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FBI says Texas naval base shooting is 'terrorism-related'

A shooting at a Texas naval air station that wounded a sailor and left the gunman dead early Thursday was being investigated as “terrorism-related,” the FBI said, but divulged few details as to why.

The Open Skies Treaty Keeps America And Russia Honest About Their Weapons. Donald Trump Just Canceled It

The administration of U.S. President Donald Trump has announced it will pull the United States out of a key arms-verification treaty. The move could undermine U.S. national security, experts warned.

Russia Warplanes Reported In Libya After Local Proxy Loses Key Airbase

Both rival factions in Libya’s six-year-old civil war claim Russia has transferred six MiG-29 fighters and two Su-24 attack jets to support the Libyan National Army in its fight against the Government of National Accord, which is militarily supported by Turkey.

Senate Confirms Navy Secretary Who Pledged To Fix Its 'Tarnished Culture'

The Senate on Thursday confirmed Kenneth Braithwaite to be Secretary of the Navy—a bid to install permanent and stable leadership to the military branch that saw its last two leaders step down amid scandals in recent months.

US envoy working to resuscitate flagging Afghan peace deal

The first visit to Kabul by Washington’s peace envoy since Afghanistan's squabbling political leadership reached a power-sharing agreement comes amid increased violence blamed mostly on an Islamic State affiliate that has been targeted in stepped-up U.S. bombing.

From Missiles To Deadly Viruses: Iron Dome Architects Develop Innovative Defenses Against COVID-19

Since its establishment in 1948, Israel has been constantly under attack. Wars on all fronts, terror attacks in the streets, persistent missile fire and uncountable other threats have left it with no other option but to build an effective response.