A member of Russia's lower house of parliament said a secret U.S. "climate weapon" is responsible for unusually warm temperatures this season.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said in 2018 that the Avangard hypersonic missile is "invulnerable to intercept."
A 1989 study found that FBI recruits were unable to differentiate between fake weapons and actual firearms in real time.
Each year, some 70,000 people in the U.S. survive being shot.
The 1976 Arms Export Control Act gives the president the authority to control the flow of weapons out of U.S. borders.
Gorbachev signed several pivotal anti-nuclear proliferation agreements with the U.S. during his time as the last leader of the Soviet Union.
Some 50 U.S. warheads are believed to be deployed at the Incirlik air base in southern Turkey, but reports this weekend suggested officials were reviewing plans for their removal.
The study quantifies just how catastrophic and wide-reaching a nuclear conflict between the two nations would be.
Alt-right activist Kyle "Based Stickman" Chapman, who is known for carrying a stick and allegedly hitting political opponents, was given a five year felony probation term by a California judge on Wednesday.
The U.S. has been sending military aid to Ukraine to help its forces battle Russian-backed separatists in the east of the country.
Victor Cha was nominated to become Trump's ambassador to South Korea but was dropped after warning the White House against a pre-emptive strike on the North.
The explosion killed at least five people and is believed to have involved a new nuclear-powered cruise missile.
The latest test is sure to increase tensions as Pyongyang and Washington attempt to restart talks on denuclearization and sanctions relief.
Javad Zarif hit out at the U.S., claiming Iran has only built a potent military because America is arming its rivals.
Police in the north of the country arrested three men suspected of trying to sell the French-made missile.
The State Department last week approved a $2.2 billion weapons deal with Taiwan prompting condemnation from Beijing.
Turkey's purchase of the Russian anti-aircraft system has opened up a rift with the U.S., which fears the deal could compromise American military secrets.
Earlier this week the State Department approved a $2.2 billion military package for Taiwan, prompting Chinese condemnation.
The RS-28 Sarmat is reportedly able to carry a nuclear payload capable of destroying an area the size of Texas.
"While these types of firearms are legal and easily obtainable in other countries, they are illegal here in Scotland and across the U.K. Buying them can land you in jail," a top law enforcement chief said.
U.S. military officials have warned that America is lagging behind China and Russia in hypersonic weapons development.
"Russia probably is not adhering to its nuclear-testing moratorium," Lieutenant General Robert Ashley said.
China warned that a "certain major country has withdrawn from one international treaty and mechanism after another while building up its own nuclear and missile power."
"I'll leave that for you to decide," acting Secretary of Defense Patrick Shanahan told Fox News, failing to confirm or deny Russian involvement in North Korea's weapons programs.
"By testing ballistic missiles this month, both the U.S. and North Korea risk blowing up the delicate progress that has been achieved to date through diplomacy," Rick Wayman of the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation said.
President Donald Trump was set to leave the Arms Trade Treaty, but the U.S. has reportedly acted above international law for years in murky weapons sales around the world.
Turkey said its purchase of the S-400 defense system was "a done deal" as China and India also signed purchase agreements. Saudi Arabia and Qatar were among those looking to buy it as well.