U.S. Senate may pass bill "to punish Russia"
The United States Senate may pass a bill "to punish Russia" for meddling into the U.S. presidential election, according to CBS News.
Reuters: U.S., partners plan European military exercise with 25,000 troops
About 25,000 military forces from the United States and 23 other countries will take part in a large-scale military exercise called "Saber Guardian" planned in Bulgaria, Hungary and Romania next month, according to Reuters.
BALTOPS exercise underway in Latvia
U.S. Marines held the landing drills in Latvia, using their landing vehicles. These maneuvers are part of the large-scale exercise called BALTOPS. The multinational forces involved in the exercise imitate military actions at sea, in land and in the air. This year, the exercise involves 14 NATO countries and their partners.
Trump nominates Christopher Wray as new FBI Director
US President Donald Trump decided to nominate Christopher A. Wray as the Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Head of State reported this on his Twitter page.
Russia and terrorism are main threats to world, - Pence
Mike Pence, the Vice President of the USA claimed that Russia, Iran and the terrorism are the main threats for the world during the meeting Atlantic Council. The event was broadcasted on the YouTube channel of the Atlantic Council.
Haley: U.S. plans to retain Russia sanctions – POLITICO
Nikki Haley, President Donald Trump’s ambassador to the United Nations, on Sunday said her understanding is that the U.S. plans to "keep our sanctions strong and tough" on Russia in response to the Kremlin’s actions in Ukraine, despite reports that the White House is considering easing them, according to POLITICO.