An Australian national who claims to have predicted many international political and financial events, also predicts the world will see an assassination of an undisclosed world leader using drone technology in the next three years.
The US House of Representatives voted Wednesday evening to hold Attorney General William Barr and Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross in criminal contempt over their refusal to turn over subpoenaed documents concerning the Trump administration's drive to place a citizenship question on the 2020 census.
In March 1988 three unarmed IRA terrorists were gunned down by British special forces on the Rock of Gibraltar, amid great controversy. The UK National Archives has just released files which cover how the UK government reacted to European Court of Justice’s rulings seven years later.
An employee at the Temple Emanu-El synagogue in Marblehead, Massachusetts, found the flyers on Monday and notified the police, local media reported.
Officials in the city of West Palm Beach, Florida, are reportedly tired of homeless people regularly gathering at one of the city's landmarks - Lake Pavilion. City Parks and Recreation director Leah Rockwell told local media that staffers and customers should not have to walk over bodies when they are setting up events.
A study published earlier this week is confirming something some parents have known for a while: social media and television are wreaking havoc on teenagers’ mental health.
On 23 July Theresa May will leave 10 Downing Street, handing over to her successor as Prime Minister. Sputnik has been examining files in the National Archives from 1964 which go into great detail about what Downing Street bills were the responsibility of the then prime minister.
If you’ve ever tried to solve a Rubik’s Cube, you know it can be equally frustrating and exciting. But even if you’re a master of the puzzle, your best time is sure to pale in comparison to that of a new, computerized opponent.