Madrid will not accept Brexit terms that put its interests at risk in Gibraltar, a tiny UK territory in Spain’s south, Spanish Foreign Minister Alfonso Dastis told the parliament on Wednesday.
The latest addition to the US fleet of guided-missile destroyers, the USS Thomas Hudner, has been slated for Saturday at the defense contractor General Dynamics Bath Iron Works in the state of Maine, the Navy announced in a press release.
Pity poor 3C-186, a supermassive black hole that NASA believes is being forced from its parent galaxy. Although NASA has not conclusively determined the cause of the ejection, the space agency believes the cause to be gravitational waves made by the collision of two black holes in the center of the galaxy.
The delegation of the Syrian government in Geneva, headed by Bashar Jaafari, presented a set of questions to UN Special Envoy for Syria Staffan de Mistura related to the issue of governance - the so-called first basket of discussions at the intra-Syrian talks, local media reported Wednesday.
A suicide truck bomb detonated Wednesday at a checkpoint near Iraq’s capital city.
Chelsea Clitnon, the daughter of ex-US President Bill Clinton and former US State Secretary Hillary Clinton, is not going to run for any public office, despite regularly emerging media reports saying otherwise, she said Wednesday.
The US Department of State has warned Americans traveling to Saudi Arabia of possible threats from terrorist groups operating in the region.
US authorities should take steps to ensure that cell phone signal jammers do not end up in hands of terrorists, former US Coast Guard Commandant Adm. Thad Allen said in a hearing at the US House Armed Services Committee on Wednesday.
New details have surfaced in what authorities are now suspecting was an inside job involving the heist of a limited-edition gold coin weighing over 220 pounds from a Berlin museum last week.
Unsealed documents show that the accused, Candace Claiborne, who likely possesses a high-level security clearance, lied to the FBI about meetings with Chinese foreign intelligence operatives.
The European Commission refuted media reports which said Greece had reached a preliminary agreement with the international lenders, thereby pushing the bailout negotiations forward, the commission's spokeswoman for economic and financial affairs said on Wednesday.
A top US military official has said that the country needs to assert its space warfare capabilities to protect US assets and in order to prevent conflict in the “ultimate high ground.”
The civilian aviation industry hired away more than 4,000 US Air Force Pilots in 2016, creating a critical shortage of fighter jet pilots with hiring expected to continue at unprecedented rates for the next 10-to15 years, US Air Force Deputy Chief of Staff Lt. Gen. Gina Grosso told Congress on Wednesday.
According to a new poll, most Americans believe that traditional news outlets are guilty as charged.
If you’ve ever wondered about whether Californians are even human, here’s some evidence to the contrary.
UK’s BBC broadcaster refused to comment to the RT news network why it decided not to cover extensively the second wave of massive protests in Paris over the killing of a Chinese father of five by French police.
The opioid abuse in the United States is a crippling problem and one of the biggest the country faces, President Donald Trump said during a listening session at the White House on Wednesday, according to a pool report.
Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Richard Burr and Vice Chairman Mark Warner spoke to reporters on Tuesday afternoon to discuss their investigation into allegations that Russia attempted to interfere with the US presidential election.
US Senator John McCain said in an interview on Wednesday he will not vote for a continuing resolution (CR) to keep funding the US government unless it includes extra money for the country’s military, media reported.
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