Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) said he will continue to investigate text messages sent by FBI agents on Feb. 7 at the Capitol.
You can now take the lite version of Google Maps for a spin if you're in the US. Google has opened the beta version of Maps Go to US beta testers, giving you a way to look up directions or transit info even if you're an area with poor connection. Goo…
Group fighting against Brexit secures donation from billionaire investor’s foundation.
A photographer has taken portraits of the fire crew which put out a blaze at his restaurant, as a thank you.
The Commonwealth Bank, the bank at the centre of many of the biggest scandals to hit the industry, becomes the last major bank to explicitly say that victims and former staff are free to give evidence to the financial services royal commission.
If such an obviously rigged poll were being held in Iran or Zimbabwe, there would be screams of outrage from the west
Russia will vote in presidential elections next month that Vladimir Putin is certain to win. Consider that statement for a moment. An election implies a contest. So how can the current president, who has already served three terms and wielded power in the Kremlin continuously since 1999, be assured of victory in advance?
The answer is that Russia’s is an election in name only. In truth it is a sham and a smokescreen, designed to confer democratic respectability on to a corrupt oligarchy. For Russians accustomed to unaccountable rule from on high, this is nothing new. More surprising is the supine acquiescence, bordering on complicity, of western democracies.
If you felt like all you heard about for the past 12 months was same-sex marriage and the citizenship of this MP and that MP, the art world seems to agree.
Buyers of adopters in England would need to deal with a breeder or rehousing centre under proposals.