A 62-foot-diameter blimp deployed by the US National Security Agency was able to “intercept international shipping data emanating from the Long Island, New York, area” after taking flight from Solomons Island, Maryland, according to a classified NSA document published on Monday.
A “full scale” drill to prepare for terror attacks will be conducted by law enforcement officials across six cities in the Washington, DC, metropolitan area on Wednesday morning, including cities in Maryland and Northern Virginia.
A small town in central Florida will be celebrating Confederate History Day this week by flying the Confederate flag, as town officials say they have heard no objections to displaying the controversial Civil War symbol.
For the second time this decade, a sustained campaign to legalize marijuana has come to Switzerland. The new initiative intends to make the production and consumption of cannabis legal for adults, provided it’s for personal use.
On Monday, US Secretary of Defense James Mattis made an unannounced visit to Afghanistan, not long after President Donald Trump dropped the “Mother of all bombs” on Taliban targets in the country.
As clashes between the Maduro government in Venezuela and the opposition are getting more and more fierce, the US media is openly calling for an economic war against the Bolivarian Revolution government, blaming it for casualties on both sides of the conflict.
Posters bearing racist and anti-Semitic statements as well as a picture of Hitler in a party hat were found plastered around the campus of Princeton University.
Launched in October 1997, the robotic Cassini spacecraft made its final close flyby of Titan, Saturn’s largest moon, early Saturday, sending back troves of new images posted to space agency websites on Monday. Cassini is now preparing to align itself with the ringed planet, before plunging to what is expected to be a fiery death in mid September.
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