Trump said on Monday that he will make very big announcement soon

Former US President Donald Trump said Monday that he will make "a very big announcement" next week. "I'm going to be making a very big announcement on Tuesday, Nov. 15 at Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Florida," he said during his address in Ohio, a day before the midterm elections.

Russian President Putin publicly endorses evacuation of civilians from Kherson

Russian President Vladimir Putin publicly endorsed the evacuation of civilians from parts of Ukraine's southern Kherson region on Friday, the latest sign of Russia's retreat in one of the most bitterly contested areas in Ukraine.

Saudi Intelligence warns of an imminent Iranian attack from Iran

The United States is concerned about threats from Iran against Saudi Arabia and will not hesitate to respond if necessary, a White House spokesperson said on Tuesday.

Ukraine will soon receive US air defense systems

The US will send an initial two NASAMS air defense systems to Ukraine “in the very near future,” a Pentagon official said on Monday. With Russia targeting Ukrainian power infrastructure using missiles and drones, Kiev has lobbied the West for better air defense weaponry.

Russia finished calling up reservists to fight in Ukraine

Russia said on Friday it had finished calling up reservists to fight in Ukraine, having drafted hundreds of thousands in a month and sending more than a quarter of them already to the battlefield.

US says, Russia has not notified about possible nuclear exercises

Russia has not yet notified the United States about exercises of its nuclear forces that Washington expects Moscow to carry out soon

Biden disappointed with decision of OPEC+ to cut production

"The President is disappointed by the shortsighted decision by OPEC+ to cut production quotas while the global economy is dealing with the continued negative impact of (Russian President Vladimir) Putin’s invasion of Ukraine," the White House said.

US defense chief commits to enable Taiwan defend itself

Washington has historically maintained a policy of "strategic ambiguity" on whether it would intervene militarily if Taiwan were attacked by China.

Russia’s referendums in Ukrainian territory drawn criticism from the US

Antony Blinken reiterates US 'does not, and will never, recognize the legitimacy or outcome of these sham referenda'

How Iranian spies betrayed by CIA in its covert war against Iran

Curbing the Islamic Republic’s nuclear ambitions has long been a priority in Washington. Tehran insists its nuclear efforts are solely for energy needs.

US hosts red carpet to Pacific Islands amid rising Chinese influence

China has stepped up its presence across the Pacific Islands, pouring in infrastructure spending, ramping up official visits and training law enforcement.

VP Kamala Harris to visit Demilitarized Zone on South Korea trip

Harris arrived in Japan on Monday and met Prime Minister Fumio Kishida ahead of Abe's funeral on Tuesday, which will be attended by hundreds of foreign dignitaries.