The strategic South China Sea is becoming so important to the Chinese government that Beijing plans to launch as many as 10 satellites into space over the next three years to maintain non-stop surveillance on the waterway.
Daesh plans to continue calling on terror cells and lone wolves to attack US churches during the Christmas season and has focused on the National Cathedral in Washington, DC, as an especially juicy target, according to a new report.
While morning commute drama usually comes only in the form of train delays and traffic jams, this was not the case for a group of Brooklyn commuters heading to work in the Big Apple Thursday.
A high-ranking member of the Scottish National Party refuted claims of a boycott allegedly imposed by the party leadership against RT and Sputnik.
Scientists announced Thursday that they have detected no alien "signals" on the recently discovered cigar-shaped interstellar space rock dubbed "Oumuamua," the Hawaiian word for "messenger."
The Tennessee-based Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity was indicted Thursday for a November 2016 hazing incident in which pledges were allegedly deprived of food, water and sleep, among other unpleasant things.
Russian Deputy Defense Minister Yuri Borisov has confirmed that work is underway on the design of a new vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) aircraft. Military observer Vadim Saranov outlines what's driving the military's interest in this class of aircraft, and considers whether Russia's aviation industry has the resources and know-how to build it.
In a remote corner of Africa a group of Anglophone rebels want to carve a country out of French-speaking Cameroon. Is there more to the conflict than just language differences?
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