lack of jamming capabilities means they are developing a shrapnel weapon likely to be fired from vehicles.
Moscow has a message for the world: hands off the North Pole.
Every missile system Russia deploys is capable of defeating America's missile defense systems.
Its payload, range and navigation benefits explained.
Rights groups say the move sends a dangerous signal.
Officials say 14 percent increase helped by "increased security challenges" in Europe.
The president wants to boost defense spending and gut funding for other agencies.
President-elect also tells The Times of London he's eager to complete a trade deal with the U.K.
Pyongyang's main newspaper said Barack Obama's "strategic patience" had not paid off.