It seems that after bombing Syria, the US president has really decided that the "mission is accomplished" and turned to his Gulf friends in order to ask them to clean up the mess.
It seems that Soviet-era air defense systems are "oldies, but goodies" as most of Trump's "nice and smart" missiles had been repelled by "outdated" Damascus' hardware.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg took to Capitol Hill Tuesday for an almost five-hour US Senate hearing related to Facebook’s sharing of its users’ personal data with third party apps.
It seems that the infamous Syrian NGO White Helmets are unfamiliar with "better safe than sorry" motto.
While NATO continues to store the alliance’s not inconsiderable nuclear arsenal in facilities within its non-nuclear member states, Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg is apparently not too keen to tell the public exactly which countries participate in this program.
During a campaign event in Austin, Texas Republican Senator Ted Cruz was approached by a concerned voter who, on top of the issue of health insurance, asked the congressman to “submit to a DNA test” to prove he is human.
US President Donald Trump has confirmed his intent to bring home the US military forces currently deployed in Syria, even though some US officials have indicated that Washington has other intentions.
Following a series of tweets on Monday slamming immigration laws and a lack of southern border security, US President Donald Trump doubled down Tuesday with a verbal promise to “do some things militarily” along the US-Mexico border.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has continued a heated verbal exchange with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan as Ankara slams Tel Aviv for actions against Palestinian protesters in the Gaza Strip.
After her tweet mocking Parkland school shooting survivor David Hogg’s rejection from multiple colleges, Laura Ingraham is now using “the spirit of Holy Week” in an apology to save her reputation and job.
As the United States and a number of European countries have expelled dozens of Russian diplomats over claims that Moscow was allegedly involved in the nerve agent attack on a former Russian spy in the UK, Austria's leaders have declared that it won't follow suit, despite pressure from London.
A number of Western countries have moved to expel dozens of Russian diplomats over a plot involving a former intelligence agent turned traitor and a mysterious nerve agent, though some European states have either outright refused to follow suit or have displayed a reluctance to enact such measures.
Though expressing reluctance, US President Donald Trump on Friday did sign a $1.3 trillion omnibus spending bill that “nobody read,” despite previous threats of a veto.
It seems that Washington is going to make an offer to Turkey that's hard to refuse.
Sometimes karma strikes back!
Former FBI Director James Comey’s forthcoming memoir, “A Higher Loyalty: Truth, Lies and Leadership,” received an unconventional boost in pre-order sales after US President Donald Trump took to Twitter to “expose” him.
Stormy Daniels’ lawyer, Michael Avenatti, took to MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” to confirm the adult film star has been receiving physical threats as a result of her speaking on her alleged 2006 affair with US President Donald Trump.
US President Donald Trump took to Twitter Monday morning to announce that Rex Tillerson, 69th United States secretary of state, would be replaced by CIA Director Mike Pompeo.
Blame Russia, for sure!
An historic meeting between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is in the making - hopefully, the two will sort out troubling things and do away with nuclear tensions.
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