A US Secret Service agent has been removed from active duty after affirming that she did not respect President Donald Trump enough to take a bullet for him.
Tokyo Electric on Sunday confirmed lethally high radiation levels inside the primary containment vessel (PCV) of the heavily damaged unit 1 of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant.
ACLU has filed an amicus brief with the US Court of Appeals for the Forth Circuit arguing that the US government should obtain a warrant to search electronic devices at the borders.
The personal lawyer of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu testified to police investigators on Monday concerning two criminal investigations in which the premier is currently implicated.
Iraqi Prime Minister Haider Abadi said that Donald Trump and his top officials have agreed to speed up US support for the Iraqi government in its ongoing battle against Daesh.
Monday’s exhausting five-hour congressional hearing on Russia’s alleged meddling into the US presidential election produced quite a bit of breaking news -- but also downright crazy statements you’d more expect to hear from conspiracy theorists rather than US Representatives.
RT Editor-in-Chief Margarita Simonyan on Monday compared US House of Representatives intelligence committee hearings on President Donald Trump's alleged ties with Russia to spy movies from the 1970s.
Russia will boycott the Eurovision Song Contest 2017 in Kiev in case the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) bans the entry to the country for Russian participant Yulia Samoilova, Russian lawmaker Oleg Morozov told Sputnik Monday.
Passengers on flights originating in 13 nations reportedly will no longer be allowed to carry any electronic device larger than a cellphone in airline cabins.
ULA announced that the launch of an Atlas V rocket to carry the Cygnus supply spacecraft for the International Space Station has been delayed until at least March 27.
The main news resource of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, Rudaw, has posted photos, which, according to the website, feature servicemen from Russia's center for Syrian reconciliation that arrived on Monday in the area of the city of Afrin in northern Syria.
Now that the threat of new firearm regulations have all but disappeared under Republican President Donald Trump, gun sales are dropping off as fearful buyers relax their feeding frenzy.
Have you been moping around your apartment, waiting for an app to connect you with potential sperm donors?
A survey by Gallup reveals that Ukraine became one of the unhappiest countries in the world in the two-year period following the Maidan coup of 2014.
A consumer industry poll has found that beer drinkers in the US are increasingly switching to marijuana as their vice of choice for winding down.
Law enforcement officers are saying that the person who stole a secret service laptop on Thursday containing “highly sensitive” information knew precisely what they were looking for.
The Kurdish People's Protection Units General Command spokesperson Redur Xelil says that YPG hope to strengthen collaboration with Russia to combat terrorism in Syria.
When the Pentagon developed the B-2 stealth bomber, senior officials said that the armed forces had not been “open enough,” but never revealed what lessons they learned from their mistake. For the Pentagon’s next big budget item, the B-21, officials hope to avoid making the same error.
An American employed at the US embassy in Wellington, New Zealand, has been expelled from the country after what is thought to be an incident of domestic violence.
A joint team of American and Canadian researchers have discovered samples from the Earth’s crust that are 4.2 billion years old, harkening back to when Earth was still forming. These samples are a major clue in the geological history of our planet, according to the team.
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