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    2. U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said on Tuesday the United States should consider staying in the Iran nuclear deal unless it were proven that Tehran was not abiding ...

    3. U.S. Missile Defense Gets $400 Million After North Korea Threats

      Bloomberg via Yahoo FinanceOct 03 20:05 PM

      Congressional defense committees have approved shifting more than $400 million from other accounts into missile defense programs to clear the way for more ground-based interceptors, sensors and upgrades ...

    4. S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis on Wednesday, prompting a U.S. air strike that accidentally killed civilians, officials said. The clashes and casualties overshadowed ...

    5. Chief U.S. diplomat Tillerson says never considered resigning

      Reuters via Yahoo FinanceOct 04 19:58 PM

      U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said on Wednesday he had never considered resigning and was committed to President Donald Trump's agenda, but failed to address ...

    6. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis told lawmakers it’s in the U.S.’s strategic interest to remain in the Iran nuclear deal that President Donald Trump has said he’d like to scrap.

    7. Top U.S. Spymaster Warns American Firms About Deals With China

      Bloomberg via Yahoo FinanceSep 28 23:02 PM

      S.’s ability to ensure supplies for military equipment such as fighter jets and ships. "That’s where we have to be really creative to explain that this is a national security threat," ...

    8. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said the U.S. and allies are “holding the line” against the Taliban in Afghanistan as forecasts of a significant offensive by the militants “remain unfulfilled.”

    9. Mattis Says U.S. Should Stay in Iran Nuclear Deal

      Bloomberg via Yahoo FinanceOct 03 16:17 PM

      Defense Secretary Jim Mattis (all times local): Defense Secretary Jim Mattis says the United States should...ability to build a nuclear arsenal. Sen. Angus King of ...

    10. U.S. Supreme Court to Scrutinize Mandatory Union Fees Again

      Bloomberg via Yahoo FinanceSep 28 13:31 PM

      The U.S. Supreme Court said it will try for a second time to decide whether 5 million government workers can refuse to pay union fees, accepting a case that could deal a major ...

    11. S. lawmakers called for a more robust response to the crisis. The U.S. territory of 3.4 million people struggled through a ninth day with virtually no electricity ...