WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - US Navy aircraft carrier strike groups are spending more time in the Eastern Mediterranean, Black Sea, and the Baltic attending to the "Russian presence problem," Chief of Naval Operations Admiral John Richardson said during testimony before the US Congress on Wednesday.
WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - The US administration mulls offering Mexico and Canada a 30-day exemption from its new steel and aluminium tariffs, officials told local media on Wednesday.
US National Security Adviser HR McMaster is reportedly down to his last few weeks in the White House, which, perhaps coincidentally, aligns with a long-standing effort by the oldest Zionist organization in the country to seek McMaster’s ouster.
US Department of Justice special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into the alleged ties between the campaign of Donald Trump and Russian actors has taken a turn, as he announced an investigation into George Nader, a Lebanese-American businessman who lobbied in Washington on behalf of the United Arab Emirates.
On Tuesday, ex-Goldman Sachs investment banker Gary Cohn resigned from his White House position as director of the National Economic Council after the commander-in-chief declared his intention to apply import tariffs to all aluminum and steel products entering the US.
One student died and another was injured at a Birmingham, Alabama, high school Wednesday afternoon in what local police are calling an "accidental shooting."
The secretive agency tasked by the Pentagon with creating new technologies, weapons and other systems for US warfighters is conducting research on ways to help save wounded service members “by going after time itself.”
A video recently published on YouTube reveals what F-22 Raptor pilots talk about with the aircrew refueling them at 20,000 feet in the sky: mostly riddles, cookies and seat comfort.
After spending two years behind bars at Georgia's Muscogee County Jail, Courtney Jackson was unexpectedly freed Thursday after video footage was released showing officers repeatedly beating and tasing him during a June 2016 altercation.
New documents released about the FBI’s relationship with computer repair company Geek Squad have revealed tightly knit, possibly illegal cooperation and searches of computers being fixed by the latter.
The Pentagon will endure “significant” consequences in the event that Beijing grabs hold of a strategic port on the Horn of Africa, a United States general said Tuesday.
It has been five months since the deadly October ambush in Niger that left four US soldiers and five Nigeriens dead - but the hundreds of American troops stationed in Niger still have not received the increased pay that should accompany their deployment into a site of “imminent danger,” despite the process reportedly having been set in motion.
The US Navy’s nuclear-powered aircraft carriers, toting dozens of fighter jets around the world, will soon lose their ability to project power if the US cannot produce systems to defend against hypersonic weapons like the ones being developed by China and Russia, a senior Pentagon official said March 7.
The Pentagon’s highly anticipated next-generation bomber is finally ready for testing.
On Wednesday, Michael Avenatti, the lawyer for adult film actress Stormy Daniels, confirmed that his client had a sexual relationship with US President Donald Trump in 2006 and suggested that POTUS was aware of hush money paid to her afterward, too.
Thousands of flights have been cancelled at New Jersey, New York and Philadelphia airports as the northeastern US weathers yet another powerful winter storm Wednesday and Thursday.
Comic book illustrator Shawn Martinbrough recently spoke to US Airmen about his mission to "change perceptions" about race and diversity through his work. However, recent controversies suggest that promoting diversity through comic book entertainment is causing more problems than it is solving, and serves a militaristic agenda.
Several moneybags have reportedly been financing research into the development of life-extension technologies for the mega-rich.
A biker has gone on trial in Wisconsin accused of murdering a man who was shot dead by police as he fled a hostage situation. The case against Brian Flatoff - who claims the victim was deliberately executed by police because he had a US$50 million lawsuit against them - has echoes of the Netflix hit Making A Murderer.
A potential decision by Washington to take new military actions against Damascus would mark the second US strike on Syria in less than a year.
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