Last week, Alaskan Senator Dan Sullivan announced that the US Air Force would deploy 150 F-22 and F-35 fighter jets to his state, and said that they, as well as the construction of America's first deepwater port in the Arctic Circle, will send a ‘message’ to Russia and China about US power projection capabilities in the Arctic.
26 people, including 20 air cadets and seven flight crew, were killed after the Antonov AN-26 military transport plane they were traveling in slammed into the ground outside an air base about 420 km east of Kiev on Friday night. One cadet survived the crash.
As one of the research authors explained, no matter what a time traveler does in the past, the events will simply “adjust themselves to any inconsistency”.
It is widely known by scientists that some living beings simply do not require the actual act of fertilisation to reproduce - and this has nothing to do with the doctrine propounded by Christians to explain the birth of Jesus Christ from his virgin mother.
Back in January 2017 then president-elect Donald Trump had taken a swipe at the intelligence community, mocking them over a delayed scheduled briefing on alleged Russian meddling in the presidential elections because they "needed more time to build a case."
According to reports, 2019 was big on UFO sightings across the United States, with New York reportedly registering a 52 per cent surge in reports, triggering heightened media attention focused on the controversial and fascinating phenomenon.
In May, Spotify signed a contract worth $100 million with American comedian and UFC colour commentator, Joe Rogan, to bring his ‘The Joe Rogan Experience’ podcast exclusively to the digital-streaming platform by September, including moving his full library, dating back 11 years. Spotify employees protested against some of the comedian’s content.
The global death toll from the coronavirus infection exceeded 987,000, more than 32.4 million cases have been detected, and almost 22.3 million of those patients have been cured, according to Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland, which tracks and compiles data from national and local authorities, the media and other sources.