Web provider DreamHost has just two days before the company lands in court to fight the US Department of Justice's "overbroad" request for information on users who visited the group's site, a move targeting demonstrators who took part in the #DisruptJ20 movement, activists say.
The perennial American lack of foresight and the chaos its Middle Eastern wars have wreaked means Osama bin Laden and forces for extremism have essentially won the war on terror, a former CIA analyst tells Radio Sputnik’s Loud and Clear program.
Tensions on the Korean Peninsula appeared to ease up following intense saber-rattling by the US and North Korean sides last week, but once Pyongyang’s leaders observe the US ramping up war games again, another ballistic missile test may be imminent, Seoul warns.
As Confederate statues fall around the US, Baltimore removed its pro-slavery monuments under cover of night following a year of indecision by city officials. Their removal follows last weekend’s violent “Unite the Right” rally in Virginia, ostensibly held to protest the removal of a statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee in Charlottesville.
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates, the 61-year-old currently worth $85.2 billion, made his most generous donation since 2000 this summer, giving away Microsoft Corporation shares worth $4.6 billion.
On January 20, US President Donald Trump promulgated that his administration would follow “two simple rules: buy American and hire American.” But if you stop by Trump Tower in New York to snag a souvenir coffee mug of the First Family posing in front of the White House, you’ll be buying a product made in Thailand.
NASA has announced their intention to send a new satellite to Venus to unlock the mysteries of its cloud layers, some of which absorb ultraviolet radiation as though Venus had an ozone layer like Earth.
On Tuesday, the Minneapolis Police Department said they were investigating a video that appears to show two uniformed officers standing by while a bouncer at a downtown club punches a handcuffed man as he lies facedown on the ground. The incident reportedly took place early Sunday morning.
American and Chinese military leaders have announced a commitment to “work through difficult issues” to strengthen military ties and improve bilateral relations between the world’s two largest economies.
Iranian Grand Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has some advice for US President Donald Trump: instead of meddling in the affairs of countries across the globe, concern yourself with your own backyard.
A recently released NASA test video of the Northrop Grumman F-14 Tomcat highlights the plane’s unfortunately habit of spinning out of control in the middle of flights.
A search is underway for five crew members who were aboard a US Army UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter that went down late Tuesday during a training mission two miles off the coast of Oahu, Hawaii.
US President Donald Trump terminated the Manufacturing Council Initiative and Strategy & Policy Forum, two of the White House's earliest pushes, following the exit of multiple chief executive officers wanting to create real distance from the president's reluctant condemnation of white supremacy.
Those blessed with brains with strong "pattern matching" capabilities enjoy a number of benefits, including a greater aptitude for learning languages, better understanding the feelings of others, and spotting opportunities. However, a New York University (NYU) study suggests they also may have a dark side.
A funeral service for Heather Heyer, the victim of the car attack in Charlottesville, is being held in the central Virginia city.
A pioneering stuntwoman has been killed while filming a scene for the movie Deadpool 2 in a busy city center. There are very few African-American stuntmen in Hollywood and even fewer stuntwomen of color.
After a young woman was killed in Charlottesville following a rally which once again highlighted America's racial divide, politicians and regular folks weren't the only ones to condemn the act. NFL star Michael Bennet joined a list of athletes, including long-term friend Colin Kaepernick, who has been "standing up" to racism over the years.
According to the city's mayor, Baltimore took down all four of its Confederate-era statues just days after violence erupted at a far-right rally in Charlottesville.
Voters of the US Republican Party prefer to support their nation's president, Donald Trump, over Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell, who has recently been criticized by Trump over the Senate's failure to replace the Obamacare health care system, a poll issued on Wednesday showed.
A group of United Nations human rights experts on Wednesday expressed concern and outrage over the recent violence in the US town of Charlottesville and warned that it indicates that racism was on the rise in the country.
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