On Tuesday the chairman of the Federal Communications Commission unveiled plans to repeal 2015 order that barred internet service providers from blocking or slowing down consumer access to web content.
In the wake of the recent sex scandal in the US, four more women have come forward with accusations against Bill Clinton, adding fuel to the burning debate.
Britain has lost its seat on the International Court of Justice (ICJ) for the first time since its creation in 1946. Sputnik spoke to Ben Donaldson, the United Nations Association's Head of Campaigns, who said the loss of the seat to India showed Britain was losing influence.
Known as a “turkey drop,” the event, which includes hurling live birds from an airplane, has been held annually for at least 50 years. This year, animal rights activists have questioned whether the event is actually legal, but authorities admit they are powerless to stop it
The Trump Administration has announced that it would not renew the Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for more than 50,000 Haitians with provisional legal residency in the US due to noticeable progress made since the 2010 quake in Haiti.
The US Justice Department official has told reporters on Monday that the AT&T's buyout of Time Warner, the parent company of CNN, would lead to the total control over the market and, therefore, prices for streaming most popular network would likely increase.
Talk show host Charlie Rose has been accused by eight women of sexual misconduct, the Washington Post reported Monday. Within hours, CBS, PBS and Bloomberg TV announced that the prominent journalist had been suspended and that the distribution of his programs had been halted as the allegations are investigated.
Four months after telling the US government the F-35’s Block 3F software program would be completed by the end of the 2017, Lockheed Martin has informed the government the upgrade won’t be done until February 2018, IHS Jane’s reported Sunday.
The US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said during a press briefing at the White House on Monday that the US sanctions against North Korea are taking effect as the international community begins to cut off trade with Pyongyang.
Another woman has come forward with accusations of sexual misconduct against Democratic Senator Al Franken, just days after he apologized for a previous offense.
The Nebraska Public Service Commission has voted 3-2 to approve an alternative route for the 1,179-mile Keystone XL pipeline just days after the original Keystone pipeline spilled more than 200,000 gallons of oil in the US state of South Dakota on Thursday.
Google is "deciding what people see," which is "very dangerous" since they are legally a tech company and do not adhere to any type of editorial standards our guidelines, research psychologist Robert Epstein told Sputnik following Google’s announcement that it was working to make Sputnik and RT articles less visible on its search engine.
The venerated US television program “60 Minutes” reported on the crisis in Yemen on Sunday, pointing out if “you keep going like you’re going, there’s not going to be anybody left, all the children are going to be dead.”
The United States will need to spend more than $1.2 trillion over the next 30 years to follow through with plans to modernize and manage its nuclear deterrent, the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) said in an estimate released on Monday.
Jeff Bezos, CEO of Amazon and owner of the Washington Post, has completed construction of a secret region on Amazon’s cloud computing software to host data from all 17 US intelligence agencies, according to a new report.
Glenn Thrush, a reporter for the New York Times, is in professional limbo after a Vox article accused the journalist of sexual harassment. Thrush was suspended from the Times Monday pending an investigation just hours after the article was published.
The US government released a new study on its next-generation long-range bomber program in response to concerns raised about transparency - but the new report is heavily redacted and provides little useful information.
A series of explosions erupted at the Verla International cosmetics factory in the state of New York, a local portal MidHudsonNews reported on Monday.
As the North Korean crisis shows no signs of abating, US President Donald Trump has announced new restrictive measures against Pyongyang.
The panel in the US state of Nebraska has removed the last legislative obstacle to the construction of the controversial pipeline project in the territory of the state.
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