It was like a scene from an old cowboy Western film when a customer draws a gun on a barber because he was taking too long.
The ongoing war of words between President Donald Trump and Senator Bob Corker from Tennessee is taking a new twist.
Surveys obtained by the Navy Times, the oldest and most trusted news source about US sailors, the military and the DoD, have revealed 'disastrous morale' aboard the Japan-based USS Shiloh cruiser, a vital link in the 7th Fleet’s West Pacific mission to deter North Korea, and morbid fear of its former Commanding Officer.
President Donald Trump has rejected Republican Senator Bob Corker's recent allegations that his policies could lead to a Third World War.
As more actresses allege sexual misconduct by Harvey Weinstein, including Gwyneth Paltrow and Angelina Jolie, the wife of the film mogul has condemned his "unforgivable" actions and announced that she is leaving him.
According to media reports, the death toll from wildfires that have swept through California's wine country has increased to 17.
As rumors grew that White House Chief of Staff John Kelly might leave the office soon, US President Donald Trump has firmly denied such possibility.
The Wall Street financial analyst Charles Ortel told Sputnik that the US and elite global media, as well as many academics around the world, hate and fear US President Donald Trump because his reform policies threaten their own interests.
The US Department of Energy “faces challenges meeting NASA’s expected need” for a plutonium isotope required for missions into deep space that could jeopardize new missions altogether, according to a new Government Accountability Office report.
In the aftermath of the latest mass shooting in the US, in which 58 people were killed and more than 500 injured at a concert in Las Vegas, YouTube has taken down tutorial videos on its site that show users how to modify guns into automatic weapons using “bump stocks.”
In a moment as surreal as anything to happen in one weird-ass year, US President Donald Trump challenged his own Secretary of State Rex Tillerson to an IQ test - and boasted that his victory was assured if Tillerson accepted.
In a recent interview with Forbes Magazine, US President Donald Trump offered to compare his IQ score with Secretary of State Rex Tillerson’s in response to reports of the secretary calling him a “moron.”
The Puerto Rican government has provided a new body count for the third deadly hurricane to hit US soil this year, which took a heavy toil on the local infrastructure.
In May 2015, two rival gangs of bikers were involved in a huge shootout at a bar in Waco, Texas which left nine men dead. Sputnik spoke to North American biker gang expert Peter Edwards about what led to the clash and what evidence will be available when the first trial starts.
The Iron Dome, the missile defense system innovated by Israel, is currently being showcased to US army chiefs, in the hope military top brass purchase the structure - despite previous expert analysis suggesting the system is "essentially failing" and intercepts perhaps five percent of the rockets fired at Tel Aviv.
Documents unearthed by independent researchers offer a glimpse into the grim halls and cells of "Cobalt" - the Central Intelligence Agency's flagship offshore prison, which the detainees nicknamed "The Darkness."
The sexual harassment claims against film mogul Harvey Weinstein have caused a furious reaction in Hollywood, where stars are lining up to condemn the producer – with the notable exception of fashion designer Donna Karan.
Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned - now a spectacular "cat fight" has broken out between US president Donald Trump's former and current wife.
US police have revealed new details on the timeline of the deadliest shooting in US history, which happened in Las Vegas on Sunday, October 1.
According to media reports, the authorities in Sonoma County, California have received over 100 reports about people missing as a result of wildfires.
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