US defense leaders and lawmakers are making plans for what to do with the six F-35As already built for Turkey, now that it seems certain Ankara will never be allowed to buy them. Millions of dollars are being set aside to store the advanced jets, which the Air Force will get first pick at buying.
The Knesset's failure to nominate a candidate for prime minister has prompted the dissolution of its 22nd convocation and triggered what will be Israel's third round of voting in less than a year.
Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz just barely “lifted up the blanket” covering the origins of Russiagate, but US Attorney John Durham’s wide-ranging report will remove the whole blanket, exposing the Russophobic paranoia behind when the FBI “went rogue,” author and journalist Daniel Lazare told Sputnik Wednesday.
WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - The US House of Representatives has passed the 2020 National Defence Authorisation Act (NDAA) that includes provisions stipulating sanctions against Russia and Turkey.
A new cybersecurity report asserts that North Korea-based hackers belonging to Lazarus Group have recently teamed up with the “most resourceful Russian botnet operation on the landscape.”
Chilean officials announced Wednesday afternoon they had located debris from a Chilean Air Force C-130 transport that disappeared the previous day while bound for Antarctica.
The Federal Court of Canada has ruled that the Canadian Human Rights Commission improperly dismissed Aaren Jagadeesh's discrimination complaint based on sexual orientation, as the defendant claimed he was not promoted because he wasn’t gay or bi.
The perpetrator apparently ended up fleeing the model’s residence after discovering that her safe, which she opened as per his demands, turned out to be empty.