Per orders from US President Donald Trump, the Pentagon has begun planning for a military parade of epic proportions in order to showcase and celebrate America’s military strength and, more importantly, give Trump the event he has craved since Bastille Day 2017.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said that the United States had a plan against Turkey, Iran and probably Russia in Syria, claiming that the US military presence there was directed against the aforementioned countries after the defeat of Daesh.
Renowned comedian Jim Carrey has deleted his Facebook profile citing - guess what? - the alleged Russian interference in the US elections in 2016. A lot of internet users immediately launched an avalanche of ridicule on him.
Monday marked the 15-year anniversary of then-Secretary of State Colin Powell’s anthrax-aided presentation to the United Nations Security Council, asserting military action as the only option against Iraq.
On February 3, a group of German lawmakers arrived in Crimea to to "send a special signal by the visit," according to the member of Berlin's House of Representatives, who added that they "consider mutually beneficial coexistence with Russia very important."
Having reviewed Russia’s appeal against the International Olympic Committee (IOC), the Court of Arbitration for Sports (CAS) has acquitted a number of Russian athletes previously banned for life for alleged doping abuse.
After a US spy plane was intercepted over the Black Sea by a Russian fighter jet, the US Navy released a whole series of videos depicting the incident from different angles, and complaining that the interaction was apparently "unsafe".
With US President Donald Trump’s first State of the Union address scheduled for Tuesday evening, speculation abounds as sources attempt to prep netizens for the political event.
That awkward moment when terrorists in Syria are able to get radio-electronic equipment manufactured in European countries which pretend to be fighting against terrorism. Is that just a coincidence?
Apart from sanctions, Americans and Russians have other topics to discuss at the 2018 World Economic Forum in Davos, but it seems like the US delegation prefers to avoid the representatives from Moscow.
Hawaii Governor David Ige recently revealed that neglecting to remember his Twitter handle and password delayed his tweet correcting the accidental January 13 ballistic missile alert by 17 minutes.
Global US approval ratings have plummeted dramatically since the presidency of Barack Obama, according to a recent Gallup poll. On the contrary, China's approval is rising.
Turkey started a new operation in Syria aimed at Kurdish militia in Afrin. Dr. Huseyin Bagci, the chair of the international relations department at Ankara's Middle East Technical University, told Sputnik he believed "America definitely has provoked" Turkey by its arms supplies to Kurds.
As the clock ticks away until midnight, the Senate floor does not look promising in terms of passing a short-term spending bill that would effectively prevent a government shutdown.
Despite the tide of approval generated after Oprah Winfrey’s inspiring Golden Globes speech, a recent poll reveals the majority of US voters are not keen on putting the O in the Oval Office.
Bitcoin's triumphant ascendance came to an abrupt halt on Wednesday, January 17, after its price plummeted amid disturbing rumors about government regulation coming from the Far East.
As the US intelligence community and mass media continue to valiantly pursue their quest of ferreting out the alleged collusion between US President Donald Trump and Moscow, a former CIA officer reveals who really attempted to interfere with the US presidential election of 2016.
"In November, we started delivering the first F-52s and F-35 fighter jets," US President Donald Trump said during a press conference with Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg.
An extramarital affair involving Missouri Governor Eric Greitens has come to light, and the ex-husband of the woman in question is accusing the governor of blackmail and assault.
That awkward moment when a convoy of six US howitzers was stopped in due to multiple irregularities during transport.
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