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North Korea has a criticism of U.S. President Donald Trump he probably wasn't expecting: He's too much like Barack Obama.
The House Oversight Committee has asked for documents regarding former Trump adviser Michael Flynn's foreign contacts with Russia, Turkey and others.
Press Secretary Sean Spicer says the president will "reaffirm our strong commitment to NATO."
An envoy said the country would pursue "acceleration" of its nuclear and missile programs.
Lockheed Martin's CEO says NATO members are starting to "step up their own defense spending."
The Taiwanese president has announced plans for the country to build its own submarines.
U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson plans to skip a NATO meeting for a U.S. visit by the Chinese president.
President Donald Trump must clarify the reasons behind his perceived "bromance" with Russia President Vladimir Putin, William Cohen says.
Former U.S. Defense Secretary William Cohen talks about the cloud hanging over the Trump administration when it comes to the nature of its “bromance” with President Putin.
North Korea's threat cannot be resolved until there's a change in direction or a regime change, former US Defense Secretary William Cohen says.
William Cohen, former U.S. defense secretary, says Kim Jong-un remains set on developing nuclear missiles.
Max Baucus, former U.S. ambassador to China, says the options have been on the table for a long time but it remains to be seen what will be done.
Harry J. Kazianis of the Center for the National Interest says to expect more rigorous missile testing from North Korea in the months ahead.
President Donald Trump says Germany owes "vast sums of money" to NATO and the U.S. "must be paid more" for providing defense.
Allegations that British spy agency snooped on Donald Trump during his election campaign are "arrant nonsense," the deputy head of the NSA said.
Even with a bigger defense budget the U.S. military could end up being less prepared, a former Marine Corps officer said.
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