Civil rights advocates attacked the attorney general’s speech, saying his Justice Department is working ‘to tear down’ hard-fought protections for minorities.
The exclusion of Russia and China limits the ability of a Vancouver summit to reach broad agreements.
B-52s, B-1Bs and B-2s are all currently based in Guam.
The frightening mistake, not corrected for 38 minutes, was attributed to an employee’s errant push of a button.
Smaller nuclear warheads are necessary due to the "deterioration of the strategic environment," the document said.
The hack targeted banks, energy firms, senior government officials and an airport as Ukraine wages war against separatists aligned with the Kremlin.
The spear-phishing attempts involved websites meant to look like the email system available only to people using the Senate’s internal computer network.
The U.S. military is a kaleidoscope of cultures, races and religions, with units pulling together to meet common goals under occasionally brutal circumstances.
'We take these allegations very seriously,' a senior U.S. military official said Thursday.
The action on behalf of 11 men asserts that ongoing imprisonment violates U.S. and international law.
Fictitious planes aside, the defense relationship between the U.S. and Norway is growing.
The bat-winged B-2 can drop nuclear weapons and a relatively new conventional bomb known as the Massive Ordnance Penetrator.
Command Sgt. Maj. John Wayne Troxell traveled to Syria twice last year.
Ryan K. Dickey was involved in the prosecution of the hacker “Guccifer,” who accessed the accounts of U.S. political figures.
The Trump administration says it’s cracking down on businesses that hire illegal workers.