Earlier in the day, US President Donald Trump announced Amy Barrett as his Supreme Court nomination pick, in a move to fill the vacancy opened after the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Many relationships face the most passion and temper in the beginning, but for some people, things become most dramatic only after the love is gone and the couple splits up.
In the wake of last Monday's arrest of a New York City Police Department (NYPD) officer charged with spying for Beijing, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in a New York Post interview on Wednesday accused the Chinese consulate in NYC of “crossing the line from normal diplomacy”, describing the embassy as an espionage hot spot on US soil.
US Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden is prone to slip-ups and stumbles, for which he is mocked by his Republican rival, incumbent President Donald Trump, who regularly links Biden's verbal blunders to possible issues with the Dem candidate's mental health.
As the US November presidential election race between Democratic candidate Joe Biden and Republican rival Donald Trump intensifies, next week on 29 September, will see the two holding their first presidential debate.
On late-Friday, the Brazosport Water Authority issued a “do not use” tap water advisory in various cities across the state, following a warning by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality informing of a potential pollution of the water supply with a brain-eating amoeba.
A vacancy in the US Supreme Court opened following the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg last week at the age of 87. US President Donald Trump has been eager to fill the vacancy before the presidential election, a desire met with criticism by Democrats.
The late Tupac Shakur, an iconic American rapper and songwriter, is considered to be one of the most influential hip-hop artists. In September 1996, the rapper was shot and killed in Las Vegas, but conspiracy theories continue to suggest that he faked his own death.
On 24 September, The New York Times broke the story that US Attorney John Durham, appointed by Attorney General William Barr to conduct a probe into the handling of the Trump-Russia investigation, also sought information about the FBI's Clinton Foundation inquiry. Wall Street analyst Charles Ortel explains Durham's focus on the charity.
Nationalist group ‘Proud Boys’ are demanding the release of Kyle Rittenhouse, the 17-year-old charged with intentional murder of two protesters in Kenosha, Wisconsin, late last month.
Under the governor's orders, law enforcement officers will reportedly have access to tear gas, despite a previous ban the substance's use by cops by Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler, who also serves as a commissioner for the city's Police Bureau.
According to reports, 2019 was big on UFO sightings across the United States, with New York reportedly registering a 52 per cent surge in reports, triggering heightened media attention focused on the controversial and fascinating phenomenon.
Earlier, reports emerged suggesting that US President Donald Trump would be nominating Judge Amy Coney Barrett, of the US Court of Appeals for the 7th Circuit, to fill the seat of late Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Back in January 2017 then president-elect Donald Trump had taken a swipe at the intelligence community, mocking them over a delayed scheduled briefing on alleged Russian meddling in the presidential elections because they "needed more time to build a case."
Wisconsin authorities announced earlier that a probe by the state Department of Justice into the shooting of Black man Jacob Blake from Kenosha by a white police officer in August would soon be turned over to a retired police chief serving as an independent consultant for review.
A video of the former Vice-President Joe Biden jokingly calling US troops “stupid bastards” in 2016 has gone viral, making a stir on the internet late Friday.
At a rally in Minden, Nevada, on 12 September US President Donald Trump floated the idea that he might run for a third term after winning in November 2020's presidential elections despite this being banned in all but exceptional circumstances by the Constitution.
US President Donald Trump, according to polls, currently trails behind Democratic rival Joe Biden, particularly with black voters, with many accusing the president of being "racist" - something that Trump has repeatedly denied.
WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - A grand jury in the US state of Massachusetts has indicted for criminal neglect two managers of a veterans care facility whose actions contributed to the death of at least 76 residents during the ongoing novel coronavirus outbreak, State Attorney General Maura Healey said in a statement.
WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - US pharmaceutical and medical device company Johnson and Johnson is reported to have developed a vaccine that, in early trials, shows a strong immune response to the novel coronavirus in a single dose, an interim report published on the medical website medRxiv has revealed.