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By Ellen Knickmeyer, Associated Press
The United States and Russia will soon hold talks on resuming suspended nuclear arms control inspections that had been put on hold during the COVID-19 pandemic and languished after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
By Matthew Lee, Associated Press
Washington and Moscow walked out of the Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces treaty that President Ronald Reagan and Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev signed in 1987, raising fears of a new arms race.
By Deb Reichmann, Associated Press
WASHINGTON — In an escalation of tensions, the Obama administration accused Russia on Monday of conducting tests in violation of a 1987 nuclear missile treaty, calling the breach "a very serious matter" and going public with allegations that have simmered…
By Jim Kuhnhenn, Associated Press
In other news Wednesday, snow and ice buried cities from Texas to Maine, stranding drivers and halting air travel. The storm was blamed for at least 10 deaths. A Category 5 cyclone pounded northeastern Australia and prompted evacuations of more…
Assessing accomplishments in Congress' lame-duck session, President Obama said Wednesday the nation is not "doomed to endless gridlock." Gwen Ifill speaks with USA Today's Susan Page and Andrew Kohut of the Pew Research Center about what the lame-duck Congress has…
By Larisa Epatko
The Senate appears to be moving toward ratifying the New START nuclear arms reduction treaty with Russia. Here's a fresh look at the basics of the pact.
For perspective on the president's nuclear summit and the movement to cut weapons stockpiles around the world, Jim Lehrer speaks to summit organizers, former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright and former National Security Advisor Brent Scowcroft.
President Obama hosted dozens of world leaders in Washington for an unprecedented summit on stopping the spread of nuclear weapons. Jeffrey Brown reports on the summit and efforts to slash nuclear arsenals.
With the Senate poised to act on the renewed nuclear arms treaty between the U.S. and Russia, Jim Lehrer talks to two key senators, Democrat Dianne Feinstein of California and Arizona Republican Jon Kyl.
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