The last major nuclear arms control treaty between Russia and the United States is outdated and flawed, the U.S. ambassador to Moscow said on Wednesday, saying it could be scrapped altogether when it expires in 2021 and replaced with something else.
Washington and Moscow walked out of the Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces treaty that Reagan and Gorbachev signed in 1987, raising fears of a new arms race.
NPR's Rachel Martin talks to David Harris, CEO of the American Jewish Committee, about Israel's decision to bar two U.S. congresswomen. Israel will now grant Rep. Rashida Tlaib a visa.
Russian Foreign Ministry spokesperson Maria Zakharova said the U.S. Embassy in Moscow promoted the march by posting a map of its planned route online.
The end of the INF Treaty has raised fears of a new arms race.
The United States is worried that trade and diplomatic tensions between South Korea and Japan could become even more tense and is urging both sides to consider a "standstill agreement" to allow more time for talks, a senior U.S. administration official said on Thursday.
Twenty-one months of silence after the death of 25-year-old Bijan Ghaisar.
The decision means that Trump's efforts to bar all asylum applications at the U.S.-Mexico border could still apply in Texas and New Mexico.
Mediation talks between the World Cup champion women's soccer team and U.S. Soccer ended without a resolution Wednesday, damaging hopes that the sides could avoid a showdown in federal court over a gender-discrimination lawsuit filed by the players this year.
The United States said on Friday it would bar two Venezuelan officials accused of human rights violations from traveling to the United States in its latest action to pressure Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro into stepping down.
Mediation talks over the U.S. women's gender discrimination lawsuit break down, but the World Cup champions aren't giving an inch.