"Russia probably is not adhering to its nuclear-testing moratorium," Lieutenant General Robert Ashley said.
"The USDA's decision to slaughter kittens after they are used in research is an archaic practice and horrific treatment."
The alterations in evaluation criteria have significantly changed the results sent to users.
A nasty bug in the new "Forsaken Shores" DLC for "Sea of Thieves" is causing a one week delay.
The country hopes that the program will provide a "better quality of life" to addicts.
Private DNA tests will play an increasingly complicated role in health care.
The U.S. Labor Department has indicated it will broaden the number of occupations that can drug test for unemployment.
Russian marines are training in field combat in North Korea, bordering Primorye.
Clinical trials on a prospective type 1 immunization are set to begin next year.
At one Chinese slaughterhouse, dogs were bludgeoned to death with a metal rod.
The founder of the Dutch team wants to start building a commercial hyperloop transport system between Amsterdam and Paris by 2021.
The North's most recent test launch of a short-range ballistic missile on Monday landed in the sea off its east coast.
The majority-Muslim region of Xinjiang has already been subject to increased government control in recent years.
The U.S.'s huge military footprint has long served as a deterrent to North Korea.
Despite its title, the USS Dahlgren isn't a warship—it's a cybernetic lab that allows for the simulation of drills at a fraction of the cost and effort.
The war games are an annual military exercise carried out by the U.S. and South Korea.
Hamilton is seeking his fourth world title.
President Xi Jinping is overseeing an ambitious military modernization program that includes stealth jets and aircraft carriers.
Pyongyang's main newspaper said Barack Obama's "strategic patience" had not paid off.
International Olympic Committee agrees to give WADA an expanded role in the wake of international doping scandals.
Researchers examined 6,000 Israeli patients' siblings who were diagnosed and hospitalized with schizophrenia, bipolar disorder or depression.
The agency said its decision to expand blood screening in the United States was, in part, based on concerns about more cases of local transmission in Florida,
Learning can't start soon enough, as early childhood education programs benefit the student and society at large.
Voluntary lead testing began on Thursday in the state's largest school district after 30 schools were found to have high levels of lead in the water fountains last week.
Renault is not alone in exceeding emissions levels, France's Energy Minister Segolene Royal said.