An enormous asteroid large enough to wipe out an entire city will zip past the planet tomorrow in the afternoon, space agency NASA warned.
360-foot-wide monster asteroid on 'Earth approach' tomorrow: NASA warns
Uber Technologies Inc. has filed paperwork for an initial public offering, according to three people with knowledge of the matter, taking a step closer to a key milestone for one of the most closely watched and controversial companies in Silicon Valley.
Uber makes confidential filing for long-awaited IPO
NASA’s new Mars lander captured the first sounds of the “really unworldly” Martian wind.
New NASA lander captures first sounds of Martian wind
US President Donald Trump has officially named State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert to replace Nikki Haley as the US ambassador to the United Nations, ending weeks of speculation about the post.
Trump names Heather Nauert as US ambassador to UN
White House chief of staff John Kelly is set to announce his resignation from the post in the coming days after reaching a “stalemate” in his relationship with President Donald Trump, according to a CNN report.
White House chief of staff Kelly to resign soon over ‘stalemate’ with Trump: Report
Turkish Defense Minister Hulusi Akar told US Syria Envoy Jim Jeffrey that the United States should give up on building observation posts in Syria, state-owned Anadolu Agency said on Friday.
Turkey tells US it should give up on building observation posts in Syria
The Kremlin shrugged off a US call for it to scrap a nuclear-capable missile on Friday, saying it was in compliance with the Cold-War era arms control treaty Washington accuses the missile of violating.
Kremlin shrugs off US call to scrap nuclear-capable missile
US Defense Secretary Jim Mattis, who has enjoyed a level of bipartisan support rarely seen in Washington, is facing mounting public criticism amid the fallout from the slaying of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
Mattis faces criticism after comments in Khashoggi case
Iran: Resolution indicates real nature of US foreign policy
US-sponsored resolution against Hamas fails at UN
Nearly half of all American adults have an immediate family member who has experienced incarceration, according to a new study published on Thursday that spotlights the extent of mass imprisonment in the US.
Report: Half of US adults have family member who has been incarcerated

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