North Korea keeps up its missile barrage with launch of ICBM

North Korea keeps up its missile barrage with launch of ICBM

SEOUL, South Korea — North Korea added to its barrage of recent weapons tests on Thursday, firing at least three missiles including an intercontinental ballistic missile that forced the Japanese government to issue evacuation alerts and temporarily halt trains. The launches are the latest in a series of North Korean weapons tests in recent months … Read more

North and South Korea exchange missile launches as tensions ratchet up even further

North and South Korea exchange missile launches as tensions ratchet up even further

Seoul, South Korea — Air raid sirens sounded on a South Korean island and residents there evacuated to underground shelters after North Korea fired about a dozen missiles in its direction Wednesday, at least one of them landing near the rivals’ tense sea border. South Korea quickly responded by performing its own missile tests at … Read more

2 Americans released by Russian separatists arrive in NYC

2 Americans released by Russian separatists arrive in NYC

American’s Andy Huynh, left, and Alex Drueke, center, arrive at the TWA Hotel on Friday, Sept. 23, 2022 in New York. The two U.S. military veterans who disappeared three months ago while fighting Russia with Ukrainian forces were among 10 prisoners, including five British nationals, released this week by Russian-backed separatists as part of a … Read more

Report: US Coast Guard ship denied port call in Solomons

Report: US Coast Guard ship denied port call in Solomons

BANGKOK — A U.S. coast guard cutter conducting patrols as part of an international mission to prevent illegal fishing was recently unable to get clearance for a scheduled port call in the Solomon Islands, according to reports, an incident that comes amid growing concerns of Chinese influence on the Pacific nation. The cutter Oliver Henry … Read more

US sending $400 million more in military aid to Ukraine

US sending 0 million more in military aid to Ukraine

WASHINGTON — The Biden administration said Friday that it will send another $400 million in military equipment to Ukraine, including four more advanced rocket systems. The weapons, said a senior defense official, will bolster Ukrainian efforts to strike deeper behind Russian frontlines in the eastern Donbas region. The aid comes as Moscow this week claimed … Read more

Heck Yeah, Tom Cruise – The Atlantic

Heck Yeah, Tom Cruise – The Atlantic

Top Gun came out in the spring of 1986, a movie so big, so wall-to-wall, so resistance-is-futile that you just had to coexist with the damn thing until it finally went away. Now—like one of those flowers that comes into bloom only once every 40 years—it’s back. Apparently Paramount had been after Tom Cruise to … Read more

Fleet Week New York returns to the Big Apple for the first time in two years with the Parade of Ships

Fleet Week New York returns to the Big Apple for the first time in two years with the Parade of Ships

NEW YORK CITY (WABC) — Fleet Week begins Wednesday in New York City. This is another sign of a return to normal as the Parade of Ships march up the Hudson River as they have for 34 years. Fleet Week will bring 3,000 Sailors, Marines, and Coastguardsmen to New York City. Eyewitness News spoke with … Read more