The Pentagon listing the location of some 44,000 military personnel as “unknown,” effectively means it equals US public to enemy, Ron Paul told RT.
A previously unknown species of penguin that was as tall as a man once lived in New Zealand.
Two FBI agents working the Trump-Russia collusion probe exchanged dozens of anti-Trump text messages and called him “a loathsome human.”
A public spat between US President Donald Trump and Senator Kirsten Gillibrand has led top Democrats to accuse Trump of sexism.
Democratic candidate Doug Jones will be the new US senator from Alabama after defeating Republican Roy Moore in a special runoff election.
Two hundred demonstrators attend pro-Palestine rally in Berlin as police ban burning of Israeli flags amid anti-Semitism concerns
Japanese workers seem to be confirming the chronically overworked stereotype, as a new survey shows they only take half of their vacation every year.
A “right-wing nationalist” German soldier has been presented with new charges of plotting to carry out false flag attacks that would result in retribution against immigrants, after an earlier case against him was thrown out of court.
We unpack what's inside the $700 billion National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), signed by President Donald Trump on Tuesday.
The PROSPER Act is one of the Republican-led bills that eliminates some federal student aid programs for lower-income undergraduates.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has said all that stands between direct diplomacy with North Korea is their willingness "to come to the table."
The prehistoric origins of life on Earth may have begun in space, according to a new study published in the Journal of Chemical Physics.
A huge blaze broke out at a Moscow amusement park after scaffolding caught fire, and two people have been rescued
Parents of local children, officials and Danish politicians have criticized a school after it chose to cancel the traditional Christmas service
Part of London's biggest 'fatberg' will go on display at the Museum of London after it was found clogging sewers in Whitechapel.
A Briton who flew to the Dominican Republic to meet his online girlfriend only to be rejected for not having enough money has become a celebrity.
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has extended its sanctions against Russia by adding six members of the national women’s ice hockey team to the long list of athletes who are now prohibited from participating in any future Olympics.
An Alabama-based drug company has dramatically hiked the prices of a B3 vitamin pill and a respiratory ailment drug.
Dennis Rodman says the North Korean and US leaders “are pretty much the same people,” with the threat of a nuclear war merely an “entertainment.”
The Alabama Senate race became even more of a spectacle when GOP nominee Roy Moore arrived to the polling place on horseback. Riding in on his trusty steed “Sassy,” Moore cast a vote for himself, hoping to defeat Democrat Doug Jones.
Norway is set to experience an enormous meteor shower in the coming days.
The Boston Globe confirmed the median net worth of African-Americans in Greater Boston is only $8 after the figure raised eyebrows on social media.
Danmark has added Saudi preacher to a ‘blacklist’ of 10 foreign clerics barred from entering the country amid allegations of promoting hate speech.
Charlottesville denied permits for white nationalist and left-wing groups seeking to commemorate the Unite the Right violent rally last August