The Pentagon has acknowledged funding a secret multi-million dollar program to investigate sightings of UFOs.
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The US Army will soon send teams of cyber warriors to the battlefield, officials said Wednesday, as the military increasingly looks to take the offensive against enemy computer networks.
The Bangladeshi immigrant who set off a bomb in New York's subway Monday told investigators that he was avenging attacks on the Islamic State group and chose the location by its Christmas posters, US media reported.
Rex Tillerson's political future appeared to hang by a thread Thursday, with President Donald Trump refusing to rule out his imminent departure as secretary of state.
Star news anchor Matt Lauer has been sacked over allegations of sexual misconduct, US broadcaster NBC said Wednesday, in the latest fall from grace of a power player in the media and entertainment industry.
Saudi Arabia on Tuesday freed influential Prince Miteb bin Abdullah, a source said, more than three weeks after he was detained in a sweeping anti-corruption purge of the kingdom's elite.
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has denounced Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei as the "new Hitler of the Middle East", as tensions simmer between the regional rivals.
President Xi Jinping Wednesday encouraged members of the press "to visit and see more of China" when he unveiled his new leadership -- but five Western media outlets were excluded from the event.
Former US president Jimmy Carter says he has offered to go to North Korea on behalf of the White House to try to allay rising tensions, but has not been asked, the New York Times reported Sunday.
US President Donald Trump on Saturday said he was unsurprised by revelations that Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein sexually harassed women for nearly three decades.
Saudi Arabia scrambled Friday to withdraw a school textbook that accidentally included a doctored photograph of a former ruler sitting next to a "Star Wars" character, prompting ridicule on social media.
The wife of US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin apologized on Tuesday after she posted an Instagram photo and comments that were slammed as tone deaf and elitist.
A 14-bedroom mansion in Long Island, New York that was once owned by former dictator Ferdinand Marcos and his wife, Ilocos Norte Rep. Imelda Marcos, is back on the auction block, the New York Post has reported.
President Donald Trump on Saturday attacked The New York Times and its "sick agenda," alleging that one of the paper's reports thwarted a US bid to take out Islamic State chief Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.
Malacañang has defended President Rodrigo Duterte from the New York Times' latest scathing editorial blaming him for the ongoing conflict in Marawi City.
Let White House Spokesperson Sean Spicer deal with it.
The New York Times has published another scathing editorial on President Rodrigo Duterte on the heels of United States President Donald Trump's invitation for him to visit the White House.
Filipino-American millionaire Loida Nicolas Lewis has come to the New York Times' defense even as she feels "flattered" that President Rodrigo Duterte is convinced she can influence the paper.
The State Department and National Security Council are expected to question administration officials over the United States President Donald Trump's invitation for President Rodrigo Duterte to go to the White House, according to a New York…
Duterte to New York Times: 'Asshole. Better stop your publishing'
President Rodrigo Duterte isn’t intimidated by one of the world’s most influential newspapers which recently declared in its editorial that he should be stopped for his brutal war on drugs.
President Rodrigo Duterte's legal adviser urged the New York Times on Wednesday (April 26) to double check its facts after the paper urged the International Criminal Court (ICC) to probe the Chief Executive for mass murder.
The New York Times has urged the International Criminal Court (ICC) to immediately open an investigation on President Rodrigo Duterte for crimes against humanity, saying there is already "more than enough evidence" for a preliminary probe.…
Colombia's former president, Cesar Gaviria, has criticized President Rodrigo Duterte anew for his bloody approach to solving the problem on illegal drugs.