The 33rd summit of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) in Singapore concluded on Thursday, focusing on the increasingly unstable South China Sea and on free trade across the region. US leaders used the event to try and draw countries away from China.
SpaceX received approval Friday from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) for its ambitious constellation of thousands of broadband satellites. The FCC is worried, however, what the dramatic expansion of man-made objects in low orbit will mean for the growing problem of space junk.
PORT MORESBY (Sputnik) – Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev on Saturday noted the need to renovate the World Trade Organization (WTO), suggesting that this should not bring a fall in its influence or the collapse of the organization.
Australia’s defense ministry announced Friday that drone maker General Atomics had won its competition to be the sole supplier for the Australian armed services’ unmanned aerial vehicles. They anticipate buying as many as 16 of the armed drones.
Wanting to crack down on the dissemination of frowned upon material, China announced Friday that starting December 1, it will be doubling the money given to citizens who report pornographic material or any others deemed illegal to authorities.
WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - The US Department of Justice said in a court filing on Friday that it is engaging in talks about possibly resolving the case of accused Russian national Maria Butina and asks that the court postpone a status conference for two weeks to determine whether the parties can make a deal.
Folks living across Texas were offered a shocking surprise late Thursday night after a fireball appeared in the skies, lighting up the night and producing a sonic boom.
An FBI indictment of four American white supremacists belonging to the Rise Above Movement (RAM) in connection to violence they committed in Charlottesville, Virginia, and California in 2017 revealed that they had previously traveled to Ukraine to get training from a neo-Nazi militia.
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