The Kremlin aimed at influencing the US presidency. It ended up strengthening Congress.
The report was highly critical of two contractors and followed recent embarrassment over spending on the wrong type of camouflage.
The group is attempting to boost its ranks as it loses territory in Iraq and Syria.
More than 100 officers from the army and the police were deployed on Thursday as part of a week-long operation against mischievous macaques.
Lavdrim Muhaxheri was the self-styled “commander of Albanians in Syria and Iraq.”
Explosives for the device were sent to Australia via air cargo from Turkey, and the bomb was assembled with assistance from an Islamic State commander, said federal police.
China has been tightening its grip on the internet, including a recent drive to crack down on the usage of VPNs to bypass internet censorship.
The Department of Justice is threatening to block federal funding for cities dealing with high violent crime rates.
China is seeking one of the few foreigners qualified to run the Five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical radio Telescope, but there are some drawbacks.
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Photographer Tetsuro Takehana found a place where time appears to have both stood still and moved on.
A spokesman for Nord Stream 2 said more than 200 non-Russian companies are building the pipeline and many contracts already have been concluded.
Russia's latest meeting with Iran and Iraq signals a growing cooperation between the powers, and a decline in U.S. influence in the Middle East.
Ukraine and Russia face off in Twitter rematch with South Park gif, after Simpsons meme.
Authorities in Sydney have made several arrests in connection with the extremist plot.
Eight U.S. senators are calling on FIFA to investigate alleged use of forced labor and potentially strip Russia of the right to host next year’s tournament.
Experts doubt the ability of the U.S.'s missile defense to stop a North Korean nuclear warhead from killing hundreds of thousands of people.
McGowan was kidnapped along with a Swede and Dutch national, both of whom have already been released.
But 49 percent of French people do believe that the government is “ready to make unpopular decisions if they are good for the country.”
Nearly a quarter of the women in Cameroon, a Central African nation of 23 million, have had their breasts flattened in some form.
Has the Kremlin’s campaign to harass Putin’s critics on LinkedIn moved beyond the relative safety of the internet and into the streets?
Dmitry Medvedev, constitutionally Russia's second most powerful official, accused Trump of giving power to Congress "in the most humiliating way.”
Juncker described Washington’s latest saga, the swift hiring and firing of Anthony Scaramucci, as "stunning."
Elliott Abrams says the Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions is proving ineffective. But it remains a menace.
The U.S. is taking a leadership role to challenge Russian energy dominance over Europe.
The U.S. government slapped sanctions on President Nicolas Maduro in response to the election.
A week before the vote, the murder has brought back fears of election violence in a country fighting Al-Qaeda and receiving billions in U.S. aid.
Tens of thousands of social media users are calling for the arrest or execution of a man who filmed himself shooting cats with a rifle in Saudi Arabia.
The dead body of pregnant Michal Halimi was found in May.
The U.S. travel ban to North Korea will enter into effect on September 1.