The biggest threat from Kim Jong Un might not be missiles.
Prime minister vows "full range of measures that we will take in response" to attack on UK soil, while White House calls attack "reckless, indiscriminate and irresponsible."
“When we go on operations there’s no leaving anyone behind, even if it’s a 1-year old, I’m serious," militia leader was recorded saying.
Pompeo on thousands of pages of Project Amad details obtained from Iran by Israel: "They kept the documents for a reason, and one can speculate as to why."
"Syria's presidency cannot be business as usual. I will, however, call out the regime's crimes in plenaries," vows U.S. ambassador to conference.
The Trump administration has still not yet a deadline mandated under law to report findings on UK Novichok attacks; Britain blames Russian government.
Administration making "a number of carve-outs" under the sanctions required by law; "not everything that is mandatory under the act we will be proceeding with at this time."
Terrorist groups "are urging recruits to adopt easy-to-use tools to target public places and events."
Letters were reportedly addressed to Secretary of Defense James Mattis and Chief of Naval Operations Adm. John Richardson.
"The Russians got caught with their equipment, with people who were doing it, and they have got to pay the piper. They're going to have to be held to account."
"The main quality is that it is extremely difficult to procure so that people automatically suspect the government," he allegedly told undercover FBI seller.