From Congress to the Cabinet, US President Donald Trump’s laundry list of alleged scandals are putting party loyalty and logic to the test. Despite a seemingly chaotic media showing from Trump critics and allies alike, it’s unclear whether these recent developments are enough to move the needle and actually produce a presidential impeachment.
On 21 October, Canada held its 43rd general election, with the voting taking place in 338 districts. The leading competitors were the ruling Liberal Party led by Justin Trudeau and Andrew Sheer's Conservative Party.
Amid an ongoing withdrawal of US troops, Defence Secretary Mark Esper announced that some will not be transferred to Iraq, as was expected, but will instead stay to "guard" Syrian oil fields from being seized by the remnants of Daesh*.
The graffiti artwork was repeatedly painted over during the weekend, as Alberta residents say the climate activist does not offer working solutions in her climate speeches.
On Monday, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu returned the mandate to form a government to President Reuven Rivlin after the former failed to form a ruling coalition within the 28-day deadline.
As the US House Democrats’ impeachment inquiry continues, a recent survey conducted by Gallup has found that a near-record-high percentage of Americans view the country’s leadership as the main problem plaguing the US.
The military aircraft, created in 1964 still remains faster than any other fighter plane even from the fourth and fifth generations.
Egyptian pyramids have long been viewed as burial places, given the artefacts uncovered during excavation efforts, however, all scientifically curious relics lie on the surface, forcing specialists to even go dozens of feet underwater to make their breakthrough discoveries.