The Amphibious Rapid Deployment Brigade held a ceremony as the threat from China is said to be growing.
Russia, Iran and Syria suspect that the U.S. is trying to split Syria and the region as a whole in order to take advantage of the unrest.
The Interior Ministry of Turkey said security forces and the military arrested up to 4,698 in the past week.
A 16-year-old was arrested for possession of a pipe bomb and other weapons after making threats to kill students online.
"Trump has the reputation of being ignorant and impulsive," a Norwegian professor said.
The U.S.'s highest-ranking enlisted soldier said the coalition would beat ISIS fighters to death with shovels if they didn't give up.
More than 20 people died in a week of protests in Iran, and Moscow's support for the regime's "nefarious designs" is a problem, the White House's top security adviser said.
The secretary of state summed up the administration's diplomatic track record over a year where he seemed at cross purposes with Trump on North Korea.
Threatening to cut off countries for disagreeing with U.S. stance on Jerusalem "is beyond outrageous" for the president, John Brennan says.
The EU cannot afford to become indifferent to threats to the rule of law among its members.
The official death count from the government is 64.
The move is a sharp change of tack from the Obama administration.
The drill will help authorities practice their response to a terrorist threat in the middle of Moscow.
Russia's Foreign Ministry has vowed to "surprise" Washington if Kremlin-funded outlets are blocked and accused Twitter of being beholden to the U.S. security agencies.
A majority of Americans see North Korea as a more immediate threat than ISIS or Russia, but they do not see eye-to-eye with the White House's strategy.
Puerto Rican families are draining savings accounts, running out of resources and healthcare professionals warn that deaths on the island will only increase.
The president can take action against an actual or imminent threat, but none exists so far, according to the New York City Bar Association.
The fliers criticized the removal of Confederate flags monuments as a sign that people do not "respect the white majority of America."
The cyber threat to the U.S. from China is mostly one of "rampant" espionage.
But authorities say they can't predict exactly when the blast will happen.