- Ukraine insurgents reject call to quit buildings Updated: Apr-18-14 11:40 am
- US will cut deployed nuke missile force by 50 Updated: Apr-08-14 6:26 pm
- Institute: Water woes endanger NKorea reactor Updated: Apr-07-14 6:20 pm
- 18 countries ratify UN Arms Trade Treaty Updated: Apr-02-14 5:13 pm
- Professor to lead nuclear monitoring project Updated: Mar-31-14 3:13 pm
- Former home of deadly VX slow to find new use Updated: Mar-29-14 12:02 am
- Senators urge end of deal to buy Russian choppers Updated: Mar-27-14 1:32 pm
- Philippines and Muslim rebel group sign peace deal Updated: Mar-27-14 9:37 am
- Analysis: Russia deeply linked to Obama priorities Updated: Mar-26-14 8:13 pm
- Libya's guns free-for-all fuels region's turmoil Updated: Mar-22-14 3:47 am
- Obama: Nuke deal can open opportunities for Iran Updated: Mar-20-14 10:16 am
DONETSK, Ukraine - Dashing hopes of progress raised by a diplomatic deal in Geneva, pro-Russian insurgents who have occupied government buildings in more than 10 Ukrainian cities said Friday they will not leave them until the country's interim government resigns.
WASHINGTON - The U.S. will keep its current force of 450 land-based nuclear missiles but remove 50 from their launch silos as part of a plan to bring the U.S. into compliance with a 2011 U.S.-Russia arms control treaty, the Pentagon said Tuesday.
WASHINGTON - North Korea may have temporarily shut down a plutonium reactor earlier this year as it grappled with water supply problems that could threaten the safety of its nuclear complex, a U.S. research institute said Monday.
UNITED NATIONS - Eighteen countries, including five of the world's leading arms exporters, ratified a landmark treaty regulating the multibillion-dollar global arms trade on Wednesday, giving a significant boost to the campaign for the treaty's entry into force.
ANN ARBOR, Michigan - A new project designed to monitor countries that don't observe an international nuclear proliferation treaty and help nations with nuclear power safeguard their materials will be run by a professor in Michigan.
NEWPORT, Indiana - When Bill Laubernds tours the 7,000-acre Newport Chemical Depot - complete with abandoned structures, old cemeteries and derelict signs of the country's chemical history of producing chemical weapons - he doesn't see an old chemical plant site. He sees potential.
WASHINGTON - Seeking stiffer penalties against Moscow, a group of senators called on President Barack Obama Thursday to respond more forcefully to the incursion into the Crimean Peninsula by terminating the remainder of a $1 billion contract to buy helicopters from Russia.
MANILA, Philippines - The Philippine government signed a peace accord with the country's largest Muslim rebel group on Thursday, the culmination of years of negotiations and a significant political achievement for President Benigno Aquino III.
BRUSSELS - Even as he criticizes Vladimir Putin and imposes sanctions on Russia, President Barack Obama is struggling with the consequences of his own earlier quest for a fresh start between Washington and Moscow.
TRIPOLI, Libya - At the heart of the Libyan capital, the open-air Fish Market was once a place where residents went to buy everything from meat and seafood to clothes and pets. Now it's Tripoli's biggest arms market, with tables displaying pistols and assault rifles. Ask a vendor, and he can pull out bigger machine guns to sell for thousands of dollars.
WASHINGTON - President Barack Obama says a nuclear agreement with Iran can open up "new possibilities and prosperity" for the Iranian people.