The US Senate passed a funding measure in an 84 to 10 vote on Wednesday in an effort to prevent a government shutdown at the end of the month. The legislation now heads to US President Donald Trump's desk for his signature.
Recently released dashcam footage shows a Florida driver opening fire at another vehicle. It is unknown whether the man, seen repeatedly firing through his windshield, or the other armed motorist has been charged with any crimes in relation to the documented incident.
US Army officials unveiled plans on Tuesday for a vehicle-mounted electronic jamming system that will uniquely have the ability to jam incoming projectiles, fouling their targeting in the moments before impact.
French Olympic figure skater Morgan Cipres has retired from the sport amid an ongoing criminal probe into his allegedly sending lewd direct messages to a 13-year-old American figure skater via Instagram.
The presidents discussed the tense situation in the region in a phone call initiated by the French side, calling on the parties to the conflict to immediately down arms.
The coronavirus continues to spread across the world, forcing numerous countries to re-impose severe anti-pandemic measures. The number of infected globally now stands at 33,500,000, while the death toll has climbed to more than one million.
WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - The head of a Hawaiian defense contractor has been charged for trying to steal nearly $13 million in COVID-19 relief funds, the US Justice Department said in a press release.
Despite the amplitude of the quake, which, according to the Richter scale is considered "strong", scientists forecast no tsunami in the area.