Washington wants to make its EU counterparts impose more sanctions on Russia, but EU leaders appear reluctant, the Financial Times reports.
Menage Life, a company attempting to break the world record for the biggest orgy, announced Wednesday that it would be holding its record-busting sex party at a new venue after Las Vegas’ Embassy Suites backed away as host.
The US has spent $2.8 trillion on counterterrorism since the September 11 attack, a new report by the Stimson Center has found. The report is the first of its kind to attempt to accurately account for spending in this field.
South Carolina Department of Corrections (SCDC) officials announced plans Thursday to use drones to keep tabs on people behind bars in the state. The news represents an about-face for the department, which fought for years to keep drones away from their facilities, blaming them for delivering contraband to inmates.
The US Air Force is stationing MQ-9 Reaper drones at Greece’s Larisa Air Force Base, the first time the unmanned aerial vehicles will be making a home there, it was reported Thursday.
Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein is going to turn himself in to New York City police on Friday to face sex abuse charges, sources familiar with the case revealed Thursday.
Viktoria Skripal has expressed concerns that her cousin Yulia's first public testimony since her poisoning may have been made under duress. Political observer Igor Shatrov isn't so sure and says there's one moment in her statement which completely undermines London's claims about Moscow being responsible for the poisoning of Yulia and her father.
ST. PETERSBURG (Sputnik) - French President Emmanuel Macron said Thursday after talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin that Paris recognizes Russia's 'Role of Strong Leader' in International Relations, including in the Middle East.
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