The US President is in hot water again: Stephanie Clifford, a pornstar in the past commonly known under her stage name Stormy Daniels, has sued Donald Trump over the "hush agreement" in connection with their alleged affair.
Following successful talks between Seoul and Pyongyang, North Korea’s leadership also expressed their openness to talks with the United States, despite Washington’s skepticism.
Relations between North Korea and South Korea are seemingly taking a turn for the better as the two nations have agreed to hold a summit next month to try to work out their differences, though it remains unclear what the US is going to make of this development.
Wednesday, Israeli nonprofit the Mikdash Educational Center expressed gratitude for US President Donald Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital by unveiling a freshly minted coin in his likeness.
On March 1, President Vladimir Putin addressed the Russian parliament, raising a wide range of topics including Moscow's social and economic policies, defense, and hi-tech development.
War in outer space is just a matter of time, US Air Force chief of staff, General David Goldfein believes.
It seems that Europe ought to impose additional sanctions against the Russian climate, as General Frost has occupied European territories, with European mass media claiming that Russia is to blame for the anomaly.
In a Monday speech to 39 state governors, US President Donald Trump chose to get a little personal in discussing the Marjory Stoneman Douglas school shooting and claimed he would have “run in there even if I didn’t have a weapon.”
A stunning victory by the Russian ice hockey squad during the Olympic finals in Pyeongchang has elicited snide remarks from a US media outlet, which in turn were met with a sharp rebuke from nonplussed Russian fans.
A week after the Parkland shooting, students from a number of Montgomery County, Maryland, high schools walked out of class to rally at the US Capitol in support of gun reform.
A storm by the name of Stormy Daniels has its sights set on US President Donald Trump after the president’s longtime lawyer, Michael Cohen, violated the gag agreement related to the alleged 2006 encounter.
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has arrived at Ankara to meet with top Turkish government officials as the relations between the United States and Turkey are far from thriving.
The head of the Russian lower house’s defense committee has responded to NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg who said the Alliance asked Moscow to be transparent in deploying its Iskander missiles in Kaliningrad.
On February 13, Israeli police reportedly recommended indicting the Israeli prime minister for bribery, fraud and breach of trust in two corruption cases. Benjamin Netanyahu in turn slammed the investigation - comparing it to "Swiss cheese" "full of holes" - and stressed the government was stable.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has urged Washington "to finish this theater with Daesh" and "remove the masks".
On Monday, former President Barack Obama unveiled his official portrait, revealing the work of the first African-American artists commissioned for the Smithsonian’s portraits collection. Not everyone is feeling the outcome.
While many were sleeping, the US government faced yet another shutdown amid budget talks - except this time, the closure only lasted a few hours rather than a weekend.
The Court of Arbitration for Sport effectively upheld the decision made by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to bar 45 Russian athletes and two coaches from participating in 2018 Winter Olympic Games, in a move which Swiss lawyers have already described as "disguised sanctions."
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.
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