A data graphic appears to show China outpacing the U.S. on its military spending by hundreds of billions of dollars, causing some confusion on social media.
The phrase "there's no there there" is not new to the political arena. It's a defense that's been used by Democrats and Republicans, including Donald Trump.
McCarthy told reporters after the 13th speaker vote that he believes lawmakers will "finish this once and for all" when the House reconvenes Friday night.
Russian President Vladimir Putin thanked military leaders for the "unique weapon."
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said forces needed "more modern weapons" for what he says as a "decisive" period in the war against Russia.
"One of the hardest things to do in any industry is to train the workers who can do manufacturing," an expert said. "Once you lose that capacity, it's gone."
The U.S. is finalizing plans to send the sophisticated air defense system to Ukraine to help fight Russian aggression.
Let's start with the main perceived threat—Russian's military mobilization, use of the latest weapons, and the Kremlin's conversion of its entire economy to a wartime footing.
Lockheed Martin is developing an American variant of a new Israeli missile system that Ukraine previously requested to bolster its defense against Russia.
Officials have said Russia is running low on missiles, equipment and drones more than nine months into Putin's war in Ukraine.
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While experts disagree as to whether Putin's claims are indicative of plans to detonate a dirty bomb himself, they agree it's part of his broader war strategy.
Newsweek has reaction to last night's Florida Senate debate between Marco Rubio and Val Demings.
"He is elated. He is joyful. He is still processing this," Syed's defense attorney Erica Suter told Newsweek.
German Defense Minister Christine Lambrecht said Monday's attacks emphasize how important it is for Ukraine's allies to supply their latest military technology.
"While I still assess the use of nuclear weapons remains very low, it's not zero as many have written," retired Lieutenant General Robert Ashley told Newsweek.
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Federal elected officials from both major parties have abandoned fiscal responsibility principles and have become addicted to recurring deficits and mounting debt burdens. Through their actions they have put our nation's future economic and national security at risk to the tune of $31 trillion, owed to lenders both domestic—and foreign.
"The waiver is just," U.S. Army Col. Yevgeny Vindman told Newsweek, "given the impact on my career and retaliation I experienced from the Trump White House."
The JR-15, which was introduced earlier this year, is a small semi-automatic assault weapon modeled after the larger AR-15 and marketed to children.
A top Biden administration official has explained how the U.S. plans to contain Chinese aggression in the Pacific in coordination with American allies.
The global security and aerospace company cited HIMARS as one of the missile systems "primarily attributable" for its second-quarter profit boost.
The U.S. Air Force chief of staff, Gen. Charles Q. Brown Jr., said there were a "number of different platforms that could go to Ukraine."
"It doesn't make sense that we should rely on folks like China and others for our own national security interests," Republican Senator Joni Ernst told Newsweek.
The war in Ukraine has laid out what is needed to win on today's battlefield in stark terms: sophisticated, precise, and long-range weaponry, as well as the ability to keep soldiers in the field supplied with enough of that weaponry to offset wartime expenditures.
U.S. officials are still watching for what they believe could be North Korea's first nuclear test in five years.
Moscow's assault on Kyiv has added urgency to NATO's long-standing defense plans, which had been stalled for years.
Taiwan was alarmed by the remarks of Gen. Wei Fenghe over the weekend after China's defense minister said his country would "fight to the very end."
U.S. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin also accused China of "provocative and destabilizing military activity" at a conference in Singapore.