It wasn’t the first time that Trump had lashed out at Germany over its gas imports from Russia.
"We may never know the full extent of his double life as a sexual predator but his decades-long reign of terror as a serial rapist is over,” Andrea Constand wrote.
A new report found some countries were even backsliding in their progress toward the Sustainable Development Goals.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern became the first world leader to bring her newborn to the U.N. General Assembly.
The rare beluga sighting has made quite a splash in the country.
The AfD maintains it has a sizable number of Jewish supporters, despite long-standing accusations of having anti-Semitic leanings.
Evo Morales has been a sharp critic of Trump and U.S. foreign policy. On Wednesday, they'll meet face-to-face.
Changing styles and haircuts can throw off the increasingly popular facial-recognition technology on devices, leading users to wonder what’s so wrong with how they look; “It was an existential crisis.”
Verizon, looking to trim its workforce, has offered early-retirement packages to thousands of staff, as part of a broader cost-cutting effort.
Qualcomm accused Apple of funneling proprietary information to rival chip maker Intel, broadening a long-running legal battle.
After selling Instagram to Facebook, Systrom vaulted the platform past Snapchat and had been gearing up to take on YouTube. WSJ. Magazine interviewed the CEO before he announced his resignation.
Creation of combat missiles and the production of its components is a high priority for the space industry
The UEFA Nations League’s Group B match between Russia and Turkey is scheduled to be held on October 14
The cabinet has also instructed the IDF to continue security coordination with Russia
Mikhail Bochkarev was initially detained on espionage charges, suspected of collecting parliament data
The date when restrictions are to come into force is not indicated
Ex-UKIP leader Nigel Farage has lashed out at Tony “the preacher” Blair for his latest intervention on Brexit, after the ex-PM claimed that the refusal to have a second referendum would a “betrayal.” Read Full Article at RT.com
US Initial Jobless Claims have hit their lowest level since 1969, with consumer confidence reaching its highest in decades. Things are looking pretty good until you start discussing averages, says Mish Shedlock of MishTalk.com. Read Full Article at RT.com
Twelve fire engines and a reported 80 firefighters have been called to a fire at a leisure center in Highbury, north London, where part of the roof of a single story building is alight. Read Full Article at RT.com
Junior judoka Daria Bilodid has wowed the judo world by clinching gold at the 2018 World Judo Championships in Baku, Azerbaijan, on Saturday in the women’s extra-lightweight 48kg senior class - aged just 17 years old. Read Full Article at RT.com
Despite the Trump administration’s hawkish rhetoric aimed at Tehran, the US president apparently thinks that Iranian leader Hassan Rouhani is a “lovely man” – and even hinted that the two could meet in the future. Read Full Article at RT.com
Kennedy Holmes was the final audition of the episode — and with good reason.
NFL star DeMarcus Ware looks like a frontrunner. Meanwhile, «The Bachelorette» fan favorite «Grocery Store Joe» was hilariously bad.
For spring 2019, a balm for the dumpster fire of bad news
On September 21, Russian President Vladimir Putin and Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko held talks
Tensions flared up around the use of the Sea of Azov’s waters in May
During a phone conversation with Putin, Netanyahu voiced his concern over the supplies of advanced weapons to Syria
The delegation from Norway will study the situation in the region
The US Department of State last December warned that Washington would take economic and military measures, if Moscow refused to resume compliance with its obligations under the treaty
Tens of thousands of Britons could be living with deadly viruses after being given contaminated blood imported from the US decades ago, an inquiry into the NHS blood scandal heard. Read Full Article at RT.com
Crude oil prices have jumped to the highest level since November 2014 as key producers like Russia and OPEC are not increasing production, while Iran will soon be hit by US sanctions on its energy industry. Read Full Article at RT.com
Fishing is often seen as a relaxing pastime but for one Australian couple their boating trip quickly became a freak, near-death experience after a mackerel came flying through the air and slit the woman’s throat. Read Full Article at RT.com
The governor of the Turkish city of Erzurum has suggested holding Olympic events in Sochi if Turkey wins the right to host the 2026 Winter Games. Read Full Article at RT.com
Incredible footage shows the moment a luxury tourist bus in India was dragged away by swollen river waters as the area was battered by monsoon rain. Read Full Article at RT.com
Toronto added more tech jobs in the past five years than anywhere else in North America, according to a recent report.