US President Biden signs $1.7 trillion spending bill

President Joe Biden has signed a massive $1.7 trillion spending bill into law, averting a government shutdown after weeks of partisan debate.

US military sensitive data found on eBay

A German computer club purchased several biometric capture devices on eBay and found that they still contained fingerprints, iris scans, photographs and descriptions of thousands of people who interacted with the US Army in Iraq and Afghanistan, according to the New York Times.

US Justice Department ask by house committee to pursue charges against Trump

The House select committee investigating last year’s January 6 Capitol riot released its long-anticipated final 845-page report after the bipartisan committee's nine members voted unanimously to ask the Justice Department to pursue charges against former President Donald Trump for his efforts to overturn the 2020 presidential election.

North Korea condemns Japan’s military buildup plans

North Korea on Tuesday condemned a Japanese military buildup outlined in a new security strategy, calling it dangerous and vowing counteractions, while also warning of another imminent test of an intercontinental ballistic missile.

FBI issues warning about Apple’s upcoming security updates

The FBI has issued a warning about upcoming security updates for Apple products, insisting the company’s plans to strengthen end-to-end encryption will interfere with efforts to track down criminals and terrorists.

Won’t resume nuclear talks ‘under threat’; says Iran

Iran said on Monday that it will not accept the resumption of nuclear negotiations with the West under pressure or threat. Indirect talks between Iran, US on reviving nuclear deal remain stalled since August

Russia launches missile attacks on Ukraine despite G7 pressure

Russia relaunches missile attacks on Ukraine as the West tried to limit Moscow's ability to finance its invasion by imposing a price cap on Russian seaborne oil.

IDF and US hold joint drills targeted at Iran

In order to mimic attacks on Iran's nuclear programme, the Israeli Air Force conducted extensive joint drills with the United States.

US to produce six advanced air defense systems for Ukraine

The US Army has announced that a $1.2 billion contract to produce six National Advanced Surface-to-Air Missile Systems (NASAMS) for Ukraine, amid its conflict with Russia, has been awarded to the defense conglomerate Raytheon.

US Space Force will track North Korean missile launches

The United States Space Force is working to create an early warning system for North Korean missile launches, a top commander said, hoping to step up surveillance following a record number of weapons tests by Pyongyang this year.

US Senate passed a landmark bill to protect same-sex marriage

The US Senate passed a landmark bill Tuesday protecting same-sex marriage, as lawmakers from both parties moved to forestall the possibility of the conservative-led Supreme Court taking away this right as it did with abortion.

Military aid to Ukraine could hurt Taiwan, fears US government

Washington’s policy of continuously arming Ukraine is exacerbating delays of weapon shipments to Taiwan, the Wall Street Journal reported on Sunday, citing congressional and government officials familiar with the matter.