News that a Swedish fighter jet crashed after colliding with a flock of birds has left some on social media joking about Russian involvement – Sweden’s go-to scapegoat for all unforeseen phenomena, real or imagined.
If you complain about your own commute being a nightmare during peak hours, you haven’t seen this. Stunning pictures have emerged showing Muslims sitting on the roof of a train in Dhaka, Bangladesh because carriages were full.
Western media reports denouncing the Syrian Army’s offensive to retake Idlib conveniently fail to mention that the area is controlled by warring jihadist groups that were designated as terrorists by the US State Department.
The Taliban tries to apply more pressure to force the US to talk to them about withdrawal and despite all the tough talk from the Americans, the US is losing in Afghanistan, says investigative journalist & author Nicholas Davies.
Dozens of cats and their owners flocked to a Moscow area church as a local priest held a unique sermon, asking the heavens to protect animals and to help those left in the street to find themselves a home.
Facebook has begun assigning ‘trust ratings’ to users as part of its attempts to fight ‘fake news’ and help identify ‘malicious actors’ on the platform — but it won’t tell users how well or how poorly they have scored.
Should the human race ever choose to live on the moon they might be able to set up colonies near the lunar poles, where scientists have just discovered sources of ice water within the shadows of craters.
Health-conscious holidaymakers considering a trip to Bali may rethink their destination, after Indonesia’s top Islamic body turned against vaccines for a virus that used to kill millions before preventive shots were introduced.
With the death toll in the tens of thousands, millions displaced and on the brink of famine, one would think the war in Yemen should be on every front page. It’s not, and here are just some of the reasons why that’s wrong.
Robotics students at a university in Mexico have come up with a James Bond-style gadget to ward off would-be thieves and attackers – an anti-harassment jacket that can give off a hair-raising 90-volt electric shock.
Turkey will receive its first batch of S-400 air defense systems next year under a deal with Russia, arms exporter Rosoboronexport said. Washington pressured Ankara to drop the purchase amid tensions between the two NATO allies.
The Democratic Party is in big trouble. It has not come to terms with the outcome of the 2016 election. It has a leadership out of touch with its base. Millennials are fleeing. Is their slogan now ‘No party for white men?’
In this episode of the Keiser Report from Toronto, Max and Stacy discuss the financial crisis that a decade later has cost every American $70,000 and how senior RBS bankers laughed at their role in destroying the US housing market with fraudulent...