From early bar openings to a drag queen reporting, the first day of public impeachment hearings regarding US President Donald Trump’s alleged misconduct brought out a number of spectacles on and near Capitol Hill.
A rare Chinese teapot was sold for about $1.3 million during a Monday auction in the city of Dorset in southwest England.
After several months of electrical maintenance, the US Navy has announced repairs on the aging USS Harry S. Truman have concluded, and the carrier is expected to make a return to the seas.
Alexander Rhodes, the owner of the NoFap trademark, filed a complaint against a neuroscientist who studies porn and sexuality for libel and defamation.
Ginsburg has been fighting cancer for several years but has managed to keep her job in the Supreme Court and says she is ''very much alive''.
A decommissioned missile complex in the US state of Arizona is now on sale for almost $400,000.
Despite dissent from the US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) and US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officials, the Trump administration is planning to set up cameras and livestream the construction of US President Donald Trump’s wall on the US-Mexico border, according to four people familiar with the matter.
The debate was sparked by a conspiracy channel that posted two clips of a crescent-shaped object floating around NASA astronauts during a spacewalk at the International Space Station. Some immediately linked it to a proposed branch of the US Armed Forces announced by US President Donald Trump.