SCRUB! Today’s @SpaceX launch scrubbed due to 2nd stage thrust vector control issue. Next earliest launch opportunity is 9:38am ET tomorrow pic.twitter.com/aliOUTLzTI — NASA (@NASA) February 18, 2017 With a mere 13 seconds remaining until blast off, SpaceX confirmed that they were “standing down” to examine one of the engine nozzles, adding that Sunday at…
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga remains on course for a first ATP title since 2015 after beating Tomas Berdych to reach the final of the Rotterdam Open.
Lavrov had just shaken hands and posed for a picture with Secretary-General of the International Atomic Energy Agency Yukiya Amano. On the way to his seat, he decided to make a snap inspection on a nearby door – and, apparently, found a wall right behind it.
The Leuven fire department has confirmed to local media that two people are in critical condition and 23 others have been injured. 14 people have already been transferred to local hospitals for treatment.
Speaking at the Munich Security Conference on Saturday, German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel said that while he regrets the UK’s decision to leave the EU, he respects the will of the British people.
The chain began at the site where Pope Francis gave his speech at Cruz del Migrante on the banks of the Río Grande a year ago, in which he decried forced migration as a “human tragedy.
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Caroline Wozniacki will face Karolina Pliskova in the Qatar Open final after a bumper Friday of quarter and semi-final action.
HONG KONG — In the winter of 1967, a group of Chinese space experts trudged across a desert in China’s western borderlands in search of a crashed test rocket.
WASHINGTON — A wave of leaks from government officials has hobbled the Trump administration, leading some to draw comparisons to countries like Egypt, Turkey and Pakistan, where shadowy networks within government bureaucracies, often referred to as “deep states,” undermine and coerce elected governments.