"The last time we spent 3% below [less than 3% of the GDP] was in 1940, 1998, 1999, and 2000," Graham told the U.S. Secretary of the Navy.
A Chinese research paper has reportedly outlined concerns about potential military uses of SpaceX's vast Starlink network.
"The situation in Ukraine has kind of affected the psyche of the people in East Asia, including Japan, about the possibility of contingency in this region," a Japanese official told Newsweek.
One political scientist told Newsweek that the president's gaffes do not compare with Donald Trump's but thought that some of Biden's recent remarks may be a cause for concern.
Newsweek dives into why Airbnb is closing its business in China. The company has officially announced it is shutting down operations in the country.
"I think anytime the president is rambling and incoherent, it endangers America and endangers our allies," Cruz told Newsweek.
"We could actually provoke a Chinese strike against Taiwan," an expert told Newsweek, "rather than deterring the attack.
Satellite images from a desert in Xinjiang show a missile target resembling an aircraft operated by the Japanese military.
The explosive data dump comes as the U.N.'s top human rights official makes a six-day trip to China to visit regions including Xinjiang.
The president has said U.S. policy on Taiwan hasn't changed despite stronger rhetoric during his trip to Asia.
The specificity of Biden's Tokyo comments clearly indicate he meant what he said.
A day earlier, the president seemed to pledge a military defense of Taiwan which broke with four decades of deliberate uncertainty about an American response.
A deep dive into Biden's economic strategy in the Indo-Pacific region, and what this means for U.S relations with China, and U.S relations internationally.
The Global Times said the U.S. is trying to soften its support of the One China Policy regarding Taiwan.
"Twice @POTUS has said America would defend Taiwan if invaded, and twice the White House has walked it back," GOP Senator Rick Scott tweeted.
White House officials have moved swiftly to clarify President's Biden's comments on topics including Taiwan, Putin and Ukraine.
The U.S. president said the sanctions on Russia serve as a warning to China about what would happen if it tries to take Taiwan by force.
The U.S. leader earlier said China was "flirting with danger" in its aggressive policy towards the self-governing island.
China has not ruled out using military force to achieve its ambitions with Taiwan, but the U.S. continues to support Taiwan's autonomy.
The proposed mission would involve a new planet-hunting telescope that would scan nearby stars for signs of Earth-like worlds.
"My message to the United States would be that Pakistan is ready to engage with the United States," Pakistani Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said.
"India has stepped up its game in crisis-hit Sri Lanka at a time when China has hesitated to provide debt relief," Overseas Development Institute's Ganeshan Wignaraja told Newsweek.
Taiwan is attempting to gain observer status in the WHO's World Health Assembly. It last participated in 2016, under a different government.
Yang Jiechi's message for Jake Sullivan included renewed warnings about the U.S.'s close ties with Taiwan, the Chinese Foreign Ministry said.
South Korean President Yoon's "priorities are very much in line with Biden's own," The Wilson Center's Sue Mi Terry told Newsweek.
The Chinese Foreign Ministry balked at recent comments by a senior U.S. Navy official who highlighted the importance of arming Taiwan with the right weapons.
People familiar with the investigation told The Wall Street Journal on Tuesday that the catastrophic plane crash in March was likely intentional.
The World Health Organization has confirmed that North Korea is one of only two nations in the world that has not begun a COVID-19 vaccination campaign.
China's central immigration authority has denied reports that passports were being "clipped" and green cards confiscated in order to curtail travel.