Reacting to a Monday State Department announcement regarding Hillary Clinton staffers’ mishandling of an email server, US President Donald Trump wondered whether the Dems would be as eager to investigate the former Secretary of State as they are to probe Trump’s alleged crimes.
Now, with that kind of support behind him, the incumbent US President will undoubtedly become the next US President, right? Right?
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has revealed that Russian S-400 air defence systems may start being delivered to Turkey in the first half of July.
The suit was 3D-printed from titanium, while the engine was provided by a UK-based jetpack builder. While not as sleek and maneuverable as Tony Stark’s fictional villain-fighting invention, at least it’s real.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced Tuesday that the government made a decision to greenlight the expansion of the controversial Trans Mountain pipeline, which Canada boughtfor $4.5 billion last year.
The social media-savvy astronaut published his discovery as the world prepares to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the first human landing on the lunar surface this July.
The Pentagon’s announcement Monday that it would send an additional 1,000 troops to the Middle East is a “show of force” by the Trump administration amid tensions with Iran, Ann Wright, a former US Army colonel and US State Department official in Afghanistan who resigned in protest of the invasion of Iraq, told Sputnik.
Israel’s Rafael Advanced Defense Systems has introduced a new version of its SPICE bomb with a “deep-learning algorithm” that learns from previous bomb strikes to better select and track its targets.