In a WTF moment that could have been ripped straight out of a Saturday Night Live script, a Trump appointee for a federal judge position admitted under Senate questioning that he has no experience with the law.
US instructors are training new military formations in the Syrian province of Al Hasakah in order to counter Russia, first Deputy Chairman of the Russian upper house Committee on Defense and Security Frants Klintsevich said Saturday.
Okay, it’s not armageddon, but a large-ish asteroid will blast reasonably close to the Earth on December 16, and we can thank NASA and global space observatories for making the event a comfortable spectator sport.
The former UK prime minister who played a controversial role during the invasion of Iraq in 2003 has now expressed his intent to return to British politics and make a stand against the country’s attempt to secede from the EU.
An ever-increasing mix of gridlocked roadways, smartphone distractions and drunk driving arrests has resulted in California now being rewarded with the pole position in the race for Worst US Drivers by State, according to a new report.
Michigan State University economist Mark Skidmore's calculations uncovering a whopping $21 trillion in suspected wasteful spending by the DoD and the Department of House and Urban Development over a period of twenty years may have yielded their first results, with the Pentagon announcing an department-wide audit.
Europe’s energy sustainability is in danger, as excessive regulation, environmentalist lobbies, and globalist interests are choking off the continent’s only reliable and domestically-available source of energy – coal.
Amid tempers flaring on the Korean Peninsula, Japan is mulling an increase in its defense expenditures in order to cover costs of implementing the Aegis Ashore US missile interceptor system, media report.
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