Support Intelligent, In-Depth, Trustworthy Journalism.
Live data on national races for Senate, House and state governors
By Heng Sinith, Associated Press
Pentagon officials said Thursday that the United States is satisfied that its own munitions readiness levels are intact as the U.S. has been Ukraine's largest supporter, providing $18.6 billion in weapons and equipment.
By Associated Press
The U.S. is expected to send $400 million more in military aid to Ukraine, several U.S. officials said Thursday, amid concerns that financial assistance for the war against Russia could decline a bit if Republicans take control of Congress.
By Lolita C. Baldor, Matthew Lee, Associated Press
Pentagon spokesman Brig. Gen. Pat Ryder Tuesday said, as announced in July, a U.S. allotment would provide the NASAMS to Ukraine, but he did not give any indications on whether any Army Tactical Missile System (ATACMS) have also arrived in…
The new command post, announced Friday, signals a more permanent, long-term program to continue to aid Kyiv in its fight against Russia. In total the U.S. has provided to Ukraine more than $18 billion since Russia invaded Feb. 24.
By Tara Copp, Associated Press
Saudi Arabia has shared intelligence with American officials that suggests Iran could be preparing for an imminent attack on the kingdom, three U.S. officials confirmed on Tuesday.
By Tara Copp, Lolita C. Baldor, Associated Press
The Pentagon notes a new reality, where the security environment has deteriorated, and the U.S. may face a situation where it has to deter two nuclear-armed adversaries, China and Russia, simultaneously.
The Pentagon and State Department said Russia had complied with the terms of the last U.S.-Russia arms control agreement in notifying Washington of the upcoming tests.
The order issued by Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin outlines the rights and protections service members and their dependents will have regardless of where they are based.
As Russian airstrikes cut water and power and expanded its campaign to drive Ukraine into the cold and dark, the Pentagon looked ahead to increasingly difficult battlefield conditions for both sides during the winter months.
Support Provided By:
Subscribe to Here’s the Deal, our politics newsletter for analysis you won’t find anywhere else.
Thank you. Please check your inbox to confirm.