On Wednesday, head of US Pacific Command (PACOM) Adm. Harry Harris announced that roughly 4,000 of 19,000 US Marines currently stationed in Okinawa Prefecture, Japan, will be moved to Guam for the four-year period from 2024 to 2028.
In February, NASA unveiled one of the most exciting astronomical finds in recent memory: TRAPPIST-1, a tiny star orbited by seven Earth-sized planets, all of which could conceivably support liquid water and three of which were in the star’s habitable zone.
A new dating of mastodon remains discovered in Southern California has decisively proved that hominins have roamed the Americas since at least 130,000 BC, a full 115,000 years earlier than previously confirmed.
Conservative media personality Ann Coulter scrapped plans to exercise her right to free speech at the campus of the University of California, Berkeley, but protesters both for and against her appearance have clashed there nonetheless.
A new study by the British Ecological Society has found that humpback whales "whisper" to their mothers, which they say may be a sign of high intelligence.
The semi-annual summit of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) has begun in Manila, marking a milestone in Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte's controversy-rich presidency.
US Defense Manufacturer Lockheed Martin announced Wednesday that the Pentagon has approved the latest version of the F-35 fighter jet’s logistics system. The US Navy and the US Army have also completed their approval processes, though it will take the US Marines about six more weeks to follow suit.
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