The state-controlled North Korean press had fiery words for the U.S. and its allies.
"No weapons just hand to hand," the former two-time world heavyweight boxing champion wrote. "I use boxing he is free to use whatever."
The GoFundMe page passed its initial target of $500,000 within hours of going live.
Around 3,000 troops split into two teams competing for battlefield positions in live fire drill that also included howitzers and rocket launchers.
The search lasted three and a half years and was the most expensive in history.
"The 'film' was made with blatant disregard of both the Steenkamp and Pistorius families, as well as complete disregard for Reeva and Oscar," read the family's statement.
Posters and flyers with alt-right slogans have been posted on campuses across the country.
In one scenario, sources say America would exhaust its stockpiles of smart bombs, possibly after a week of war with North Korea, forcing U.S. warplanes to drop crude gravity bombs on its targets.
“I had a pistol, luckily I didn’t shoot him," one resident said.
The government also announced a crackdown on children buying knives online.
The NRA is coming under intense criticism in the wake of another mass shooting on U.S. soil.
Stephen Paddock had an arsenal of at least 42 guns and several thousand rounds of ammo, police said.
Large drills require comprehensive observation from other nations and NATO that Russia did not invite during its Zapad 2017 exercise.
The two documents concern emails sent between a Trump associate and Russian officials.
Russia blames Western powers for their "betrayal" of Europe in signing the 1938 Munich Agreement that allowed the Nazis to take Czechoslovakia.
The drone was shot down by Houthi rebels fighting against the Saudi Arabia-backed government.
Representative Al Green says it's time for the nation to focus on mourning the shooting victims.
Russia's foreign ministry and its embassy in the U.K. went after Langley after an ad for new Russian-language officers went online.
It's one of the biggest questions in science today—which means there's lots to argue about.
TransTeleKom, owned by Russia's state-run railroad company, is giving North Koreans an internet boost at a time when they likely need it the most.
"I am stunned by the level of trauma Congress is willing to make us suffer through," she said.
Birds of prey are being deployed to scare off some of the many resident pigeons at a social housing complex.
Motivated by myths about American "crimes," Obama failed to bargain hard for American advantage.
The Thai leader "sees conspiracy in any criticism and is comfortable making assertions that do not comport with facts," said a former State Department official who met him in 2016.
While Rouhani wishes Jews a good Rosh Hashanah, Revolutionary Guards promise an end to the Jewish state.
The outgoing envoy for the European Union in Russia made the comments in a newspaper column.
Will anyone stop them?
The new guidance allows our troops to kill “foot-soldier jihadists with no unique skills or leadership roles.”
There's no way to know how many eruptions are in the cards.
The jihadi group said the attacker was inspired by its calls to target "coalition" countries.