President Donald Trump shocked the world by ordering a missile strike in Syria. Not everyone thinks the American military action was justified.
While the prospect of war in space is hardly new (think Reagan-era "Star Wars"), the three powers are known to be developing and testing controversial new capabilities with terrifying implications -- despite their denial of such work.
The Russian president used the opening of Patriot Park to announce a dramatic expansion of the country’s nuclear arsenal.
A horrible video is circulating on social media, of a Palestinian father in Gaza who is bringing a toy to his 4-year-old son, only to find once he enters his home that his son’s head has been crushed by Israeli shrapnel. That is the face of Israel’s current military operation against Gaza to the outside world.
Is anyone else disgusted by the propaganda trick of trying to get Americans to sympathize with Israel’s massive attack on the civilian habitations of Gaza by saying, “If the U.S. was subjected to rocket fire by X [usually Mexicans], what would it do?”
If Iran ever has the capability to lob a nuclear missile at the U.S., the Pentagon is "very confident" the missile interceptors already in place would foil such an attack. Said interceptors don’t always work, but the military is still upbeat about our chances.
The UN Security Council condemned North Korea for carrying out an underground nuclear test on Monday Pyongyang responded by test-launching two short-range missiles, after which the US ambassador to the U, Susan Rice, said the actions were "clearly provocative" and that North Korea will "pay a price" for them.
The United States has agreed to a request from Israel to expedite a shipment of precision munitions.