A federal court is compelling former secretary of state Hillary Clinton to respond to further questions — under oath — about her notorious emails.
The meeting with the Pope in Rome will take place in the Vatican from 21st to the 24th of February 2019, exactly 6 years after the resignation of Pope Benedict XVI, and during this occasion some trusted sources say Pope Francis will announce his own resignation, conveniently issuing a papal conclave for all present entitled to vote.
The co-author of a widely-cited global warming study has owned up to a major math error uncovered six days after its Oct. 31 publication by an independent scientist.
The First Step Act — dubbed “prison release” by conservatives and law enforcement officials — will reduce sentences for drug traffickers while immediately resulting in the release of 4,000 inmates.
Inspiration for game-changing science can seemingly come from anywhere. A moldy bacterial plate gave us the first antibiotic, penicillin. Zapping yeast with a platinum electrode led to a powerful chemotherapy drug, cisplatin.
Nobody has a First Amendment right to demand access to the White House and CNN isn’t harmed by having reporter Jim Acosta barred from obtaining press credentials, the Justice Department said Wednesday, firing back at the cable network’s new lawsuit.
Beijing is sharply speeding up a large-scale buildup of military forces in preparation for a future conflict with the United States, according to the congressional commission report made public Wednesday.
So-called “creepy porn lawyer” Michael Avenatti has been arrested after allegedly beating his wife, leading to questions as to whether or not CNN & MSNBC will disavow the ardent Trump critic with Avenatti having appeared on both networks over a hundred times combined.
Payment processor PayPal has permanently banned video platform BitChute from using its services. BitChute, a competitor of Google’s video giant YouTube, released a statement addressing PayPal’s decision to sever ties with the […]
ADHD is one of the most common issues with children these days. According to 2016 data from the CDC, approximately 2.4 million children ages 6-11 have ADHD in the US and that number tends to increase over time. Seeing as though it’s very hard to treat and affects so many kids, wouldn’t a better solution be to prevent it altogether?
A Disney World visitor has been banned for the second time after again displaying a banner advocating President Donald Trump’s re-election.
A media professor has warned that Amazon Echo and other such devices are “always recording” private conversations without the consent of their owners.
The Chinese Communist Party wiped out 10,000 accounts over the past three weeks across multiple popular social media services to suppress dissent and enforce the Communist Party line, the South China Morning Post reported on Tuesday.
You may think the bathroom is one of few places you can expect to be left alone.
CNN has filed a lawsuit against the Trump administration over the revocation of press credentials from its reporter Jim Acosta. The suit alleges the ban violated both First and Fifth Amendment rights of the network and reporter.
A huge unmanned drone capable of launching missiles and bombs has been unveiled by Chinese scientists.
Google has been hit by the ‘worst ever’ internet hijack in the company’s history, security experts say.
“It could happen in a matter of months,” says Martin Mlynczak of NASA’s Langley Research Center.
Country music singer and “America’s Got Talent” finalist Benton Blount likes to post memes to Facebook “poking fun at politics,” but he never suspected he would lose a gig because of his conservative views.
The Vatican stepped in to prevent a vote at a US bishops’ conference Monday which could have led to the formation of a commission to hold bishops accountable for child sex abuse crimes.
France Finance Minister: Europe Must Become an ‘Empire’ to Compete with U.S., Vows to Defy Trump’s Iran Sanctions
France’s Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire has called for Europe to become an “empire” to compete with the United States after the country’s President Emmanuel Macron called for an EU army to defend against the NATO ally.
The US Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) have hidden an undisclosed number of covert surveillance cameras inside streetlights around the country, federal contracting documents reveal.
Researchers have used artificial intelligence to show that very subtle eye movements, of the sort you might pick up with a camera, can divine aspects of personality much better than random guessing.
Road to hell: Terrifying ordeal of 27,000 panicked Paradise residents stuck in traffic jams as they flee wildfires – which saw at least seven burn to death in their cars – as two NEW blazes break out in Southern California
Two new wildfires have broken out in Southern California as the state continues to fight back blazes that have left 31 dead and wreaked havoc for days.
Fluoride has been added to drinking water in towns across the United States since 1945 for the purpose of improving dental health. Now, 66% of people in the US receive drinking water with added fluoride. Evidence pointing to the dangers of this fluoride exposure for human health has accumulated, along with evidence that water fluoridation is no longer even necessary. Recently, two new studies have added to this body of work; it is time for the EPA to stop the artificial fluoridation of drinking water.