The White House just got a little less spicy, and our hearts just got a little bit smaller as Team Sputnik’s favorite White House personality, former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer, has announced his resignation.
Justine Damond, an Australian woman residing in Minneapolis, Minnesota, was killed by a police officer after she called 911 herself. The specifics of the incident are still unknown, as both officers involved had their body cameras off.
Counselor to the President Kellyanne Conway made the grievous mistake of holding up mostly-blank flash cards in an appearance on Sean Hannity’s talk show on Fox News.
The liberation of Mosul from Daesh terror group (outlawed in Russia) opens the way to a potentially dangerous collision between Iran, Syria and Hezbollah against Saudi Arabia, Israel and their allies backed by the United States, analysts told Sputnik.
First Lady of Poland Agata Kornhauser-Duda snubbed US President Donald Trump during their meeting at the G20 Summit when she moved past his outstretched hand, denying him a handshake ... for a few seconds.
As North Korea continues to beef up its missile program, the United States warned that it might use military force against Pyongyang or sever trade relations with China if the international community fails to take strong action, as both Russia and China warned against any further escalation of a tense situation in their backyard.
Major US oil and gas companies have expressed concerns over the US draft law stipulating new sanctions against Russia, as the bill could hinder the implementation of their projects with participation of companies from Russia, US media reported Monday.
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