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A joint statement at the end of a Southeast Asian regional defense forum has been scrapped amid a U.S.-China spat over the South China Sea.
The market may not be prepared for a geopolitical event, says Ron Insana. Is it time to play defense in your portfolio?
China's island-building program is pushing other Asian countries to request an increased U.S. presence, defense chief Ash Carter said.
Saudi Arabian Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir touted his country's economic prospects on Saturday, saying reform was key to growth and stability.
Australia is joining the Chinese navy for planned drills next week in the disputed South China Sea.
Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina says that if voters make him Commander-in-Chief, the 'crap' with China and Russia stops.
I intend to be a commander-in-chief that can win a war, says Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina.
Gov. Bobby Jindal of Louisiana, and Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, share their views of the House passing the budget deal.
Researchers have developed a device that uses wireless signals to detect silhouettes of people who aren't within sight — even on the other side of a wall.
With a debt ceiling showdown looming and Dept of Defense spending for fiscal 2016 uncertain, defense stocks could face some turbulence in the short term. Still analysts say multiyear backlogs, international sales and buyback activity are all positives heading into 2016. Several report earnings this week. Can these names defend their gains?
The Pentagon is hardly broke but it has less money this year than it used to have and less money than it expected.
The big defense companies start reporting earnings on Tuesday, but industry watchers expect only modest increases in earnings.
Frank Kendall has a lot of power with the defense industry, and he represents its number one customer — the U.S. taxpayer.
The Pentagon is less than pleased with the trend of consolidation and share buybacks in the defense sector, reports CNBC's Jane Wells.
Defense stocks are solid investments due to strong fundamentals and high dividend yields, according to Belpointe's David Nelson.
China's pledged $260 billion to shore up its navy and military by 2020. The US concern: maintaining free-trade flows in the South China Sea.
The U.S. is grappling with a dramatic change in the Syrian civil war brought about by Moscow's intervention in support of the government.
China won't stand for violations of its territorial waters as the U.S. considers sailing warships close to the South China Sea.
U.S. officials said four Russian cruise missiles fired at Syria from a warship in the Caspian Sea had crashed in Iran instead.
Hurricane Joaquin and a separate rain deluge could affect the oil and shipping industries and the military along the East Coast.
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