The US might still have several weeks to go before the 2018 midterm elections, but politicos and politicians alike are already thinking about 2020, when the US presidency is up for grabs. US President Donald Trump’s fundraising is moving at full speed, and Democratic challengers are testing the waters for their chance to run against him.
An online dating application for Apple and Android phones launched on Monday and was almost immediately hit by cyber attackers. One security researcher even discovered private information for every user exposed in a publicly available database.
US President Donald Trump rose to the defense of Riyadh again on Tuesday, as the case of missing Saudi columnist Jamal Khashoggi looms large.
China is preparing to launch the first of three satellites that will help researchers in their mission to detect gravitational waves.
In the 2018 fiscal year, the US government spent $779 billion more than it collected in taxes as increased tax and fee collections from a flourishing economy failed to keep up with rising government spending, the US Department of the Treasury and the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) revealed in a Monday press release.
Turkish prosecutors filed charges against football player Arda Turan on Monday over a brawl that broke out last week at an Istanbul nightclub between the 31-year-old midfielder and Turkish singer Berkay Sahin.
Members of American far-right group Patriot Prayer were discovered with a cache of long guns on a rooftop of a building ahead of a protest in Portland in August, police said Monday.
The grounds of the National Mall and the White House form the backgrounds of iconic American protests from Martin Luther King Jr.’s 1963 March on Washington to the 2018 March for Our Lives. The new US administration, however, has proposed overhauling the current rules for protests, threatening US citizens’ rights to free speech on public property.
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