The Trump administration intends to update its "travel ban" imposed earlier this year on citizens from six majority-Muslim states. The new security enforcement will be reportedly extended on a wider range of nations with the additional screening measures affecting all of the individuals traveling to the US from these countries.
The Trump administration’s counterterrorism operations may start to include more and more drone strikes and commando raids on "foot-soldier jihadists," according to a new report.
Jazz Johnson-Merton, heiress to the Johnson & Johnson multinational consumer goods producer, was filmed kicking the crap out of her horse after tumbling off it during an equestrian event.
NASA has announced that they will be decommissioning their twin Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment (GRACE) satellites that have been in low-Earth orbit since 2002. The satellites, which focused on studying Earth’s oceans, will be decommissioned in either October or November.
The 100,000-ton USS Ronald Reagan convened with one Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force (JMSDF) helicopter carrier and two destroyers off the Korean Peninsula to conduct military exercises, the Japanese military said Friday.
An earthquake with a magnitude of 5.6 has hit an area off the northern coast of the US state of California, the US Geological Survey said in a statement on Friday.
A failing dam is causing an "extremely dangerous" situation in the US territory of Puerto Rico, the US National Weather Service said Friday.
Working in the gaming industry sounds like fun. To add a cherry on the cake, US game developer Blizzard Entertainment allows its employees to bring their pets to their workplace – how great is that?!
Students chanted slogans, including "We shall not be moved," "We are here to reclaim this space" and "No justice, no peace, no racist police," as former FBI Director James Comey was delivering a convocation speech at Howard University in Washington, DC.
While the US is pushing ahead with the idea of United Nations reform the real problem is that the organization has become a tool in the hands of a few to impose their will on other countries, Chinese expert Yang Mian told Sputnik, adding that the organization needs to boost the efficiency of its peacekeeping and humanitarian missions.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov is holding a press conference in New York on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly.
After several calls from European governments to assist in the war against terror, Facebook has finally agreed to extend a helping hand and start an investigation... into alleged Russian interference during the US 2016 presidential election.
Experts told Sputnik that the possible US withdrawal from the nuclear deal with Iran will affect international nuclear non-proliferation policies.
Beware, the apocalypse is near! “Realize this, extremely violent times will come,” a man’s blood-chilling voice warned viewers in a sudden alert, which popped up on local TV in California’s Orange County on Thursday.
Boasting an abundance of wildlife, massive sand dunes and the world's largest underground lake, tourism chiefs describe Namibia as a place to find - or in Donald Trump's case, lose.
The Ukrainian president told Fox Business TV channel that Ukraine would receive no lethal weapons from the US, but would be supplied with other warfare equipment.
US State Secretary Rex Tillerson, US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley continue to speak about 'diplomatic path' towards North Korea, despite Trump's latest statements and actions on the issue.
The US Secretary of State claims that Russia has frequently acted in ways that have effectively weakened global norms, including by weakening IAEA independence.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has threatened Donald Trump with a "highest level of hard-line countermeasure in history," in response to US president's UN speech.
A female officer is expected to graduate the US Marine Corps' onerous 13-week Infantry Officer Course (IOC) on Monday, for the first time in the unit’s 250-year-long history.
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