Bound by threats from North Korea, the U.S. and China agreed Saturday to rid the bellicose nation of nuclear weapons in a test of whether the world powers can shelve years of rivalry and discord, and unite in fostering global stability.
A new independent report calls on the United States and Russia to gradually take their nuclear weapons off ready-to-launch status to reduce the threat of mutual assured destruction.
President Barack Obama is warning Iran that the U.S. will “do what is necessary” to prevent the Tehran from acquiring nuclear weapons.
Federal authorities say a civilian defense contractor who works in intelligence at Pacific Command gave his Chinese girlfriend information on existing war plans and U.S. nuclear weapons.
A new poll finds that nearly 100 percent of Americans believe that Iran is a threat to the United States.
Russia’s foreign minister looked to reassure Israel Thursday that Iran would never attack the Jewish state.
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad claims he has never said Iran would attack Israel, despite the leader previously saying the Jewish state should be “eliminated.”
Iran’s foreign minister is boasting that Israel won’t attack the Islamic country.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is making it clear that Israel will not wait to take out Iranian nuclear facilities.
In another sign of warming relations between two wartime foes, a senior North Korean nuclear negotiator will attend a security conference in the United States, a person with knowledge of the negotiations between Washington and Pyongyang told The Associated Press on Thursday.