Governor of New York Andrew Cuomo is facing scrutiny after two of his former aides opened up about allegedly being sexually harassed by the politician. Cuomo is coincidently caught in another controversy surrounding misreported COVID fatalities in New York state nursing homes.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Earlier in the day, The Wall Street Journal reported, citing two senior Western diplomats, that Iran would not engage in direct negotiations on the nuclear deal in the coming weeks.
Simulations have long suggested that gargantuan galaxies must have been receiving cold gas from dark matter filaments, but their origins, and details of the chemical composition of these infusions have hitherto been unknown to science.
Movie fans have been demanding that Warner Brothers remove Amber Heard from the Aquaman sequel ever since the leak of audio tapes in which she admitted to hitting her ex-husband Johnny Depp, whom she herself accused of domestic violence.
When hearing about Bill Gates one invariably thinks about Microsoft and philanthropy and yet the world's fourth richest man is very much into farming. In recent years, his investment company Cascade has been buying land as if his life depended on it.
Over the past few decades, researchers have increasingly proposed a handful of possible celestial alignments for the pyramids, especially with the Giza pyramid complex, given that ancient builders are believed to have been exceptionally attentive to signs from heaven, which is sure to have had a bearing on the choices they made.
MOSCOW, February 28 (Sputnik) - The United States' armed forces have airlifted 10 militants affiliated with the Daesh* terrorist organisation from their non-authorised military base in the northeastern Syrian town of Ash Shaddadi to the eastern province of Deir Ez-Zor, state-run Syrian news agency SANA reported on Sunday, citing its local sources.
The pandemic has claimed over 2.52 million lives worldwide, while the global tally has surpassed 113.7 million cases, according to Baltimore, Maryland's Johns Hopkins University.