Vladimir Putin’s Thursday speech about Russia’s new and “invincible” array of nuclear weapons accomplished many of its objectives. It provided a strong image for a politician heading into a presidential election on March 18. It declared Russia triumphant after years of economic turbulence and military stagnation.
A new intercontinental ballistic missile hailed by Russian President Vladimir Putin as being able to fly over the North or South Poles and strike any target in the world reportedly was test-launched for the second time Friday.
The United States defense establishment has not stopped ringing alarm bells on what they say are rising threats posed by Russia and China, and their warnings are prompting fear among members of Congress. Last week, US military officials and lawmakers highlighted hypersonic missiles as a particular area of concern.
A person was arrested Tuesday in connection with the series of packages containing explosive materials found at military bases in the greater Washington, D.C., area, a law enforcement official told Fox News. Authorities said earlier Tuesday they were honing in on a suspect in the case. No possible motive was immediately disclosed.
A nuclear attack threat from a North Korean submarine is one of the nightmare scenarios facing Japan and South Korea. The chilling thought of North Korea’s fully submersible submarines firing a nuclear ballistic missile isn’t as far-fetched as some might think.
The man linked to a series of deadly Austin package bombings called himself a “psychopath” in a recorded confession and said he had no remorse for the explosions that killed two people, a U.S. congressman said Saturday.
Dorothy from the “Wizard of Oz” would be forgiven if she set down in the Central Valley this week and told Toto “It looks like we’re still in Kansas.” The National Weather Service warned of isolated tornadoes and funnel clouds developing in the Sacramento area Thursday afternoon.
The 23-year-old man linked to the deadly bombings that rocked Austin, Texas, and surrounding areas over the past month had a target list of future locations he wanted to strike, the chairman of the House Committee on Homeland Security said Thursday.
America’s top nuclear commander described a grim scenario for U.S. forces facing off against a new breed of high-speed weapons that Russia and China are developing. “We don’t have any defense that could deny the employment of such a weapon against us,” Air Force Gen. John Hyten, commander of U.S.
A teenager wounded a girl and a boy inside his Maryland high school Tuesday before an armed school resource officer was able to intervene and the shooter was fatally wounded in the encounter, a sheriff said. St.