MOSCOW (Sputnik) - A member of the US Air Force has died in a non-combat incident in the United Arab Emirates, the US Defense Department announced in a statement.
WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - US President Donald Trump says his team plans to appeal the recent court decision in the Pennsylvania election fraud case.
Tony Hsieh joined Zappos - then called ShoeSite.com - back in 1999, when it was a small online shoe store before transforming the company into an internet giant, which was sold to Amazon for $1.2 billion. Hsieh recently stepped down as CEO of Zappos earlier this year with an estimated $840 million fortune.
The president continues to maintain that he won the November 3 election, accusing the Democratic Party of engaging in widespread fraud in Joe Biden’s favour. On Saturday, he pointed to a large discrepancy in results between in person and mail-in voting in Pennsylvania, and accused his rivals of creating over a million votes “out of thin air.”
Donald Trump's campaign and family have been maintaining that America's presidential elections have been rigged, while filing a number of lawsuits across the country to dispute the results. On Saturday morning, the President took to Twitter to claim that more than 1 million votes in Pennsylvania cast for Biden were created “out of thin air”.
This summer, the US Justice Department has restarted the practice of federal executions after a 17-year hiatus. Since then, eight people have been put to death by federal authorities and new executions are being planned for the upcoming month.
President Trump spent $3 million for recounts in two Wisconsin counties after the election — but so far the end result is 132 more votes for Joe Biden. Those new votes, all from Milwaukee County, now add to Biden’s lead of nearly 20,600 votes in the state.
It has been reported that the stewardess in question, who allegedly advertises her services on Facebook under the name AirHostess71, works for the Heathrow based carrier and has offered passengers sex between flights as well as other erotic on-board experiences.
A report in The New York Times earlier cited three US officials as claiming that Israel was behind the assassination of Iranian scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh in an attack near Iran's capital Tehran on Friday. In the wake of the killing, Iran has said here were "serious indications of Israeli responsibility.
The continuing surge of coronavirus cases across the US along with the inevitable restrictions that are employed to stave off the spread of the pandemic are forecast to weigh heavily on economic recovery.
Although Team Biden has vowed to continue exerting pressure on China, it is highly unlikely that they will actually dare to do this once they control the Oval Office, says Beijing-based political commentator Thomas Pauken. The potential Biden administration would not be in a position to dictate its terms to Beijing, he believes.
On Friday the Iranian Defence Ministry confirmed that a high-profile physicist, Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, had been assassinated in the north of Iran, in what is being treated as a terror attack. Tehran later added there were "serious indications of Israeli responsibility" in the elimination of its eminent nuclear scientist.
On Friday, a federal appeals court in Philadelphia has rejected the latest effort of the POTUS' team to challenge the state's election results.
The runoff in Georgia, to be held on 5 January 2021, will be crucial in deciding which party - the Democrats or the Republicans - will control the Senate for the next four years.
The county health officials have issued a new order to curb the virus after registered a 5-day average of 4,751 new cases of COVID-19 on November 27. The order is expected to last three weeks till December 20 and will take effect on Monday, November 30.
Six former officials of a subsidiary of Venezuela's state-owned energy company PDVSA were sentenced from 8 to 13 years in prison on Thursday on charges of participating in a corruption scheme.
The senator accused the popular social media platform of censorship, gaining support from President Donald Trump, who himself has had numerous issues with the social media platform attaching "fact-checking" labels to his tweets.
WASHINGTON (Sputnik) – Projected US President-elect Joe Biden is considering retired African American four-star General Lloyd Austin as a nominee for defense secretary, US media have reported.
US President Donald Trump earlier announced that the delivery of the coronavirus vaccine developed by Pfizer in partnership with BioNTech will kick off next week.
Ahead of Election Day, US District Judge Emmet Sullivan pushed for "extraordinary measures" on the part of the US Postal Service (USPS) to expedite the delivery of mail-in ballots.