US intelligence officials have said the Saudi leader personally ordered the killing of Kashoggi, a US resident
Western intelligence agencies spied on India to amass evidence of its alleged plot to assassinate a dissident on Canadian soil, according to a new report.
US President Joe Biden has sparked further concerns about his age after he repeated the same anecdote within minutes during a speech.
Biden agrees to give Kyiv ATACMS long-range missiles as Zelensky visits Canada
‘Regardless of the country, we will stand up and defend our basic principles’
Children are allegedly being sexually abused on a remote Filipino island at the hands of a doomsday cult headed by a leader who claims to be a reincarnation of Jesus.
Poland will not send any new weapons to Ukraine, its prime minister has said, in the first major blow to Kyiv’s military pipeline from a major ally.
The ex-Trump aide, who aims to appeal his contempt of Congress conviction, said the former president has "been a rock on this."
Today on Ukraine: The Latest, we bring you updates from the battlefront, analyse events this week in New York at the UN and discuss a rather unique story of Ukraine asking a major Western nation to stop sending tanks.
Trump says Congress ‘must defund all aspects of Crooked Joe Biden’s weaponized Government that refuses to close the Border, and treats half the Country as Enemies of the State’
STORY: This is the moment two Lockheed Martin F-35A fighter jets landed on a highway for the first time, seen in footage shot by the Norwegian military.Military officials hailed the development as a step that would increase survivability during conflict by reducing vulnerable time spent on the ground.The two Royal Norwegian Air Force aircraft landed in Tervo, in central Finland, on Thursday (September 21) afternoon as part of a military exercise.Immediately after landing, refueling was carried out with the engines running, known as "hotpit refueling," before the planes took off again.Finland, which joined NATO in April, shares a 810 mile border with Russia. The Nordic nation plans to buy 64 F-35 fighter jets from Lockheed Martin.Though this was a first for the F-35A, the F-35B fighter jets are able to land vertically, and have landed on roads before. F-16s are also able to land on roads.
The U.S. Commerce Department on Friday is issuing final rules to prevent semiconductor manufacturing subsidies from being used by China and other countries deemed to pose American national security concerns. The regulation is the final hurdle before the Biden administration can begin awarding $39 billion in subsidies for semiconductor production. The landmark "Chips and Science" law provides $52.7 billion for U.S. semiconductor production, research and workforce development.
China will not stand by idly if the German government decides to restrict the use of components from Chinese firms such as Huawei and ZTE <000063.SZ> in its 5G network, the Chinese embassy in Berlin said on Thursday. Germany's interior ministry has proposed forcing telecoms operators to curb their use of equipment made by China's Huawei and ZTE after a review highlighted Germany's reliance on the two Chinese suppliers, according to a government official.
Christie prepped Trump for presidential debates in both 2016 and 2020.
Many social media users thought the controversial congresswoman really whiffed it with her latest insult towards the president.
A diplomatic crisis bogging down Ottawa and New Delhi highlights Canada's lack of "seriousness" on national security as foreign countries interfere on the North American nation’s soil, according to several experts.National security expert and former senior Canadian intelligence official Michel Juneau-Katsuya believes that Canada now finds itself "at a crossroads."
What are the assets seized in additional investigative operations into the money-laundering case? Here's the list.
‘It doesn’t in any way shock me that this happened and no-one in the Trump White House hierarchy did anything about this at the time,’ Alyssa Farah Griffin says
Trump has healthy lead in second state to vote, ahead of Ramaswamy, Haley, Christie and flailing Florida governor
Democratic chair of powerful Senate Foreign Relations Committee is subject of lengthy federal probe