Do Americans continue to fear the threat of nuclear attack from other nations, including Russia, or have such menaces taken a backseat to concerns regarding the weapons and methodologies of modern warfare?
Before speaking to members of the press regarding a potential government shutdown due to Senate infighting about the national budget, President Barack Obama began by discussing a phone conversation that he had with new Iranian President Hassan Rouhani.
Two American experts have gathered evidence that suggests North Korea scientists have developed the ability to produce their own sophisticated components for nuclear weapons.
President Barack Obama believes a nuclear weapons agreement could be reached with Iran.
Iranian President Hasan Rouhani says in an interview that he received a “positive and constructive” letter from President Barack Obama congratulating him on his election.
Israel’s prime minister says the world should not trust Iran’s newly elected president.
President Obama challenged Americans and Europeans to continue fighting for the freedoms fought for in Berlin – a city long-divided in the Cold War – while also providing security for peace in the 21st Century.
Nearly 50 years after John F. Kennedy’s speech at Berlin’s iconic Brandenburg Gate, President Barack Obama called for a reduction of nuclear stockpiles between the United States and Russia.
The U.S. accused Iran of deception and defiance Wednesday, asserting that over the past decade it has stonewalled international demands to allow scrutiny of its nuclear programs.
Diplomats say Iran has tripled installations of high-tech machines at its main enrichment facility to more than 600 in three months — machines that could be used in a nuclear weapons program.