Israeli Prime Minister says he's not willing to give up on preventing Iran's progress toward developing nuclear weapons
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"We are at a point where they need to make a decision" Obama said Monday
Israel remains on alert
Israel fires dozen of shells into Lebanon after its vehicles were attacked
Satellite images reveal that the isolated state may be resuming the nuclear project
Pentagon beefs up spending to keep yesterday’s weapons ready for tomorrow
Inside the Pentagon's assault in Syria
“One cannot win the war with blankets,” says the Ukrainian president
"I don't think there's a family in this community that hasn't had a loved one die of cancer"
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Airstrikes at the top of the list as carrier moves into position
America averts disaster "by the slightest margin of chance"
Giving Syria’s rebels surface-to-air weapons is a risk the Obama Administration shouldn’t take
The apparent test coincides with joint U.S.-South Korea military drills that have drawn the ire of the North.
An Israeli official confirms to TIME that an air strike on the Syria-Lebanon border was Israel's doing, aimed at stopping certain missiles entering the arsenal...
Lobbing missiles may appear belligerent, but Pyongyang can't afford hostilities
Questions about Iran's nuclear detonator will be answered in the coming months, Tehran says
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