A US federal judge has ruled that the administration of President Donald Trump must temporarily halt the use of some funds from the Defense Department for a wall on the US-Mexico border.
US judge orders Trump to stop building border wall
US President Donald Trump has arrived in Japan for what is billed as a largely ceremonial visit to highlight strong bilateral ties amid lingering trade tensions as Washington mulls imposing tariffs on Japanese auto exports.
Trump arrives in Japan for ceremonial visit amid looming trade tensions
A US military helicopter has been destroyed after a "hard landing" in Afghanistan that left all passengers and crew onboard injured.
US military helicopter destroyed after 'hard landing' in Afghanistan
The suicide rate among youth in the United States has been on the rise for nearly a decade, with the sharpest increase in young girls, according to a new study.
Suicide rates rise in US youth, especially among girls: Study
The United States lacks the legitimacy and international support required to wage a war on Iran, says an academic, adding that Washington's military presence in the Persian Gulf is merely a psychological warfare and “rather a bluff”.
US lacks legitimacy, intl. support to wage war on Iran: Pundit
India intends to shift its top military supplier from Russia to the US, New Delhi’s ambassador to Washington has said, citing national security and military modernization among Prime Minister Narendra Modi's top priorities following his re-election.
PM Modi to shift India's top weapons supplier from Russia to US?
US President Donald Trump has rejected any "need" for additional troop deployments in the Middle East after reports claimed the Pentagon was considering sending up to 10,000 troops to the region.
Trump rejects additional troop deployment to MidEast, says there is ‘no need’
The US senate has unveiled a draft bill that would authorize Washington to modernize its nuclear weapon arsenal, in a move to counter China’s growing influence around the globe.
US senate unveils $750-billion proposal aimed at China's growing influence
The US State Department has purportedly failed to meet a deadline to provide conclusive information to a congressional committee tasked with investigating whether an annual arms control report meant to politically demonize Iran and justify a military action against the Islamic Republic.
US State Department misses deadline to explain Iran arms control report
Democrats in the US House of Representatives have subpoenaed two more former aides of President Donald Trump, just hours after former White House Counsel Donald McGahn refused to appear for testimony before a congressional committee at Trump’s request.
US House panel subpoenas more Trump ex-aides

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