While it may have been a routine test of the LGM-30 Minuteman III, the timing of the nuclear deterrent launch has some observers concerned.
Despite a lagging economy, Moscow has boosted defense spending to come in just behind the U.S. and China.
Seoul has said it will not let its guard down and is watching the situation closely.
A Russian warship, armed with some of Moscow's most powerful missiles, was deployed to the eastern Mediterranean where two U.S. destroyers had launched strikes against Syria.
Five Latin American nations have expressed interest in buying Russian fighter jets used in Syria as Moscow makes military deals at an international arms show in Brazil.
Rejecting the use of marijuana to fight the U.S. opioid epidemic, Sessions suggested stronger criminal enforcement, treatment options and prevention methods.
Trump says he "would be surprised" if forces are "uncontrolled" but unsure.
War of words erupts ahead of a referendum on refugees in the Eastern European state.
Spain faces a third straight general election in December.
Sexo Seno Kurdi tells Newsweek of his trauma a year after losing his daughter and grandchildren.
International community was "not tough enough" on Moscow.
The German Chancellor is not yet on course for disaster in the 2017 elections.