Moscow urged US to respect views of Russian people

By criticizing Russian legislation banning LGBTQ, pedophilia, and sex-change propaganda, US officials are interfering in the nation’s internal affairs, Moscow’s embassy in Washington said on Friday. It also urged the US to respect the views of the Russian people.

Musk starts Twitter opinion poll on Donald Trump

Elon Musk started a opinion poll on twitter late on Friday asking followers to vote on whether to reinstate former U.S. President Donald Trump's account on the platform, with early results showing roughly 60% voting yes.

Elizabeth Holmes, former US billionaire sentenced to 11 years in prison

Elizabeth Holmes, the founder of US startup Theranos, which offered fast and low-cost blood tests, was found guilty of fraud and sentenced to more than 11 years in prison on Friday.

Washington blasts off Moscow over prisoner swap talks

The White House has accused Russia of not negotiating in good faith a potential prisoner swap between the two countries, claiming that Moscow’s actions are at odds with the statements it makes on the record.

US running low on Javelin anti-tank missiles and other ammunition

The US is starting to worry about the lack of state-of-the-art systems and ammunition it is sending to Ukraine amid the conflict with Russia, CNN reported on Thursday, citing sources.

Xi says US and China should continued cooperation

Chinese President Xi Jinping urged for continued cooperation with the United States during his first in-person meeting with President Joe Biden on Monday, but insisted Washington’s attempts to suppress or contain China would backfire.

US President Joe Biden apologizes for leaving Paris Climate Pact

President Joe Biden again apologized to world leaders on Friday for the US withdrawal from the landmark 2016 Paris climate agreement, emphasizing that his administration has worked to reinstitute US leadership to fight the global phenomena.

US Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Mark Milley pledges military aid to Taiwan

US Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Mark Milley has said the Pentagon will support Taiwan’s military with both weapons and training, warning against a Chinese attack on the island while accusing Beijing of seeking “global military superiority.”

South Korea denies arms sale to Ukraine

South Korea denies arms sale to Ukraine on Friday and rejected a report that it would sell artillery shells for use by Ukrainian forces, claiming the munitions -- if the ongoing deal negotiation is finalised -- will be for US forces only.

US will not send lethal and modern drones to Ukraine

The administration of US President Joe Biden has rebuffed Kiev’s requests to provide it with state-of-the-art drones over concerns that doing so could escalate the Ukraine conflict, the Wall Street Journal reported on Wednesday, citing sources.

Nasa again rescheduled Space launch mission to moon

Nasa again rescheduled Space launch mission to moon to Moon on Tuesday as Tropical Storm Nicole churned toward the east coast of Florida, officials said.

Russian deputy foreign minister Andrey Rudenko declines talks with US

Russia is not engaged in negotiations with the US over Ukraine, a senior Russian diplomat said on Tuesday, signaling, however, that Moscow remains completely open to talks with Kiev.