US factory output is outpacing previous expectations due to solid demand at home and abroad, suggesting GDP projections remain in line with the expectations of a sustained 3-percent growth this year.
Republican US Senator Bob Corker while giving an interview to CBS news, has hinted that Trump wil pull out the deadline for the president to issue a new waiver to suspend Iran sanctions as part of the deal.
With tensions between Moscow and the West reaching approaching boiling point, Radio Sputnik discussed the elections in Russia and the prospects of US-Russian relations with Alex Christoforou, writer and director at The Duran Report.
US Attorney General Jeff Sessions fired Andrew McCabe on Friday. According to the AP news agency, he was keeping memos of his and former FBI Director James Comey's interactions with US President Donald Trump, which were provided to special counsel Robert Mueller.
NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg has lashed out at Russia, saying that the country is “becoming increasingly unpredictable and aggressive,” and insisted that the alliance must improve its defensive capabilities in the face of Russia’s nuclear threat.
According to the report by The Intercept, White House staffer Ryan P. McAvoy left a piece of paper with his email address and passwords at a Washington bus stop.
Throughout the ages, many variations of reptiles with two heads have been reported, but some of them happen to have other organs in pairs too.
On Saturday, President Donald Trump once again reiterated in his tweet that there was no collusion with Russia, insisting that the investigation, “based on fraudulent activities” “should never have been started.”
WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - US President Donald Trump said Saturday that the investigation of Special Counsel Robert Mueller into his alleged collusion with Russia is based on fraud and should not have been launched, as there had never been any collusion.
Earlier this week, US President Donald Trump was shown prototypes for his ardently-promised southern border wall with Mexico, but how far is it from here to construction of his “big beautiful wall?”
Audio engineers have used cutting-edge sampling technology to assemble bits and pieces of speeches made by US President John F. Kennedy into the address he would have made if he had not been assassinated on November 22, 1963.
The US, the world’s leading debtor nation, has reached another questionable milestone in its seemingly headlong rush into economic oblivion.
A UN reporter has called out Facebook as a tool for spreading “acrimony, dissension and conflict” in escalating what is now being called a genocide against ethnic Rohingya Muslims at the hands of Myanmar security forces and a supportive government.
Andrew McCabe, the FBI official involved in the Russiagate scandal and criticized by Donald Trump has been fired the day before by US Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
Arianny Celeste is an American model, ring girl and a TV show host. Her Instagram pictures will leave many drooling.
The ex-adult film star may face more than $20 million in damages for breaching the non-disclosure agreement regarding her alleged affair with US President Donald Trump.
Adrian Lamo was called by some the “world’s most hated hacker” when he turned in whistleblower Chelsea Manning, whose leaks exposed the nature of warfare in Afghanistan and Iraq.
The mysterious chopper that flew over the Russian Embassy in Washington with its searchlight on last week appeared to be a law enforcement helicopter on a mission, a source from the Federal Office of Civil Aviation told Sputnik.
WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - The Russian Embassy in Washington accused the US State Department of interfering in Russian home affairs over claims that the upcoming presidential voting would not be transparent.
US Attorney General Jeff Sessions fired Andrew McCabe, the FBI's official who was actively involved in Russiagate and was repeatedly criticized by Donald Trump, US-based media reported on Friday.
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