Australian fisherman Trapman Bermagui, who filmed the encounter, said he could hear the attack from over 300 feet away.
"That cat is actually watching and thinking about the show," one user said.
A lack of capable leadership in Ukraine is likely to be very disruptive, said the British Ministry of Defence.
Experts tell Newsweek what the U.S. will be watching for when determining whether Vladimir Putin is planning to launch a nuclear strike.
The heart-stopping footage shows the highly synchronized orcas creating a huge wave to dislodge their prey.
Senator Jack Reed of Rhode Island said on Thursday that "every significant intelligence service in the world has been floating in and out of Mar-a-Lago."
"I've been told so many times that I'm thoughtful and a deep thinker but really I can't figure out what to say," one commenter revealed.
In all, 184 documents obtained from the search contained classification markings, including 67 documents marked "confidential" and 25 marked "top secret."
After the latest strikes launched by Ukrainian forces on the Antonovsky bridge, Russia is now building an alternative crossing.
Ukrainian officials said Russia has always used certain dates for so-called "congratulations."
Rubio, vice chairman of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, said "at a minimum" he and other congressional leaders should have been briefed.
Ukrainian Major General Vadym Skibitsky said that Putin's inner circle has begun "panicking about his health."
The figures are a grim indicator for Russia's military as a push is currently underway by Ukraine to reclaim parts of its occupied southern regions.
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Sir Tony Radakin said Friday that "Russia will never take control of Ukraine," calling the invasion a "dreadful mistake."
Retried Lieutenant General Russel Honoré shared his reaction to the January 6 hearings with Newsweek, saying Donald Trump should face criminal charges.
Personality is normally split into five domains—openness to experience, conscientiousness, extroversion, agreeableness and neuroticism.
Trump's efforts to dismiss claims of Russia collusion were dealt two blows this week thanks to a newly-released DOJ report and an acquittal for Sussmann.
"He understands that's his reflection but can't grasp that others have reflections too," one TikToker noted.
The dog saves the day by cleverly opening the front door, much to the owner's delight.
"There is now a serious vacuum in the Kremlin in terms of command and control. I don't think it can last a lot longer," the former intelligence official said.
"It looks like to me that we're taking way too many chances of sending people over there for a photo op," Senator Tommy Tuberville said regarding Ukraine.
The former president referenced scoring well on a cognitive test in 2018, which is designed to detect whether a person has early stages of dementia.
U.S. intelligence officials say Zero Hedge is publishing articles created by Russian-controlled media.
After a man who once headed both of Denmark's intelligence agency was arrested, some worried it could badly reflect on the country's foreign partnerships.
The jury is still out whether celebrity preoccupation leads to lower cognitive performance or is a cause of it, according to Hungarian researchers.
In her "How I Got Smart" essay, "Jeopardy!" champ Amy Schneider answered a question that many people are keen to ask her.
"The match is about to begin," said one of the communications. The NSA didn't translate them into English or disseminate them.