In what has to be the shortest-yet transit of the Russiagate lies-to-refutation pipeline, the Miami Herald provided extensive evidence in a Thursday article disproving its own outlandish misreading of the Mueller report’s conclusions about supposed Russian hacking of Florida’s election system in 2016.
The much-anticipated report describing Special Counsel Mueller's 23-month probe into the alleged ties between the Trump campaign and Russia was released on 18 April. Speaking to Sputnik, Wall Street analyst Charles Ortel has shared his first thoughts about the document and how it boomeranged at the Democratic Party.
A notable UFO investigator who formerly worked for the British military noted that the design of the craft described in the patent looks similar to that of a suspected UFO allegedly encountered by US fighter pilots over the Pacific fifteen years ago.
The US has long been considered the world’s largest melting pot of nations but recent findings have driven scientists to conclude that it is not an exclusive role. A DNA study of Crusaders’ remains has suggested that the Western European army, fighting for Jerusalem and Christian relics, was not that European after all.
The European Union of Gymnastics choice of awards for tournament participants has apparently become a cause of concern for some social media users who wondered whether it might be interpreted as a racist gesture.
The footage was captured during preparations for the traditional Victory Day Parade that will take place near the Kremlin in Moscow on 9 May.
BBC host Emily Maitlis, who gave a glimpse into her career as a journalist in her new book Airhead: The Imperfect Art of Making News, has made some risqué claims about ex-POTUS Bill Clinton.
Since the arrival of the Trump administration, Washington has been taking a harsh approach towards Iran in its foreign policy. The US notably withdrew from the Iran nuclear deal on 8 May 2018 and imposed hefty sanctions against Tehran's oil, banking and shipping sectors in November of the same year.