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Russia NATO War: Moscow Deploys Nuclear Missiles In Europe, Subsonic Weapons At Sea
A top U.S. military official accused Russia of breaking its commitment to a decades-old arms treaty Wednesday by deploying a new land-based, nuclear-capable cruise missile in Europe. The remarks came days after the Russian military announced it was arming its nuclear submarine fleet with new supersonic cruise missiles to modernize its naval forces.
U.S. weighs deploying up to 1,000 'reserve' troops for IS fight
U.S. President Donald Trump's administration is weighing a deployment of up to 1,000 American soldiers to Kuwait to serve as a reserve force in the fight against Islamic State as U.S.-backed fighters accelerate the offensive in Syria and Iraq, U.S. officials told Reuters.
ISIS In India: Islamic State Terror Strikes As Father Refuses 'Traitor' Son's Body
The father of a young man suspected of being involved in a train blast allegedly conducted on behalf of the Islamic State group, also known as ISIS, refused Wednesday to accept his son's body in the latest instance of India's struggle to contain jihadist militant activity.
IBM to build quantum computers, selling machines millions of times faster than anything made before
IBM has taken its first step towards selling computers that are millions of times faster than the one you're reading this on.
Iran test-fires missiles, harasses U.S., British ships in Strait of Hormuz
Fast-moving Iranian vessels forced a U.S. Navy surveillance ship to change course in the Strait of Hormuz last week, U.S. officials said.
Iran's leader, military spend billions on terror and weapons, Iranian dissidents report
Iran has spent up to $100 billion the last five years financing operations in Syria that were instrumental in keeping President Bashar Assad in power, according to a new book on the hard-line Islamic theocracy's vast business holdings and wealth.
US general says Russia has deployed banned missile
The U.S. military for the first time is publicly accusing Russia of deploying a land-based cruise missile in violation of a Cold War-era nuclear arms treaty.
Arab League to resist embassies moving to Jerusalem
Arab League foreign ministers adopted a resolution Tuesday against any attempt to move diplomatic missions to Jerusalem, following Donald Trump's presidential campaign pledge to move the American embassy in Israel.
Netanyahu, Trump 'speak at length' about the Iranian threat
U.S. President Donald Trump and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spoke on the phone Monday and discussed the danger posed by Iran.
The Wikileaks CIA Disclosure: A Warning for Israel's Intelligence Agencies
We shouldn't have been surprised this week when tens of thousands of CIA documents were released, revealing the organization's cyber warfare methods and its operations to break into and attack computers and smart phones. Even the fact that a Samsung refrigerator can be used as a listening device that records voices in its vicinity is not new. The Korean company itself issued a warning saying as much to its customers more than a year ago.
Inside the United States
NSA Whistleblower Backs Trump Up on Wiretap Claims
President Donald Trump is 'absolutely right' to claim he was wiretapped and monitored, a former NSA official claimed Monday, adding that the administration risks falling victim to further leaks if it continues to run afoul of the intelligence community.
WikiLeaks' reveal of CIA hacking trove has feds on mole hunt
A day after WikiLeaks released what it alleged to be the 'entire hacking capacity of the CIA,' the focus Wednesday began shifting to just who gave the stunning surveillance information to the anti-secrecy website.
'Day Without a Woman' supporters got $246M from Soros
Billionaire George Soros gave $246 million to groups behind Wednesday's 'Day Without a Woman' protest, according to a report by a conservative think tank.
US Senators Ask FBI, DOJ for any Evidence of Trump Wiretap
Two senior members of the Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday asked the FBI and Justice Department for any information they have on President Donald Trump's claim that his predecessor Barack Obama ordered wiretaps of him during last year's presidential campaign.
Edward Snowden says WikiLeaks' CIA documents look legit
Documents released by WikiLeaks alleging the CIA's ability to compromise and commandeer the world's most popular electronic devices appear to be authentic examples of its vast but 'reckless' hacking prowess, former NSA contractor Edward Snowden said Tuesday.
Obamacare Repeal Update: Planned Parenthood Defunded Under Republicans' American Healthcare Act
House Republicans unveiled the replace part of their effort to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, lifting penalties against those who don't buy health insurance, replacing subsidies with tax credits and defunding Planned Parenthood.
Egypt Coptic Father and Son Killed in Sinai
The bodies of two murdered Coptic men were found on 22 February in the city of Al-Arish in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula, the latest in a series of sectarian killings since 31 January.
Christian groups launch TV series defending Israel
A partnership of Christians groups have collaborated to create a series called 'Why Israel Matters,' which intends to set the record straight on Israel and the Jewish state.