The “most adaptable animals that you’ll ever find” are running rampant across parts of rural Japan in the wake of the 2011 nuclear catastrophe and strict gun laws aren’t helping.
The airline announced Tuesday it will beef up its Taser training for crew members and will hire more male flight attendants in the wake of an incident where singer Richard Marx helped crew members subdue an unruly passenger.
The U.S. ranks first in arms sales for 2015 with $40.2 billion in weapons sold to other countries, according to a congressional study published this month.
After deciding to sell the gun, John Barnett did some research, only to find out the gun belonged to a man who died in a concentration camp in 1942.
Chambered for the very fat Techkrim 9.55x39mm (.366 TKM) round, the Russian firm of Molot dropped a video of their VPO-209 doing battle with fruit somewhere on the frozen steppes.
The ancient Bavarian town of Augsburg called for one of the largest post-WWII evacuations in German history on Christmas after a live 2-ton bomb was unearthed.
Nearly 80 percent of the people living in the Philippines say they’re worried they or someone they know could become a victim of President Rodrigo Duterte’s call for the extrajudicial killings of people involved in that country’s drug trade.
Investigators have not yet determined what may have caused the explosion, which could reportedly be felt in neighboring towns.
The Pentagon on Tuesday announced that a U.S-owned unmanned underwater vehicle seized in violation of international law by the Chinese navy last week has been returned.
A British camera crew spent a week at a gun store in Battle Creek, Michigan, and now the documentary is screening in that town.