Wednesday night, US President Donald Trump revved up his rhetoric against members of “The Squad” and was met with a crowd cheering for Rep. Ilhan Omar’s deportation. Despite disagreeing with the chants, Trump stands by his initial tweets, which some say came about due to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s own lack of leadership.
As Iran continues to respond to US provocations by pushing the limits of the 2015 nuclear deal, its European partners sense a growing urgency to salvage the agreement and avert war before it’s too late.
Protests in Puerto Rico have entered their sixth day, following violent clashes between demonstrators and police in the capital of San Juan on Wednesday night.
According to reports, electric car availability for European consumers could increase exponentially over the next three years. Dr David Tyfield, a Reader at Lancaster University’s environment, has weighed in on the future of electric cars in Europe.
Instagram is hiding the number of likes on posts in several countries, including Australia and Japan, to "ease the pressure" on users. At the moment, Instagram users see a running total of people who have liked a post. In the trial, users will see a user name "and others" below posts.
BRUSSELS (Sputnik), Luc Rivet - Germany's former Defence Minister Ursula von der Leyen is likely to serve the interests of Germany and France as well as of the European Parliament's traditional parties after taking office as a new leader of the European Commission, according to a European Parliament member from Italy's Lega party, Mara Bizzotto.
New Delhi (Sputnik): By acting against key NATO ally Turkey for going ahead with the purchase of Russia's S-400 surface-to-air missile systems, the United States has sent a message to other countries that it remains a sensitive issue for them to buy Russian defence equipment, a former Indian diplomat has said.
Bitcoin has suffered a significant setback after plunging in value by thousands of dollars to take the cryptocurrency’s price to below $10,000. The losses mean bitcoin has shed more than a quarter of its value over the last seven days. Dr Iwa Salami from The University of East London commented on the issue.
According to the first government inquiry into what will happen to millennials in the UK who have been unable to get on the housing ladder; more than 600,000 members of so-called ‘Generation Rent’ are facing an “inevitable catastrophe” of homelessness when they retire.
Former UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson could be announced as the winner of the Conservative Party leadership race and therefore the nation's next prime minister. He said that he wants to secure a Brexit deal with the EU but is prepared to formally initiate the split without an agreement in place.
Following a Wednesday vote in the Ohio State Senate, it would appear the bankrupt FirstEnergy Solutions and its two nuclear power reactors are on track remain open, preserve jobs and more than likely kill off the possibility of renewable energy as an option for the state.
With only four Republicans and one independent voting in favor of a Tuesday House of Representatives resolution condemning US President Donald Trump for his comments about four Democratic congresswomen, Republicans continue to use the “Southern strategy” style of politics, according to Eugene Puryear, a host at Radio Sputnik.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Media leaks of a NATO report revealing locations of European sites where US nuclear weapons are stationed appear to be more a "minor embarrassment" than a big surprise, and will unlikely have any far-reaching consequences, experts said.
A Canadian senator for the NATO Parliamentary Assembly accidentally revealed that US weapons of mass destruction are stored in the EU countries - including Italy, Germany, Belgium and Netherlands. Paolo Raffone, a strategic analyst and director of the CIPI Foundation in Brussels, explained the possible outcome of this discovery.
The House Dems put aside their differences on 16 July, to pass a resolution against Donald Trump denouncing him for his "racist" remarks. A former American politician and a political scientist explain why the divisions within the Democratic Party are deeper than imaginable and what risks they bring.
The United Kingdom enters a new stage of a housing crisis, with more and more people ending up on the streets. Sputnik discussed the issue with George McNamara, Director of Policy and Influencing at Independent Age.
Former Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa has accused WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange of meddling in the 2016 US Presidential election from his country's embassy in London. The comment comes as Assange awaits potential extradition to the US, following his removal from the embassy in April.
Former President Bill Clinton is trying to distance himself from billionaire paedophile Jeffrey Epstein, who has remained in detention since 6 July, however, Clinton's statement has made matters even worse triggering new questions and suspicions, says Wall Street analyst Charles Ortel.
Over the past few days, CNN has published two reports claiming that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange allegedly meddled in the 2016 US presidential elections.
The Conservative Party leadership race is nearing its end, with Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt taking part in one final debate before the results from the postal ballot come in next week. But just who will come out on top? And would either candidate be able to finally deliver Brexit? Sputnik has spoken with Marty Caine, leader of ENGAGE for more.