A self-proclaimed "right to life" Brooklyn man told a female U.S. Senator he was "going to put a bullet" in her for criticizing President Donald Trump, federal prosecutors allege.
One man was arrested Tuesday afternoon after an apparent explosive device detonated outside the embassy compound.
U.S. air presence over the Black Sea angered Moscow.
President Vladimir Putin has ordered over a dozen regiments to finish upgrading their Topol missile systems this year, among other military updates.
The death of the Austin bombing suspect did little to tamp down concerns of racial bias in the media coverage of his attacks.
The 25-minute recording was discovered by police after a search of the bomber's body.
When he was arrested, a handwritten journal was found that contained positive references to bin Laden and Anwar al-Awlaki, a former senior leader of Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula,
The Sokil drone system is a success, Ukraine's National Security and Defense Council announced, saying the next step is deploying the kit to the battlefield.
Russia's military flights over the Baltic have forced NATO to regularly scramble planes.
Kronstadt Group estimates it will take five years to produce the heavy aircraft to be used for civilian, as well as military, purposes.
A Russian jet tried to intimidate a NATO jet while attempting to escort the Russian defense minister's plane in international airspace, state news agencies claim.
A crowd of Russian aircraft, including Tu-160 supersonic bombers, had three air forces tracking them.
American forces are currently deployed to the region for a series of exercises with NATO allies.
Russian jets often fly near NATO territory, prompting scrambles. How is it able to make these reconnaissance flights?
Mumtaz Qadri killed Salman Taseer in 2011 for criticizing Pakistan's strict blasphemy laws.
The car bomb attack also injures around 50 people, days after Somalia elected a new president.
The incursion lasted around a minute, Estonia's armed forces reported.
Three bombers reportedly flew under a civilian aircraft with their transponders switched off.