The U.S. carried out an airstrike on a weapons warehouse in eastern Syria used by Iranian-backed militias, the Pentagon said, in retaliation for a number of attacks on U.S. troops in the region.
The Pentagon's latest report shows China is on track with its efforts to develop a nuclear arsenal - though their total warheads are still a fraction of that of the US.
Senate Democrats began holding votes on military promotions after a months-long blockade by Alabama Republican Sen. Tommy Tuberville.
Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo is set to travel to China at a time when U.S. executives and investors are facing increasing uncertainty and risk doing business there.
The Air National guardsman is facing six counts of willful retention and transmission of national defense information, according to the Department of Justice.
John Bolton says the indictment is a "potentially catastrophic turn of events" for Trump. He spoke to Morning Edition about the seriousness of the charges and the importance of accountability.
The latest NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist survey finds the economy is still top of mind for Americans — and that both parties are vulnerable on different issues.
Both the U.S. and Canada have called off searches for three unidentified airborne objects shot down over North America. No debris has been found.
The accusations made by China on Monday have further ratcheted up tensions between the two countries amid mutual allegations of surveillance.
The suspected Chinese spy balloon was noticed in Montana and slowly crossed the U.S. China expressed its "strong dissatisfaction and protest" over the downing.