China's foreign vice minister, Le Yucheng, said the U.S. continued to represent the strongest, most powerful nation in the world, but that the country was suffering from an idealogical perspective.
Russia's Defense Ministry said it fired warning shots at HMS Defender off the coast of Crimea, which the U.K. has denied.
Though politicians are quick to speak on behalf of members of the U.S. military to justify their warmaking, the evidence shows that support for withdrawal is actually higher among veterans than in the general public.
Jensen's lawyer, Christopher M. Davis, claims that "Doug Jensen became a victim of numerous conspiracy theories that were being fed to him over the internet by a number of very clever people, who were uniquely equipped with slight, if any, moral or social consciousness."
The plane, featuring the largest wingspan ever seen on an aircraft, took off from a spaceport in the Mojave Desert, for a flight lasting more than three hours.
"Our bodies remain not ours. They're seen as either something that we can be shamed for or something that can be used as boasting rights or bragging rights by men in sexual conquests," Hill said.
With today's economic uncertainty, bad aerospace and defense mergers would increase anxiety and harm our security. It is time to put the American people first.
Australia said it will invest $1 billion into building its own guided missiles, amid increasing aggression from China and global supply chain insecurity brought forth by the coronavirus pandemic.
"We all saw what happened, we know what happened, and we can't let that happen again," the Missouri senator said Sunday.
"I won't be distracted by this partisan, Republican recall—but I will fight it," Newsom declared Monday.
The case for prudence is obvious, but the measures that have been taken are not optimal or especially effective.
Trump's defense team claims that House impeachment managers "abdicated" their responsibility to investigate the Capitol riot to the media.
Senator Doug Jones, the Alabama Democrat who stunningly won a seat in the conservative state three years ago, will miss the final votes of his short term because his wife has tested positive for COVID-19.
The recent tests were a clear message to Iran and its Lebanese proxy, Hezbollah.
The president also took issue with a provision that would rename 10 Confederate Army installations within three years.
The U.S. is pushing to deploy hypersonic missiles across its service branches to maintain its military edge on rivals including Russia and China.
A offensive-oriented cyber warfare strategy is reckless.
We are already engaged in a very real cyber war. We must recognize and confront reality.
The decision from the Pentagon to close the paper down comes shortly after a "Military Times" poll that showed Trump's popularity with the troops has declined.
Congress must quickly fix an alarming disparity.
The rollout of a ballistic missile defense system designed to detect potential threats from countries like North Korea has been delayed due to concerns caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
"The bill provides nothing to address the long lines at foodbanks...but we can shore up the defense industry?" said Democratic Vermont Sen. Patrick Leahy.
An amendment proposed by the Senate majority whip would allow the U.S. Army to buy Turkey's Russian-made S-400 defense system.
President Donald Trump's former arms control secretary told Newsweek that nuclear arms talks between the countries "need to happen."
It was first reported by the Associated Press that two of the officials wounded in the attack were Iraqi troops. A spokesperson later confirmed three coalition troops were also wounded.
A U.S. military veteran confronted Florida Republican Rep. Matt Gaetz in Congress Tuesday demanding answers for his impeachment defenses of President Donald Trump.