Barack Obama is undoubtedly the U.S. president most committed to nuclear disarmament since Kennedy. People all over the world have cheered President Obama's commitment
More than 90,000 people took to the streets in Okinawa, Japan, on April 25 to demand that a controversial U.S. military base be closed.
Author Nadya Williams sent the following open letter from Iraq Vets Against the War as a follow-up to her story about Josh and Conor.
I heard from my parents that on May 1 countries are having a meeting at the United Nations about if they should disable the nuclear weapons. So I would like to tell you how I fell about it.
The biggest U.S. city, New York may call for a cut in the Pentagon budget to fund domestic needs, if City Council member Letitia James has her way.
A bipartisan bill calling for a plan and a timetable to withdraw U.S. forces from Afghanistan was introduced into Congress April 14th.
Local residents filled the library at Brooklyn Tech High School to see how the oversized Pentagon budget is draining resources from their community.
The shock over the deaths of much of Poland's leadership in a plane crash should not cover up victories for world peace that their planned trip signified.
Leaders of 47 nations ended their Washington nuclear security summit April 13 with a pledge to "strengthen nuclear security and reduce the threat of nuclear terrorism."
U.S. President Barack Obama and Russian President Dmitry Medvedev in Prague, April 8, signed a new Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty to cut nuclear weapons.