Earlier in the day, the assertion that Ukraine will become a member of the NATO alliance was made in a Brussels Summit Communique, as the leaders of the 30 NATO allies said that they "reiterate" the decision made at the 2008 Bucharest Summit.
Earlier on Monday, Senate Judiciary Committee chair Dick Durbin (D-IL) and 10 Democratic senators penned a joint letter to US Attorney General Merrick Garland, demanding answers regarding recent US media reports that the US Department of Justice issued secret subpoenas for metadata on members of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence.
In 2018, American comedian Kevin Hart almost ended up cancelled and even lost his opportunity to host the Academy Awards awards due to older tweets he made containing mean-spirited jokes about gay people - something for which he eventually apologised.
According to a Variety report, the DC comics adult animated series about Harley Quinn could have featured a risque intimate scene between Batman and Catwoman - if it wasn't for the studio's differing opinion on what heroes can and cannot do.
QAnon is a conspiracy theory in the United States, advocates of which claim that the country is controlled by a so-called 'deep state', while elites in the Democratic party are part of a circle of pedophiles and former US President Donald Trump is the one who was supposed to fight it.
According to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 6% of all dogs imported into the US come from countries labeled "high risk" for the canine rabies virus variant, or 'dog rabies'. Those in contact with even one rabid dog are capable of spreading rabies, which is fatal to humans, pets and wildlife.
A massive sinkhole measuring several hundred feet across first appeared in the town of Zacatepec, in Mexico’s Puebla state, in late May, prompting authorities to create a barrier to ensure a safe distance is kept from the site. To date, the sinkhole has not caused any fatalities.
Controversy, sparked over the ongoing Palestinian-Israeli conflict, has increased in the US capitol as Democratic lawmakers express differing views on who is to blame in recent military actions in the Gaza Strip and Israel, and how the conflict should be resolved.