Fox Newsians really outdid themselves this week. 1. Bill O’Reilly and colossal jackass colleague humiliate homeless people to score political points. Bill O’Reilly does not like “ultra-liberal” New York City mayor Bill de Blasio, and this week he demonstrated that there is no low to which he will not go to make up bad shit about the mayor. Show More Summary
Be wary of political hacks who wrap themselves in religious rhetoric and American flags in order to gain our support. I am an evangelical Christian, which means that I openly share the “good news” of the saving grace of Jesus Christ, and I have personally accepted that saving grace for my sins. Show More Summary
Why do we keep parroting FBI terror warnings when they never actually predict anything? On Monday, several mainstream media outlets repeated the latest press releaseby the FBI that country was under a new “heightened terror alert” from...Show More Summary
Finally, a little laxing of the drug war. Washington D.C. — The timeless words of Joe Rogan seem to be taking their toll on the consciences of American politicians. To kidnap and lock people in a cage for a personal choice and action that harms no one, is an evil act. Show More Summary
No matter what troubles plague US-Russia relations and how intense tensions or rhetoric over Ukraine or NATO military buildup become, Washington needs Moscow's help in areas ranging from Iran's nuclear program to space exploration.
Neither Russia nor the European Union wants Ukraine to become “an abyss” near their borders, Le Huffington Post reported.
What do most people associate the word “Kalashnikov” with? A series of assault rifles, of course. Now, however, Kalashnikov Concern has something completely different on offer.
A European diplomatic source told Sputnik Friday that the European Union would look into the results of a new referendum on Crimea's reunification with Russia, if it met all international standards and involved representatives of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE).
The International Maritime Defense Show took place in St. Petersburg between July 2 and July 5. The exhibition attracted visitors from all over the world, demonstrating the latest achievements of leading nautical manufacturers.
Militants of the Islamic State militant group blew up a thermal power plant in al-Hasakah Governorate in the northeast of Syria, a source in the Syrian army told RIA Novosti Sunday.
The Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Porter (DDG 78) is scheduled to enter the Black Sea, July 5, 2015, the US Navy said on its website Sunday.
Christine Lagarde may lose her post as the head of International Monetary Fund.
On Sunday, Greek voters are taking part in a referendum to determine whether Greece should accept the lenders-proposed bailout plan that envisages serious spending cuts and tax increases.
The European Union will lift the sanctions it has imposed against Russia over the Ukraine crisis only when there are "positive developments" on the implementation of the Minsk agreements, Austrian Foreign Minister Sebastian Kurz told Sputnik Sunday.
Greek President Prokopis Pavlopoulos urged the country's nationals on Sunday to unite regardless of the outcome of the austerity referendum.
This story was originally published by Slate and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. I f you're like me, you writhe in guilt-ridden anguish each time you forget to bring your canvas tote to the grocery store. Show More Summary
Republicans have no agenda. America won't fall for culture/religion wars anymore. Petulance is all they have left
As a nation finally confronts the truth about the Confederate flag, we join together to tear a hateful symbol down
It will take generations to do what Pat Buchanan fears: Purge the nation's birth faith of power. It's a worthy goal
A Russian aviation official said a draft Dutch report into last year's crash of Malaysian Airlines flight 17 in eastern Ukraine "raises more questions than it gives answers."