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On Aug. 18, at 2:30 p.m. Pacific Daylight Time, the Defense Department conducted a flight test of a conventionally configured ground-launched cruise missile at San Nicolas Island, Calif.

The US just entered a great-power arms race in a big way — and Russia and China are panicking

The US just tested its first post-INF Treaty missile, and Russia and China are both worried and warning that the US is igniting a new arms race.

It looks like the Russians are trying to hide the truth about that nuclear accident in Nyonoksa

Evidence is mounting that Russia may be covering up a tragic nuclear accident after a mysterious blast killed seven at a military-weapons testing site.
On Aug. 18, at 2:30 p.m. Pacific Daylight Time, the Defense Department conducted a flight test of a conventionally configured ground-launched cruise missile at San Nicolas Island, Calif.

The US fired off a previously banned missile, the first since the collapse of a Cold War-era nuclear-arms pact with Russia

The new missile flew more than 500 km in a West Coast test, exceeding the limits of the now defunct INF Treaty. The US wants them to confront China.
Russian President Vladimir Putin attends the Navy Day parade in Saint Petersburg

Russia told residents living near the site of last week’s failed missile test to evacuate but then mysteriously canceled the order

Local residents living near the test site were told to evacuate for unspecified military activities, but then the order was canceled hours later.

South Korea warns North Korea is readying more tests after threatening to nuke the Pacific

"The North will carry out additional nuclear tests and continue to push for the development of miniaturized, diversified nuclear warheads."

North Korea fires another missile, less than 2 weeks after nuclear bomb test

South Korean military officials said the missile was fired from near Pyongyang, North Korea's capital.

North Korea is expected to launch an ICBM at full range on Saturday — here’s how it could go down

North Korea firing a ballistic missile thousands of miles across the globe could have disastrous consequences if not executed properly.

If North Korea wants a reliable ICBM, it’s going to have to fire one towards somebody

"The bottom line is if they want to have high reliability and understand that it’s reliable, they’re going to have to launch a missile on a flatter trajectory."

Watch the video of North Korea’s last ICBM crashing down in the ocean that has experts split

"Did the RV break up? Or did it simply enter an area of low-lying cloud or fog?"

North Korea just showed it had a missile that can hit the US — here’s what happens next

So now that North Korea has sent a message to the US on its independence day that it's at risk of being nuked by Kim Jong Un, what changes?