A UK politician has suggested there might have been a conspiracy to prevent an inquiry into a hospital in England, where heavy sedatives were reportedly prescribed to older patients to keep them quiet and eventually led to their deaths.
Someone on Wikipedia actually added the US’ detention centers that house children of illegal immigrants arrested on Mexican border to a page that lists concentration and internment camps in history, placing them alongside Nazi death camps and camps used during Native American removals.
One of Deutsche Welle’s journalists found herself on the receiving end of football fans’ excitement as one of the fans passionately kissed her during her live report. The woman continued to report as if nothing happened.
On Monday, a Dunkin’ Donuts in Baltimore, Maryland, faced backlash from customers after placing a small red sign on the counter that morning promising their customers a free pastry and coffee if they snitch on employees speaking in any language other than English.
Twitter, which was once described by company executives as “the free speech wing of the free speech party,” can be held liable in court for falsely advertising the platform as a bastion of unfettered free speech, a California judge has ruled.
On Monday, two Akron, Ohio, firefighters were suspended on paid leave after being accused of creating pornographic videos at a fire station.
The physical and mental health of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, who is hiding out inside the Ecuadorean Embassy in London, is severely deteriorating, according to his lawyers.
A California emergency room doctor was suspended this week after a video of her accusing a patient of wanting narcotics went viral on Facebook.
During the program This Morning, Robbie Williams revealed what was going through his head when he stirred controversy with his gesture during the FIFA ceremony.
The breakdown in law in order across Britain is creeping up the political agenda but the reasons why youth crime is high and rising remain overlooked despite the number of people willing to talk about it. In a series of articles for Sputnik, we hear what they have to say.
A Polish football fan, who was crowned Miss Euro 2016, has arrived to Russia to support her team ahead of their first game in the World Cup.
A 21-year-old star of a controversial UK reality show known for sexual content and strong language has reportedly failed to let her bosses at the British Department of Education know she would appear on the program.
The arrest of Gonen Segev, who has been accused of working as a spy for Tehran, sparked a storm among Iranian social media users on Monday, with many arguing that Israel had gone crazy with its anti-Iran hysteria.
The former girlfriend of Manchester United player Jesse Lingard took to Instagram to melt the Internet with her bootylicious bikini photos.
The 20-year-old rapper, whose real name is Jahseh Dwayne Onfroy, was shot multiple times while sitting in his car on Monday afternoon.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Promobot, a manufacturer of customer service robots based in the Russian city of Perm, said on Tuesday that a US manufacturer of light-emitting-diode (LED) lamps signed a contract to deliver over 2,000 robots to the United States.
Sometimes snake retrieval experts and charmers forget just how deadly their "pets" can be, especially when they are "gravely" camera-shy, like this python.
Cooperating with students from the National Research Nuclear University MEPhI, Kurchatov Institute scientists have used their new technology, to perhaps extend service life of the VVER-440 reactor up to 45 years, saving the cost of dismantling the old facilities. The results of the research have been published in the Journal of Nuclear Materials.
Researchers from the National University of Science and Technology, MISiS, in cooperation with Togliatti State University, have developed a theory that will speed up the production of architectured materials with preset properties and advanced medical implants. The results of the research are published in the journal Progress in Materials Science.
Scientists from the National Research Nuclear University MEPhI have studied the properties of fullerene nanotubes, also known as "carbon peas," during stretching. The article on the project, which will help develop sophisticated nano-electronics, has been published in Diamond and Related Materials.
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