With less than three weeks before UK pilots stationed at a South Carolina Marine Corps base are scheduled to cross the Atlantic with four F-35 fighter jets in June, the pilots are getting in as much training as possible on the jets before the aircraft reach their initial operational capability milestone later this year.
American supermarket chain Publix is facing mockery for refusing to write “summa cum laude” on a graduation cake because staff considered the Latin word “cum” too profane.
Fast food giant McDonald’s is being sued by 10 female employees in the US who say they were sexually harassed in the workplace and their supervisors were either complicit or did nothing to help them.
The prince, who names himself as an “opposition member” and has been living in Germany for several years with no direct contact with the Saudi Royal Family, is used to give interviews, providing provocative 'insights' into the life of the Kingdom’s rulers.
The discovery of gear meant for protection against chemical weapons was part of a vast stock of NATO weapons found Monday by the Syrian military and members of the Russian Center for Syrian Reconciliation in territory recently freed from militants.
Yair Netanyahu, the 26-year-old former IDF media relations officer who gained global notoriety last week by posting a picture captioned "F**k Turkey" in the style of the Turkish flag, may have risen to some measure of international recognition for the first time. But inside Israel, he's known for a series of scandals going back at least five years.
It was reported in May the Trump administration intends to release a Middle East peace roadmap, drawn up by Trump's son-in-law and senior adviser Jared Kushner and special envoy for international negotiations Jason Greenblatt, sometime in June. However, the plan may have been derailed, or at least undermined, if Broidy and Nader had had their way.
Have you ever felt like an alien because you do things differently from everybody else? Don’t worry, you’re not alone: an asteroid found to orbit backwards around the sun has turned out to be from a completely different solar system.
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