The White House remained non-committal on the Russian proposal to allow investigators from both countries to question suspects under a 1999 treaty, which has the media and at least one former US official up in arms. Read Full Article at RT.com
The campus of American University in northwestern Washington, DC has been placed on lockdown due to reports of an “armed intruder” nearby. Students and staff were told to lock doors and shelter in place. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Federal prosecutors demanded that Russian gun activist Maria Butina remain in jail because she poses a flight risk and is linked to Russian intelligence. Moscow has called her arrest politically motivated. Read Full Article at RT.com
When the first Android phone went on sale a decade ago, Google made a bet: Its free operating system would hook smartphone makers. Now that business model may need an upgrade.
Tesla’s chief executive apologized for lashing out at the British cave explorer who dismissed his efforts to help rescue the youth soccer team trapped in a Thai cave.
Auto makers, parts suppliers and dealers are joining forces to push back against the Trump administration’s proposal to apply tariffs of up to 25% on vehicles and components imported into the U.S.
Fifteen years after the Concorde last flew, investors, plane makers and equipment suppliers are pushing to revive superfast airliners and business jets. But will regulators go along—and will passengers be willing to pay?
Samsung is planning to introduce a foldable-screen smartphone early next year, as the world’s largest phone maker eyes a splashy device that can help boost longer-term demand for its slumping handset business.
The EU fined Alphabet’s Google $5 billion, a record for the bloc that could loosen the company’s grip on its biggest growth engine: mobile phones.
Now the Admiral Gorshkov is undergoing the coating of the hull and the superstructure for the naval parade in St. Petersburg
Along with that, Russian military on the ground are making active efforts to render humanitarian aid to the Syrian population, the Foreign Ministry's spokeswoman said
The first tranche of $4 million from the Arab investors will be done until the beginning of September this year
In a fresh tweet President Donald Trump has said some people would rather “go to war” than see him getting along with Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin. He added that the “haters” merely want “a boxing match.” Read Full Article at RT.com
Did Donald Trump secretly surrender America to Vladimir Putin in Helsinki? Suspicious Democrats want to know the truth by bringing the State Department interpreter to testify before Congress. Read Full Article at RT.com
Someone in the US Army thought celebrating World Emoji Day by posting a picture of troops with emojis in place of their faces was a good idea. What they received in return was not exactly smiley faces. Read Full Article at RT.com
Slovakia has handed over to Russia a Chechen man suspected of organizing a series of bombings in 2006, as well as participating in the gang of one of the most ruthless terrorists, Shamil Basayev. Read Full Article at RT.com
About 100,000 pilgrims led by the head of the Russian Orthodox Church, have walked 21 kilometers in a solemn procession commemorating the 100th anniversary of the killing of the last Russian emperor Nicholas II and his family. Read Full Article at RT.com
Horrifying footage of what is said to be a recent plane crash outside the South African capital, Pretoria shot from inside the Convair CV-340 plane has been published online. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Theresa May cowed fellow Tories into backing a vote on her post-Brexit customs plan as she told them they would otherwise face a general election, which could ultimately catapult Jeremy Corbyn into Number 10, the Times reports. Read Full Article at RT.com
Browder became the subject of the first criminal case in Russia back in 2004
Both presidents said after the Helsinki summit that a big step forward had been taken
Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned, an English lord learned firsthand, when his lover trashed his south London flat with liters of pig blood, spraying lewd insults on the walls of their former love nest. Read Full Article at RT.com
The US Department of Justice said on Monday Maria Butina was detained in Washington on charges of unregistered activity in the US as a foreign agent pursuing Russia’s interests
It is expected that the judge will read out the indictment to Maria Butina in the courtroom on Wednesday
US President also said that the former CIA director John Brennan, who labelled his news conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin as «treasonous», was «a very bad guy»
Reuters quoted officials earlier saying Mattis was «open to the possibility of the first talks since 2015 between the defense chiefs of the US and Russia»
The expedition has seven participants
Stanford scientists have trialed a revolutionary technology – using magnetic wire to detect and potentially remove cancer cells in the bloodstream. Read Full Article at RT.com
There has been a surge in the number of Muslim-Americans launching their bids for national and statewide offices, analysts say, crediting the Trump administration's policies with sparking the moment. Read Full Article at RT.com
Texas Instruments Inc.’s Chief Executive Brian Crutcher has resigned over violations of the company’s code of conduct, the analog chip giant said, less than two months after taking control of the company.
Live-streaming app LiveMe has deleted 600,000 accounts of children under the age of 13 in the last 60 days since media reports emerged that pedophiles were using the service to exploit underage users. Read Full Article at RT.com