After INF Treaty’s Demise, U.S. Seeks Funds for Missile Tests

U.S. expected to test ground-launched cruise missile in next few weeks

National flags of Russia and U.S. fly at Vnukovo International Airport in MoscowWASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States is no longer prohibited from having ground-launched intermediate-range missiles after pulling out of an arms control treaty with Russia on Friday, but funds to test and develop the missiles may soon run out, officials say.

McConnell: I Share Obama’s Position on Reparations

'We both oppose reparations, and we both are the descendants of slaveholders'

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R., Ky.) said Tuesday he and former President Barack Obama had the same position on reparations: Both descendants of slaveholders, they also both opposed the notion of reparations.

Va. Governor Calls for Special Gun-Control Session

ATF says it can't release info on shooter's silencer

Gov. Ralph NorthamVirginia's governor Ralph Northam (D.) called for a special session of the state legislature in order to take up a collection of gun-control proposals mostly unrelated to last week's attack in Virginia Beach where 12 people were murdered. He has yet to specify when the session will take place.