Four ships with the Freedom Flotilla Coalition (FFC) are heading to the Gaza Strip in an effort to “break the siege” of the enclave, which the United Nations has long called illegal. Three of the ships departed Copenhagen, Denmark, on Monday and are expected to be joined by a fourth en route.
Samuel Shaffer, the self-proclaimed “seer” of a Utah doomsday cult, has been sentenced to 25 years in prison for child rape and child abuse.
Dr. Windell Davis-Boutte, who calls herself “Atlanta's most experienced cosmetic surgeon” on her website, is facing multiple malpractice lawsuits after patients revealed harrowing stories of botched or incorrect surgeries and negligent after-care.
Police and protesters clashed violently in Paris streets Tuesday, with fire and water cannons turning neighborhoods into chaos.
Washington seeks to embrace a new concept that stipulates the use of cyber warfare tools to disable adversary missiles before they leave their launchpad in case of an imminent missile threat against the United States, The Daily Beast reported, citing the Pentagon’s document from May 2017.
Amazon is practically giving away facial recognition technology to at least two police departments in the United States, according to new documents obtained by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU). The technology is so powerful that roughly 40 civil liberties groups have lodged a protest with the company.
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.
This past weekend, a sinkhole developed on the White House’s North Lawn.
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