A squadron of US Marine Corps (USMC) F-35B stealth aircraft have set sail aboard the United Kingdom’s HMS Queen Elizabeth aircraft carrier, part of a set of certifications ensuring the jets can take off using the carrier’s bow ramp. The warship is set to perform its first tour of duty next year.
As wildfires continue to scorch the US West Coast, area winemakers are bracing for possible production and revenue hits due to the rejection of grapes that have been tainted by heavy smoke.
A Massachusetts construction worker died after eating around a bag and a half of black licorice every day for a few weeks, doctors revealed in a case report published Thursday.
After a monthslong delay, the US Navy has released its first batch of unclassified probe documents tied to the 1963 implosion of the USS Thresher (SSN-593), which killed all 129 shipyard personnel and crew aboard.
Another US Navy F/A-18 Super Hornet has been forced to suddenly land at Naval Air Station (NAS) Oceana. In just two weeks, two of the advanced, carrier-based jets have suffered engine fires.
In February 2019, US billionaire Robert Kraft, owner of the top-ranked American football team, the New England Patriots, was charged with soliciting prostitution following a month-long investigation by Jupiter county police in Florida into sex trafficking that included installing hidden cameras at a massage parlor visited by the investor.
New York’s Black Brook town council has moved to not rename its jurisdiction of Swastika, arguing that the word’s original Sanskrit definition of well-being trumps the modern view of the word and symbol.
The death toll from the global coronavirus infection has topped 975,000, while over 31.7 million cases have been detected, of whom almost 21.8 million people have recovered, according to Baltimore, Maryland's Johns Hopkins University, which tracks and compiles data from national and local authorities, the media and other sources.