Russia's secret deployment of a new cruise missile may constitute a violation of a crucial arms control agreement dating back to the Cold War, Trump administration officials told the New York Times Tuesday.
The Obama administration said in 2014 that Russia had tested the ground-based missile, violating the 1987 treaty that banned American and Russian land-based intermediate-range missiles.
Officials say Russian Federation secretly deployed a cruise missile in violation of a treaty that helped end the Cold War.
The White House did not immediately respond to CNBC's request for comment. While Trump's residency is still relatively new, much speculation has already been made that Trump's relationship with Russia, and especially Russian President Vladimir Putin, is a little too close for comfort.
Mark Warburton resigns as Rangers manager
As you can imagine it prompted much speculation about what was actually happening, from hacked websites to disgruntled employees. Rangers' agreement to waive compensation would assist the management team to join another club.
This latest development comes as the SSV-175 Viktor Leonov, a Russian intelligence-gathering ship, was spotted roaming the worldwide waters 70 miles off the coast of DE, as it was heading north, officials told Fox News.
The Times reported that former President Barack Obama's administration had tried to persuade Moscow to correct the violation while the missile was still in the testing phase. Today, eager to hype "new" Russian efforts, even if they're nearly a decade old, the New York Times declared these same 2008 missiles a violation of the "landmark arms control treaty".
Moscow also denied that it had violated the INF treaty, which helped end the Cold War between the countries. "Two battalions of cruise missiles don't just magically appear overnight". But the "X" has been removed from current intelligence reports, indicating that American intelligence officials consider the missile to be operational and no longer a system in development.
In England, Toshiba's announcement that it would withdraw from nuclear construction contracts outside of Japan hasn't played well. Toshiba confirmed today that it will take a $6.3 billion hit thanks to its problematic US-based nuclear construction business.
At 30-years old, Cruz is not in his prime and has yet to show he can be the same player he was before he tore his patellar tendon. He was facing a $9.4 million cap number, and given his injuries and 2016 production, that simply was not happening.
The WHP shared the video to help people understand how important it can be to heed high wind warnings and advisories. Strong winds are to blame for a semi truck that smashed a Wyoming State Trooper's vehicle last week along I-80.
It was taking tourists back from a trip to see cherry blossoms when it crashed, Taipei city Deputy Mayor Teng Chia-ji said. According to reports, the bus was 19 years old and belonged to an agency that runs tours across Taiwan.
Neither Sears nor Kmart carried the Trump Home products in their retail stores, a Sears Holdings Corp spokesman said. Sears and Kmart said they stopped selling online 31 Trump Home items, including furniture, lighting, and bedding.
The stock for Energy Transfer Partners , the company behind the pipeline, rose 0.8 percent after the announcement. But, as protesters continue to fight for what they think is right, the outcome may not be what was expected.
The chances you will be watching are bested only by the chances a grizzly bear walks into your kid's school today. It was the first time in history the Vice President was called to break a tie on a cabinet nomination.
The big three were surprise additions after they were reportedly out for this game, but they- by they I mean Kyrie- put on a show. Ilyasova was the only starter in double figures with 16 points for Philadelphia, which snapped a five-game losing streak.
However, in recent months, other carriers have been bringing it back. "We also fundamentally want you to have more choice". Users will pay $50 for a single line, $30 for two lines, and all other additions up to five will be free.
Erdogan: Turkey, FSA close to capturing Syria's Al-Bab
Both Russia and Turkey have been conducting air strikes in Al Bab, which has been held by the Islamic State group since December. Al-Bab is special because it is the only place in Syria where all four have significant forces in close proximity.
Several dead after landslides in Indonesia's Bali
The agency said more heavy rains are likely and people should be aware of the possibility of landslides and floods. As of Friday, the count of people injured in the landslide is at four, said Bangli BPBD director I Wayan Darmawan.
MPs back Brexit bill
In theory, the Lords, who are unelected, can not oppose a measure that enjoys large parliamentary and clear public support. It must now go the House of Lords before Mrs May can invoke Article 50, which she has promised to do by the end of March.
Melania Trump Settles Lawsuit With Maryland Blogger
Both the Daily Mail and Tarpley retracted their posts in late August after they were contacted by Trump's attorneys. The lawsuit alleges the potential loss of business for Melania is estimated to be upwards of $150 million.
Somalia beefs up security ahead of presidential vote
Instead, some 14,000 elders and regional figures chose 275 members of parliament and 54 senators to decide the election. In a short speech, the new president said , "This victory belongs to the people of Somalia".
Tesla P100D Breaks Acceleration Record
It costs about $135,000 compared to a $1.5 million Ferrari LaFerrari, $1.1 McLaren P1 or the $845,000 Porsche 918 Spyder. Musk noted you could shave another couple hundredths off the time by taking out the floor mats and trunk liner.