In an interview with Defense News Saturday, US Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Dave Goldfein refused to say for certain that the Pentagon’s F-35s will never operate from Incirlik Air Base in Turkey. Ankara was recently barred from buying the jet out of fears it would be compromised by the Russian S-400 system the country operates.
On Saturday, Sotheby’s auction house in New York celebrated the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing by auctioning three original NASA videotapes depicting the event for $1.82 million.
A US family fishing in Cape Cod, Massachusetts, Saturday captured the moment a great white shark leapt out of the water and snatched a bass off a fishing line as the fish was being reeled in.
The Trump administration has been trying to achieve a deal with the Taliban on the US military withdrawal from Afghanistan.
Earlier Monday, Iranian media revealed details on a major cyber-espionage ring allegedly run by US intelligence, saying that a total of 17 CIA-trained spies had been identified, and publishing photos and video materials of alleged US attempts to recruit Iranians to work against their government.
A person familiar with the model’s career insisted that she never did any actual porn and/or full frontal nudity, and was merely a glamour model in the past.
Man-made canals surrounding Turkey Point nuclear plant in South Florida have become home to hundreds of once-endangered American crocodiles. Last week, 73 crocodile hatchlings were rescued by a group of biologists to be measured, tagged with microchips and released into the wild again.
It all started as an apparent farce but has undoubtedly been blown out of proportion, as just under 2 million people signal their intent to storm one of the most highly protected facilities in the United States.