Though House Democrats announced Tuesday they would be proceeding with articles of impeachment against US President Donald Trump, one journalist argues not will the process come to a slowing halt in the Senate, but may also result in hearings that could further damage former Vice President Joe Biden’s 2020 presidential campaign.
On Tuesday, China’s space agency unveiled incredible 3D images from the Gaofen-7 satellite, a mapping probe capable of resolving objects less than 1 meter wide.
As Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov pays a visit to Washington, it seems Turkey may get a pass for resettling Syrian refugees on Kurdish land due to Ankara’s geopolitical value. However, the fates of Syria’s Idlib and the many US-Russia arms control treaties still hang in the balance, a security analyst told Sputnik.
Researchers at the Institute of Nuclear Research in Hungary published a new study to the arXiv database offering further evidence of an entirely new particle first suggested three years ago, which could both resolve the mystery of dark matter and potentially reveal a fifth force of nature – yet experts have some doubts.
Multiple law enforcement forces responded to a shooting incident on Tuesday, according to the US Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF).
The US Defense Department's Office of the Inspector General (OIG) announced Tuesday it is launching an investigation into the use of military personnel on the US’ southern border with Mexico.
A 75-foot-tall wave was recorded about 20 miles off the coast of California’s Cape Mendocino on November 26, becoming the largest wave ever recorded off of the state’s coast, according to scientists at the Scripps Institute for Oceanography of the University of California San Diego.
The Mediterranean Sea has proven to be an important source of archaeological findings so far, including such relics as houses, batch complexes, a tomb, a cemetery and several massive ship wreckages dating back to Roman times.