Washington Post publisher and CEO Fred Ryan has condemned President Donald Trump’s statement that the United States will remain a "steadfast partner" of Saudi Arabia despite the brutal killing of Virginia-based Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
Trump put personal ties, commercial interests above Khashoggi life: WaPost CEO
US space agency NASA said on Tuesday it would review the workplace safety culture at SpaceX and Boeing Co., as the two companies gear up to fly astronauts to the International Space Station.
NASA to review workplace safety culture at SpaceX, Boeing
The United States has no plans to end the war in Afghanistan despite knowing full well that there is no military solution to the ongoing conflict in the country, says an American political commentator, arguing that America’s interests in the Asian country far outweigh the costs of war.
US wants Afghanistan’s wealth, strategic position: Analyst
Former Republican congressman and presidential candidate Ron Paul has said that “the Pentagon’s lost trillions have nothing to do with defense, adding that the “money propping up the high lifestyles of those connected to the military-industrial complex.”
Pentagon’s 'lost' trillions went to people connected to US military-industrial complex: Ron Paul
Pakistan summoned the US chargé d’affaires in Islamabad on Tuesday to protest President Donald Trump’s criticism of Pakistan’s role in fighting terrorism and the killing of Osama bin Laden.
Pakistan summons US envoy over Trump’s bin Laden remarks
NASA picked an ancient river delta as the landing site for its uncrewed Mars 2020 rover, to hunt for evidence of past life on Earth's neighboring planet, officials said Monday.
NASA picks ancient Martian river delta for 2020 rover touchdown
Apple CEO Tim Cook predicted that new regulations of tech companies and social networks to protect personal data are ‘inevitable’.
Apple CEO: New tech regulation 'inevitable'
Imagine an airport where thousands of planes, empty of fuel, are left abandoned on the tarmac.
‘On-orbit servicing’ emerges as new space industry
Technology investment in Decatur City Schools — a school system located in the city of Decatur in Alabama, the US, and is home to seven of Alabama's International Baccalaureate schools — is changing how students learn and teachers teach.
Technology changing how Decatur students learn
Alcohol is killing more people and at a younger age in the United States, and the biggest increases in mortality are among women, according to a new analysis.
Alcohol killing more people in US, especially women: Study

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