Why is Lloyd’s of London Insuring American Guns?
The iconic British insurance market is good at pooling risk. But critics fear the policies it underwrites could fuel gun violence.
Tillerson Open to Talks With North Korea
U.S. Secretary of State says he'll talk "until the first bomb drops," redoubling a diplomatic effort to defuse the threat of a nuclear showdown.
Congress Weighs Threat of Moscow Wielding the Energy Weapon
The “mere threat of a cutoff gives Russia political leverage” over Europe.
U.N. Panel Finds Evidence of Iranian Hardware in Yemeni Rebels’ Missile. And American.
Investigation into weapon’s origins yields clues, but no smoking gun.
Trump to Announce Recognition of Jerusalem
The administration risks riling the region to fulfill a campaign promise.
Pentagon Has No Plans to Lift Freeze on Funds for Pakistan
Even after the Pentagon chief’s visit to Islamabad, the two sides remain at an impasse.
GOP Senator Presses Trump Administration Over Deadly Saudi Blockade in Yemen
Sen. Todd Young is holding up a key State Department confirmation until the White House helps ease the humanitarian catastrophe in Yemen.
In Return to Cold War Posture, U.S. Sending Sub-Hunting Planes to Iceland
NATO and the United States are confronting years of neglect of their submarine-detecting capabilities, while Russia has pulled even.
Trump Boycotts U.N. Migration Talks
The White House’s ‘America First’ policymakers see little gain in setting the global rules for migration.
Mike Flynn Pleads Guilty to Lying to FBI, Is Cooperating on Russia Probe
The former national security adviser was asked by Trump team officials to make contact with the Russians.
Rexit: Secretary of State Tillerson Could Soon Get the Boot
Reports suggest Trump is mulling replacing the embattled secretary of state with CIA head Pompeo, and putting Sen. Tom Cotton at CIA.
A Key Intelligence Advisory Board Has No Members
President Trump’s antipathy toward the intel community extends to the Intelligence Advisory Board.
Feds Quietly Reveal Chinese State-Backed Hacking Operation
Prosecutors say Chinese hackers from a mysterious cybersecurity firm stole corporate secrets from three big firms.
North Korea Launches Biggest ICBM Yet, Despite U.S. Sanctions
A record-setting missile launch sends a signal that U.S. pressure is not deterring Pyongyang from its single-minded goal.
This Beijing-Linked Billionaire Is Funding Policy Research at Washington’s Most Influential Institutions
The Chinese Communist Party is quietly reshaping public opinion and policy abroad.
Army Looks To Replace $6 Billion Battlefield Network After Finding It Vulnerable
Hailed as a transformation in battlefield communications, the WIN-T program can’t stand up to foes versed in sophisticated electronic warfare.
Can the Trump Administration Help an Israeli Held by Hamas?
The family says it’s not about politics. But might politics help them?
Is a Deal in the Works for Turkish Businessman Implicated in Iran Sanctions Case?
With jury selection scheduled for Monday, Reza Zarrab is MIA.
How Jared Kushner’s Newspaper Became a Favorite Outlet for WikiLeaks Election Hacks
The New York Observer, owned by Trump’s son-in-law, was a friendly outlet for the 2016 Russian hackers.
Navy Is Still Searching For A Plan To Reach A 355-Ship Fleet
It’s been over a year since Trump promised dozens more warships.