US secret service agents are expected to take a bullet for those they’ve sworn to protect. But in a bizarre exchange a bodyguard for White House senior advisor Jared Kushner swooped in to block a reporter’s questions.
A Connecticut police officer who warned suspected trespassers not to run because he felt “trigger happy” has been fired from the force after video footage revealed him saying that he gets paid overtime if he shoots someone.
President Donald Trump has threatened to call in the military to seal off the US’ southern border with Mexico, unless the Mexico takes action to halt a ‘caravan’ of migrants making its way to the US from Central America.
A week before leaving the Trump administration, Nikki Haley spoke to the neocon group - Council for National Policy - lending weight to the prospect of a 2020 candidacy while touting her record as a warmonger’s warmonger.
Almost half of military service members believe that the US will be dragged into a new war within the next 12 months, according to a Military Times poll, with Russia and China topping the list of likely nemeses.
While a sobering new UN report on climate change indicates humans might have little time to change our ways to avoid environmental catastrophe, President Trump isn’t worried, pointing to scientists “on both sides of the picture.”
Leaving a trail of devastation and a rising death toll across the southern coast of US, hurricane Michael has created a fertile ground for armed looters who, despite police efforts, continue to ransack homes and businesses.
Two Minnesota GOP candidates and a Nevada GOP campaign manager were attacked in separate incidents over the last week as some Democratic leaders call for an end to civility in the run-up to the 2018 elections.
Ahead of midterm elections, Twitter has reminded Americans that democracy is still under threat by releasing millions of tweets by pesky Russians (and Iranians) from the past decade. How do they know? Well, that’s the question.
A US Treasury official was arrested and charged with conspiracy for leaking secret banking documents to the press, feeding a everlasting stream of often bogus ‘bombshell’ reports about Mueller’s notorious ‘Russian meddling’ probe.
Facebook hid a flaw in its video-advertising metrics that overestimated viewer engagement for more than a year in an effort to entice and keep advertisers on its platform, according to a lawsuit filed by a group of advertisers.
Former Vice President Joe Biden said it would be “totally legitimate” if voters questioned his advanced age if he decided to run for president again in 2020, admitting he was at least “chronologically” old. He's not the only one.
The US Justice Department has the authority and chance to investigate the war crimes of American mercenaries in Yemen, but will they? Digital road signs may be spying on you. Activist Randy Credico gives us the latest update on Julian Assange. And...
Trump’ new trade deal boosts corporations, and exploits the rest of us. When it comes to the judiciary, Brett Kavanaugh and Merrick Garland barely differ. The founder of the Internet wants to protect your privacy, and IRS budget cuts make tax...
People mourn in the Crimean city of Kerch - after 21 people are killed and up to 70 injured, in a shooting and bomb attack at a college. It was carried out by an 18-year-old student who subsequently killed himself. As the city grieves, chilling...
19 people dead and at least 70 injured in a shooting and bomb attack at a college in the Southern Russian city of Kerch by an 18-year-old student. Similarities are being drawn to the worst mass shooting at a high school in US history, in...
Supporters of French left-wing opposition leader Jean-Luc Melenchon chant "resistance" - during a raid of his party's premises, in connection with allegations of misuse of EU funds. He claims the search was politically motivated. Saudi Arabia is in...