The conviction of Donald Trump: how it happened

The former president was found guilty on 34 counts of falsifying business records, after a trial he called a politically-motivated “scam”

Democrats push to limit US president’s nuclear powers

Lawmakers warned that a “rogue” leader could someday take control of America’s atomic arsenal

Joe Biden has denied joint nuclear exercises with South Korea

US President Joe Biden has denied that the Pentagon is in talks with Seoul about joint nuclear exercises, raising a number of questions after his South Korean counterpart announced that such discussions were already underway.

America’s F-35 fighter jets have been grounded

America’s F-35 fighter jets have reportedly come under new scrutiny after a crash earlier this month at a base in Texas raised safety concerns about the aircraft, prompting the grounding of some planes for an investigation.

US lawmakers stopped from using Tiktok

Administrators at the US House of Representatives sent out an email on Tuesday allegedly instructing all lawmakers and staff to uninstall TikTok from any official phones, calling the app a security risk.

US researchers achieved landmark breakthrough in nuclear fusion technology

US researchers announced a historic nuclear fusion breakthrough on Tuesday, hailing a "landmark achievement" in the quest for a source of unlimited, clean power and an end to reliance on fossil fuel.

Elon Musk says, people died because Fauci lied

Tesla and Twitter CEO Elon Musk triggered a social media firestorm on Sunday after suggesting that US Covid-19 czar Dr. Anthony Fauci should be investigated and prosecuted for allegedly lying under oath about the funding of research at a Wuhan lab in China.

The US integrated deterrence approach and China

The United States in its new National Security Strategy (NSS) and National Defense Strategy (NDS) documents declared China as the most challenging actor against the country’s interest in general and in Asia Pacific in particular.

US will train 2500 Ukraine’s soldiers this month in Germany

The administration of US President Joe Biden is contemplating a drastic expansion of the training program for Ukrainian forces, which is expected to take place at a US military base in Germany, CNN reported on Wednesday, citing sources.

NATO-led alliance to protect critical underwater structures

Germany and Norway want to start a NATO-led alliance to protect critical underwater infrastructure, their leaders said on Wednesday, weeks after explosions hit two key gas pipelines in the fallout from the war in Ukraine.

Macron blasts Biden on industrial subsidies

France's President Emmanuel Macron fired a volley at his American hosts on the first day of a rare state visit to Washington, telling lawmakers Wednesday that US industrial subsidies are "super aggressive" against French competitors.

US likely to supply Patriot missiles to Ukraine

The United States government is mulling over whether to provide Patriot missiles to Ukraine’s armed forces, the Defense Department said, weeks after Kiev explicitly requested the pricey weapon system.