The British government is planning a new initiative which will aim to help schoolchildren distinguish real information from ‘fake news’
Silicon Valley bigwig Peter Thiel believes that Google, which aided China’s military, may be infested with Beijing’s agents, according to
Russia and one of the biggest importers of its weapons, India, have decided to use their national currencies to transfer
A major technical error has caused Europe’s satellite navigation system to be fully offline since Friday, with most satellites powering
If you thought alligators were a force to be reckoned with, then you’ve never met one hopped up on methamphetamine.
India called off its mission to the moon early Monday, putting on hold its plans to be first to explore
Information from Hillary Clinton’s unauthorized, private email server were found on the dark web, newly released documents from the FBI
On July 13, New York City went dark. The outage plunged 73,000 people into darkness in Midtown Manhattan and the
A fully equipped dentist’s chair, close-up photographs of young girls’ backsides and a snap of a pedophile meeting a pope.
The US Department of Defense can go ahead with plans to award a multi-billion dollar contract to revamp its data
Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt has defended the UK press’ right to report on the embarrassing leaked cables of UK ambassador
A much-delayed government report failed to identify the cause in a spate of arm malformations across France, and despite calls
A harsher than expected sentencing by an Italian court of a Ukrainian-born trooper was met with outrage by Ukrainian nationalists.
As Turkey beamed out images of Russian S-400 air defense systems being delivered, US lawmakers demanded immediate sanctions against Ankara,
Iran has told “foreign powers” to leave its surrounding regions and warned that the rapidly-escalating tensions between Tehran and the