Two students enrolled at the University of Connecticut were arrested Monday by campus police after viral cellphone footage surfaced, showing the pair repeatedly shouting out racial slurs while walking through the parking lot of an apartment complex.
House Democrats are moving forward with impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump, gathering information and testimony regarding the president's alleged abuse of power in regards to Ukraine.
Nearly one year after the first of Boeing’s two deadly 737 Max jet crashes, the American aviation company is moving to raise morale amongst shareholders by announcing its expectation of ungrounding the aircraft before the year is over.
Instagram party photographer Kirill Bichutsky (aka 'Kirill Was Here') with almost 300k followers has now launched branded merchandise that includes a version of the notorious MAGA hats with a slightly altered message: “Make America Not a Bunch of C***s Offended by Everything Again.” One found its way into the hands of POTUS.
A large number of Democratic lawmakers were filmed repeatedly using the word “lynching” two decades ago. So why is Trump’s “lynching” tweet is so outrageous now?
Outgoing Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Assaf, who served less than a year in the role, will remain a minister of state, a Reuters report says.
WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - New York City's Metropolitan Museum of Art - commonly known as the Met - has returned a prized item from its collection of Egyptian antiquities after learning that the piece was actually a stolen artefact, the State Department reported Wednesday on its Share America website.
In September, the US Navy confirmed that three videos possibly showing “Tic-Tac”-shaped UFOs were of an “unauthorised and unidentified” nature. This has encouraged a new wave of revelations from naval officers who were involved in the matter.