Following a meeting between Emmanuel Macron and Donald Trump, the French president asserted that the US leader may rescind his intention to leave the global Paris Climate Accord.
A plane headed from Florida to Indiana last month turned around halfway through its trip because its cabin got so hot passengers began to get sick.
The world's first self-fueling boat has set off from Paris on a journey around the world that is expected to take six years.
Ukraine's National Anti-Corruption Bureau has mistakenly accompanied a tweet about the arrest of the management of the Lviv Armored Vehicle Factory with a photo of Uralvagonzavod, the Russian tank and machine-building plant best known for its production of the T-90 tank. The flub caused a mild uproar on the Bureau's Twitter page.
Scientists have come up with new energy-recycling stairs that allow people with mobility problems to walk up or down stairs again.
Scientists have identified the hardiest animal, which is able to survive any astrophysical catastrophe and will outlive humans by billions of years, until the end of the Earth.
US President Donald Trump promised to find solution to his decision on US withdrawal from the Paris Climate Change Agreement, French President Emmanuel Macron told the Journal du Dimanche newspaper.
Several prominent professors of psychiatry affiliated with prestigious American universities have written an open letter to the US Congress asking for the “lawful” removal of US President Donald Trump.
Cutting edge artificial intelligence algorithms will soon join the fight against global terrorism.
After submitting a request for public comment about whether US voters’ personal data should be made public, the White House has published the responses of those who replied -- along with their personal data.
Poor diet and a lack of physical activity have long been regarded as the major causes of the world's obesity epidemic. However a recent study has identified that common environmental pollutants could also play a role. Sputnik talked to one of the authors to find out what effect house dust containing these compounds might have on fat cells.
The MAKS-2017 International Aviation and Space Salon is set to kick off on Tuesday, with over two dozen countries expected to present the latest in aircraft technology. RIA Novosti contributor Andrei Kotz rounds up the top five most interesting aircraft, vehicles and other tech never-before-seen at the show.
In an age where every man, woman or child can purchase a drone at a store or online, the US Air Force, feeling stuck in the past, is calling on Congress to give them permission to shoot down the dastardly toys.
A family of Somali-Americans, all of whom are US citizens, are suing the US government for detaining them for 11 hours after they attempted to re-enter the country following a trip to Canada. The family claim they were also subjected to unreasonable search and seizures.
The Western countries have blocked the contacts of the United Nations Organization for Education, Science and Culture (UNESCO) with the heritage sites in Crimea, even though the organization itself did not suspended such ties, Russia's Permanent Delegate to UNESCO Alexander Kuznetsov told Sputnik on Friday.
The international community should bridge the existing divides and come together to avoid such tragic events as the destruction of Syria's historic city of Palmyra or even "much more frightening scenarios," renowned Russian conductor Valery Gergiev told the RT broadcaster.
Talk about a hole in the head. A doctor at a Hong Kong public hospital allegedly botched a brain surgery on an 86-year-old patient, drilling a hole on the wrong side of the man’s cranium and nearly killing him with a major blood clot.
The Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) issued a release on Friday urging the Ukrainian government to stop harassing reporters working for the Radio Vesti station in Kiev.
The plot thickens! Debunking previous assumptions that your little corgi’s ancestors were only domesticated once, and then, you know, for all, a new study says dogs have actually been domesticated twice.
Have the hipsters officially gone too far? As the argument over whether one should, in fact, document every single insignificant moment continues, one woman in California has offered evidence suggesting that sometimes it’s best to just enjoy the moment.
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