The evangelist says he feels sorry for Trump because "so many people obviously hate him."
Between the total solar eclipse, the supermoon, and potential space tourism, the moon was the distraction Americans needed in 2017.
"Wolfenstein II" angered some folks with its anti-Nazi marketing, but a lot of people really loved the game.
During its long tenure, Cosmos 1346 reportedly tapped into transmissions from the Falklands War in the 1980s.
The report spotlighted the "rogue regime" of North Korea and "evil dictatorship" of Iran while criticizing Russian and Chinese initiatives to develop "advanced weapons and capabilities that could threaten our critical infrastructure."
The military uses satellites to detect missile threats.
"If Kim Jong Un wants to stay alive, he needs to stop," Senator Steve Russell said, channeling his experience in hunting Saddam Hussein in Iraq.
They went across both the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans.
Law enforcement has changed its definition of a "fugitive from justice."
He will also step down from the hedge fund Renaissance Technologies.
The specific issues causing the most stress included health care, the economy and the level of trust in the government, a survey showed.
Details of the schemes to kill the Cuban leader were contained in a secret 1975 report.
Segments of Judd's interview with Diane Sawyer will air on network programming throughout the day.
Lawmakers, including John McCain, have criticized the Trump administration for not revealing details about the mission or the killings.
The Ellen Show is to broadcast the first, and possibly only, interview with the guard shot by Stephen Paddock.
Trump's "locker room talk" could come straight out of the middle ages.
The president's message was very different from Barack Obama's proclamation.