News of the nuclear explosion at a military base in the far north of Russia trickled out slowly.
Meteorologist Ari Sarsalari reports officials are concerned that the sarcophagus covering nuclear material at Chernobyl in the Ukraine is on the verge of collapse.
U.S. Ambassador to Russia Jon Huntsman is returning home to Utah, where he is reportedly weighing another run for governor.
Robert Mueller testifies in front of the House intelligence and Judiciary Committee.
WASHINGTON – As tensions rise between Russia and Ukraine on the Black Sea, the US is upgrading several Ukrainian naval bases to give American and NATO warships the ability to dock just miles from Russia-controlled Crimea.
BRUSSELS – NATO military officials are exploring whether to upgrade their defenses to make them capable of shooting down newly deployed Russian intermediate-range nuclear missiles after a landmark arms treaty dissolves next month, according to three European officials.
The Joint Chiefs of Staff briefly published and then removed from public access a new edition of their official doctrine on the use of nuclear weapons. But a public copy was preserved. See Joint Publication 3-72, Nuclear Operations, June 11, 2019.
US joint chiefs of staff posted then removed paper that suggests nuclear weapons could ‘create conditions for decisive results’…
The primacy of Russia’s security state is beginning to crimp the global growth of the country’s information technology sector. That could foretell hard choices for the government over what it will prioritize.
NATO is again running Baltic Sea drills — but now, the exercise is headed by the US Navy’s 2nd Fleet, a key force during the Cold War era.