Last week at CES, the biggest event of the year in consumer technology, more than 4,400 exhibitors unveiled some 20,000 new products across a broad array of tech and tech-infused categories.
Sergey Lavrov accused Washington and its allies of trying to establish a new world order "based on rules they created themselves."
"The purple lights are always there but don't usually light up the sky like this," said employee Cara Smith.
The distortions in News Corp media were so egregious that even Rupert Murdoch's son James has launched a public critique.
There is no need for the Trump administration to degrade diplomatic dialogue or hide the legitimate motivations for conflict with Iran under the guise of fighting terrorism.
The couple announced they will step down as "senior royals" and become financially independent of the monarchy. But how do they finance their royal residence, Frogmore Cottage, currently?
Ali Akbar Velayati said that the U.S. "took a foolish move" by assassinating Qassem Soleimani "and they must leave the region."
On Tuesday, drivers traveling Washington State's SR 240, 20 miles west of West Richland were confronted with an unexpected New Year's Eve surprise.
Simply reminding ourselves that in our political life we should treat others as we would want to be treated is a vital resolution to make for the new year.
In an interview published Monday by the New York Intelligencer, personal lawyer for President Donald Trump Rudy Giuliani said he is not concerned if his recent work for Trump tarnishes his legacy.
The indictment charged Richard Holzer with obstructing the free exercise of religious worship and two other counts related to the alleged plot.
The White House official known as "anonymous" also said the distrust of career experts runs so deep many meetings are reserved for political appointees alone.
South Africa's national carrier has announced a series of flight cancelations in effect from Friday to Monday due to industrial action by airline workers.
"Jeopardy!" champion James Holzhauer's rematch against rival Emma Boettcher appears to be a success so far, after besting his opponent by nearly $23,000 on the first of two games in the final round of 2019's Tournament of Champions.
The location will span five floors, have three coffee bars, a cocktail bar, and an artisan bakery and cafe.
A live recap of episode 8 of "Dancing with the Stars."
In the 11 months since recreational use became legal in the state, police have had to change the way they dealt with situations where marijuana smells are present.
The Museum of Modern Art opened its doors to members on Friday where activists infiltrated the members-only event to demand the museum and trustee, Larry Fink, divest from their connections to private prisons and weapons manufacturing.
Much, if not all, of the purported business activities of Oodles did not appear to exist, court documents alleged.
Fonda has pledged she will get arrested every Friday in protests demanding that Congress take immediate action on the Green New Deal.
Former New Jersey Governor Christie Whitman deleted a tweet that said: "#Hitler has nothing on #Trump."
The NRA's recent slump in spending comes as the gun rights group is experiencing an unprecedented level of scrutiny owing to a widening financial and governance scandal.
Ronan Farrow's explosive new book "Catch and Kill" alleges that Lauer raped a "Today" show co-host.
Between 19 and 21 people have been killed and hundreds injured as protesters clash with Iraqi security forces over calls for more job opportunities, an end to corruption and better access to social services.
One fan paid a beer vendor as if it were any ordinary purchase, but later discovered they were charged $724 for a couple of brews.
The mysterious gunman killed a former militant who fought Russian forces in Chechnya in a Berlin park last month and has since refused to talk to police.
Slashing rules may cut costs for industry—but when it shifts the risks to workers and communities, people can pay the price with their health.
Hamad bin Jassim bin Jabor al-Thani said Iranians won't crack under American economic pressure, and will look to play the long game instead.
"It is illegal for coaches to organize or participate in religious activities with students, including baptisms," the Freedom From Religion Foundation wrote to the school superintendent.