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9 photos of Russia’s new stealth frigate, a small warship that’s much better armed than the US Navy’s LCS
The Russian Navy will receive a new stealth frigate in late July. The ship does appear to be well-armed — especially as compared to the US Navy's littoral combat ships, a class of small surface combatants that has also struggled with delays and propulsion problems.
With nuclear weapons, like the kind Russia and China want on their hypersonics, accuracy doesn't matter. But the US wants hypersonics for precision-strike missiles, and it may have just acquired some technical secrets about how to train a missile raging at mach 10 to hit a target.
America’s intelligence chief found out during a live interview that Trump wanted to bring Putin to Washington: ‘OK … That’s go...
Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats on Thursday seemed quite surprised to learn the White House is working to bring Russian President Vladimir Putin to Washington this fall.
Trump clapped back at his critics and said he was "far tougher on Russia" than his predecessors
Two of President Donald Trump's top intelligence officials hinted within 24 hours of each other that they've considered resigning from their positions.
Coming on the heels of President Donald Trump's controversial meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsini, the White House on Thursday said discussions are "underway" to have the Russian leader visit Washington DC in the fall.
The Senate on Thursday voted unanimously (98-0) in favor of a resolution expressing Congress's opposition to the US government allowing Russia to question US officials.
Russian President Vladimir Putin bragged in March that these new nuclear weapons render make US missile defenses useless. Now the Russian Ministry of Defense has released videos of the weapons, of which experts remain highly skeptical.
Trump is getting slammed from the left and right for considering Putin’s request to turn over a former US ambassador for questioning
President Donald Trump is facing a growing chorus of criticism for considering Russian President Vladimir Putin's request for a former US ambassador to be turned over for questioning.
Homeland Security chief Nielsen said she believes Russia interfered in the US election, but questioned whether it really tried to help Trump
Homeland Security chief Kirstjen Nielsen on Thursday said she agreed with the US intelligence community's assessment Russia interfered in the US presidential election but questioned whether the Kremlin did so to further President Donald Trump's chances of winning.