The U.S. government is offering to help Mexican authorities locate and recover hazardous radioactive materials that were stolen on Monday from a southern municipality in Mexico, a State Department official confirmed on Friday.
Russian security officers raided the Moscow office of the opposition group Open Russia on Thursday while President Vladimir Putin answered questions during his annual call-in show.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Recent satellite images published on Thursday show China has made rapid progress in building an airstrip suitable for military use in contested territory in the South China Sea’s Spratly Islands and may be planning another, moves that have been greeted with concern in the United States and Asia.
UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) – Members of the United Nations Security Council teared up on Thursday when Syrian doctors showed a video of failed attempts to resuscitate three children after a chlorine gas attack in March, prompting renewed calls for accountability.
A recent Russian aerial intercept of an unarmed U.S. reconnaissance aircraft over Europe was “reckless and unprofessional,” the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said Thursday.
The Air Force confirmed this week that it is shuttering a vital airlift wing at Fort Bragg, N.C., that trains the Army’s airborne and special operations forces, prompting outrage from the state’s lawmakers.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A Florida man who caused a major security scare after landing a small helicopter on the west lawn of the U.S. capitol was charged with two criminal offenses and then released from U.S. custody on Thursday pending trial.
Russian military activities and strategic nuclear forces are returning to a Cold War-era posture, the commander of U.S. forces in the Pacific said Wednesday.
Despite nuclear saber-rattling by Moscow, U.S. nuclear forces are close to reaching warhead, missile, and bomber numerical cuts required under the 2010 New START arms treaty, a senior Pentagon official told Congress on Wednesday.