Revelations in July that the US government was working with Facebook to identify and suppress social media posts critical of vaccines or pandemic policy drew accusations from Republicans of censoring free speech.
The US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) vowed to increase the number of illegal immigrant “removal flights” after immigration authorities became overwhelmed with over 14,000 migrants under the Del Rio International Bridge. Read Full Article at RT.com
The jet, developed and deployed well before the F-35 stealth fighter, contains a number of still classified technologies which Washington fears might be leaked to its adversaries if the F-22 was to hit the market.
Despite pundits warning of another Capitol riot and massive police response, the ‘Justice for J6’ rally occurred without incident, with protesters demanding “transparency” and fair treatment for non-violent “political prisoners.” Read Full Article at RT.com
Some media covering the rally suggested that the number of protesters was lower than that of law enforcement officers. Capitol Police Chief Thomas Manger reportedly warned ahead of the event that violence could erupt, but there have been no reports of unrest.
Sean Spicer served as former US President Donald Trump's first White House press secretary in 2017. He held the position for several months only, and was known for delivering controversial statements during press briefings.
Little is known about the activities of the Aviation Technology Office agency, apart from their work providing the CIA and special forces with vehicles for clandestine operations. They are also believed to have outfitted the stealth helicopters that Navy SEALs used to assassinate Osama Bin Laden in Pakistan.
PARIS (Sputnik) - French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian on Saturday refuted White House claims that the United States previously discussed with France its plans regarding the AUKUS defense partnership and submarines, before Australia's announcement about reneging on a $66-billion deal with Paris.
US President Joe Biden's administration has belatedly ordered deportation flights for the more than 10,000 Haitian's who have entered the country illegally in recent days after Washington suspended the removals.
Amid the rise of "social justice" movements in the United States, many schools try to promote things like critical race theory, while teachers hang LGBTQ+ flags in classrooms. However, some parents are in no rush to share the sentiment, voicing opposition to what they see as schools "indoctrinating" children.
According to Spanish newspaper El Mundo, the last contract he signed with Barcelona was worth $651 million. Media speculated that his deal with the French giant would be no less significant, given that the club is owned by wealthy Qatari businessman Nasser bin Ghanim Al-Khelaifi.
US President Joe Biden is famously prone to making gaffes, especially when it comes to events where he is supposed to go off-script. Even White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki admitted that the communications team advises the president to refrain from taking impromptu questions.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Tens of thousands of people marched across France on 18 September against the ban on traditional bird hunting methods, which the country's top administrative court has banned, the BFMTV channel reported, citing police.
Space is equally mesmerising and dangerous. While one gazes up at the sky, marvelling at the beauty of the stars, asteroids are crashing into planets, planets are being devoured by stars, and stars are exploding or being swallowed by black holes. Despite the perceived negativity, these violent incidents are important for science.
Last week Young Labour chair Jess Barnard received a letter saying she was under investigation for a series of tweets she made last year attacking '"transphobic" feminist opinions — only for the party's head office to rescind it a day later.
AUKUS, a trilateral defence pact between the US, UK, and Australia, has resulted in dramatic fallout in the relationship of Paris with Washington and Canberra due to the deal prompting Australia to ditch its French submarine programme in favour of nuclear-powered vessels to be built with assistance from the US and UK.