Geraldine Lovely, the staff sergeant at the Nellis Air Force Base in Nevada who made racist comments in a video that went viral last year, was separated from the US Air Force on April 5.
Prosecutors in Massachusetts dropped charges against American actor Kevin Spacey, who had been accused of groping a 18-year-old man at a resort island bar in 2016.
As over a million people have jumped on the bandwagon to “storm Area 51” – something that was announced in early July on a Facebook event page – warnings have been issued by the US Air Force that the enthusiasts could be shot for security reasons.
Earlier this month, Washington decided to impose economic sanctions on Ankara over its acquisition of the Russian air defence systems. The Pentagon also claims that the S-400 deal could compromise the F-35 stealth fighter project.
The House Dems put aside their differences on 16 July, to pass a resolution against Donald Trump denouncing him for his "racist" remarks. A former American politician and a political scientist explain why the divisions within the Democratic Party are deeper than imaginable and what risks they bring.
In a report detailing NATO’s deterrence policy, a Canadian senator for the Defence and Security Committee of the alliance’s Parliamentary Assembly accidentally revealed several sites the US uses to store its weapons of mass destruction in Europe. The list includes bases in Turkey, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, and Belgium.
The US Army is working with officials within the US Navy to help upgrade its High Energy Laser Tactical Vehicle Demonstrator (HEL TVD) so that it can better combat aerial strikes from enemy drone swarms.
The German chancellor's visible tremors, which have been spotted on at least three occasions during her recent public appearances, have become a point of concern for some politicians and citizens questioning her ability to lead the government; however, 60% of the country's population believes that Merkel's health is her own private matter.