North Korea on Sunday warned that the United States will face “a very grave situation” and alleged that President Joe Biden “made a big blunder” in his recent speech by calling the North a security threat.
By Hyung-Jin Kim, Associated Press
Piper Campbell, former ambassador to Mongolia and the U.S. mission to the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), said the timing of the letter was to influence a selection process that, to the groups’ understanding, was still ongoing. …
By Ali Rogin
PBS NewsHour special correspondent Jane Ferguson, based in Beirut, joins other journalists -- New York Times Pentagon correspondent Helene Cooper, New York Times Washington bureau chief Elisabeth Bumiller, and Washington Post senior national security correspondent Karen DeYoung -- to discuss…
By News Desk
The Commerce Department is reviewing recent actions, such as the rules undermining TikTok and WeChat, to ensure that efforts by the Trump administration to ban them based on claimed national-security threats were justified.
By Tali Arbel, Associated Press
In years past, the National Mall is normally filled with tens of thousands of people attending a presidential inauguration. But those crowds were missing for the swearing in of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, amid the pandemic and a massive…
With President Trump's looming impeachment trial in the Senate, some are asking what kind of access he should have to intelligence briefings after leaving office. Susan Gordon, the former principal deputy director of national intelligence, joins Nick Schifrin to discuss…
By Associated Press
The FBI warned law enforcement agencies ahead of last week's breach of the U.S. Capitol about the potential for extremist-driven violence, U.S. officials said.
A laptop stolen from Nancy Pelosi’s office. Papers trashed or missing. Photos taken inside Senate offices. What will Wednesday’s attack on the Capitol mean for U.S. national security? Juliette Kayyem, a former assistant secretary at the Department of Homeland Security,…
There were serious questions Thursday about security in and around the Capitol and why there weren't better preparations ahead of time. William Brangham reports.
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