The latest news on weapons
Military officials traveled to the Caribbean nation to discuss mutual resentment of U.S.
Missiles and other arms were found in a ship sailing from Cuba.
Dempsey says U.S. cannot prevent weapons sales to Syria.
He can do something or do nothing – and doing nothing really isn't an option.
Both the Obama Administration and Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel say Assad has crossed a "red line."
U.S. waits for stalled investigation into alleged March chemical attack.
Despite protests, Feds can buy products on GSA web site, local law enforcement reports no impact.
U.S. law may classify many weapons—including 'potato guns'—as WMDs.
U.S. drones and North Korea's satellite launch show the need for increased public discourse as the tools of modern warfare expand.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The White House says it is increasingly concerned that the beleaguered regime in Syria might be considering use of chemical weapons against its own people and warned that doing so would "cross a red line."