Magnitsky Lawyer Falls Several Stories, Seriously Injured Ahead Of Court Date

A lawyer representing the family of the deceased Russian whistle-blower Sergei Magnitsky has been hospitalized in Moscow with serious injuries after falling several stories.

Scientists Sound the Alarm: CO2 Levels Race Past Point of No Return

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) reported that carbon dioxide levels in 2016 broke records for the second year in a row with an increase of 3 parts per million (ppm).

Saudi Arabia ‘expects Donald Trump to scrap 9/11 victims law’ as first cases brought...

Saudi Arabia is expecting President Donald Trump to reverse a US law allowing families of the victims of the 9/11 attacks to sue the kingdom, as the first law suit related to the attacks is filed in New York, it has been reported.

Sweden preparing nuclear fallout bunkers across the country amid fear of Russian war

NUCLEAR war shelters are being readied in Sweden to prepare for a surprise Russian attack, according to reports.

Twitter Suspends Over 500,000 Accounts Tied to Extremism

Twitter (TWTR) announced today that is has suspended more than half a million accounts since the middle of 2015 to tackle "violent extremism" on the platform.

Manafort sought for questioning – in D.C. and Kiev

American and Ukrainian officials are pushing to question President Donald Trump’s former campaign chairman Paul Manafort in separate investigations related to his work for a pro-Russian political party in Ukraine once headed by that country’s disgraced former president Viktor Yanukovych.

Brazil is handing over the Amazon rainforest to mining companies and big agriculture

Brazil’s Amazon rainforest, the massive swath of vegetation that accounts for 10 percent of the world’s known species, is again under siege.

Devastating photos of the El Niño-driven flooding that has killed more than 70 people...

The rapid and unusual warming of the waters off northern Peru has unleashed the deadliest rainfall the South American country has seen in decades.

Britain will ban electronic devices on flights from six Middle Eastern nations amid terror...

Britain will follow the US and bar passengers from taking laptops and tablets on UK-bound flights from six Middle Eastern countries.

Trump signs NASA funding bill, sets goal of human on Mars

President Trump on Tuesday signed a bill authorizing funding for NASA while setting a new goal to send humans to Mars. 

Report: Ex-Trump campaign head laundered money from Russia-linked Ukraine pol

President Trump’s former campaign leader Paul Manafort is being accused of laundering money from the party of Ukraine’s Kremlin-backed former president, the Washington Post reported Tuesday, citing documents from a Ukraine lawmaker.

UAE named in $20bn Russian money laundering scheme

The UAE allegedly received more than $434 million from a vast Russian money laundering scheme between 2011 and 2014.

Venom from the funnel web spider could prevent brain damage from strokes after ‘world-first...

Venom from the deadly funnel web spider can be used to protect the brain from devastating stroke damage, scientists have found.

Hungarian secret agent reveals in detail how serious the Russian threat is

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Americans chant ‘Build the wall’ while on vacation in Cancun, Mexico – National |...

Anaximandro and Sully Amable were all set to enjoy a night watching a pirate show on a boat in the waters off of Cancun two weeks ago.

Goldman Sachs confirms London jobs will move to Europe in first stage of Brexit...

Goldman Sachs will shift jobs away from London while bulking up its European presence by "hundreds of people" as it executes on Brexit contingency plans, the chief executive officer of Goldman Sachs International told CNBC on Tuesday.

Japan offers funeral discounts to elderly drivers who give up their licences 

Elderly drivers in Japan have been offered discounts on funeral services if they hand over their driving licences, in a bid to cut down on dangerous road-users.

A single ride in London could wind up costing Uber hundreds of millions of...

Like thousands of other Londoners, Jolyon Maugham took an Uber this morning (Mar. 20).