The International Swimming Federation President Julio Maglione claims that the World Anti-Doping Agency independent commission led by Richard McLaren exceeded its power and this issue should be dealt with.
New Turkish constitution is underway, the works on the draft has begun, country's Prime Minister Binali Yildirim said.
Daniel McAdams, executive director of the Ron Paul Institute for Peace and Prosperity, told Radio Sputnik that allegations that Moscow could be behind the DNC email scandal is just a “spit in the wind” in a deteriorating public relations disaster.
At Fort Benning, Georgia, US Army officials recently carried out a live-fire demonstration of 30mm cannons mounted atop the service’s new Combat Reconnaissance Vehicle, Light Armored Vehicle, and Flyer Advanced Light Strike Vehicle, manufactured by General Dynamics.
While the US claims it plans to install the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) missile system on the Korean peninsula as a means to defend its regional allies, one key Pacific partner will be kept out of the loop.
The sun-powered zero-fuel Solar Impulse 2 (SI-2) plane landed in Abu Dhabi, finishing its round-the-world journey, it was reported Tuesday.
At least 14 people were killed and 30 wounded by a suicide car bomb attack in eastern Iraq Monday.
Donna Brazile, the new Democratic National Committee interim chair, who was appointed amid controversy over leaked emails showing the DNC favored Hillary Clinton over Bernie Sanders in the presidential race, seems to be adhering to her predecessor’s style.
Attorneys for the alleged 9/11 masterminds held at Guantanamo Bay claimed on Sunday that the US government, with a judge’s secret permission, destroyed a secret CIA prison where inmate abuse may have taken place.
The number of satellites orbiting the Earth has increased 40% in the past five years, currently standing at almost 1,400 known devices, threatening the possibility of collisions in space.
Human Rights First said in a report that the number of persons seeking asylum imprisoned in the United States increased by close to a factor of three during the Obama administration.
Amid ongoing tensions in the South China Sea, a Japanese submarine has traveled to a former US naval base located on the edge of China’s territorial claim.
A European People’s Party think tank has released a research paper speculating that Russia secretly promotes a nefarious agenda in Europe through a complex of Kremlin-funded organizations operating in the region.
Former US Olympic wrestler Rulon Gardner claims that an overall ban on Russian athletes at the upcoming summer Olympic Games in Rio, Brazil would not be fair to "clean" athletes.
As communication technologies evolve, the number of satellites launched into orbit has increased dramatically, threatening the possibility of collisions in space.
Supporters of Sen. Bernie Sanders booed the mention of Hillary Clinton's name on the floor of the Wells Fargo Center on Monday, the opening day of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia. "Only you! Only you!" chanted some of his delegates during a speech by the onetime presidential hopeful, who pleaded for party unity. Show More Summary
In a win for folks who believe women's bodies are public property, the Georgia Court of Appeals ruled in favor of a supermarket employee who followed a customer around the store, secretly recording a video of the view up her skirt. Citing...Show More Summary
With the first day of the Democratic National Convention (DNC) underway, intense protests have broken out on the floor of the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia.
IOC will use an independent expert to decide which Russian athletes were not doping-tested rigorously enough prior to the Rio Games, media reported.
A mined car explosion in central Damascus district of Kafr Sousa, Syria wounded one man, media reported.