Too close for comfort? Russian Su-24 jets buzz USS Donald Cook. The planes made 20 passes of the US Navy ship, according to officials, passing within 1,000 yards at an altitude of just 100ft. The American ship had just left the Polish port of Gdynia and was in the Baltic Sea about 70 nautical miles off Kaliningrad
A snake that could be the longest a reticulated python ever caught has died.
In this video Luke Rudkowski covered the breaking news of the Bilderberg Group announcing the location and date of this year's secretive meeting. We go over the lies in the offical bilderberg group press release, its contradictions and its history.
An elephant in southern China has taken out his frustration on a row of cars after losing out on a female mate to a love rival.
North Korea has claimed that it successfully deployed an earth observation satellite into orbit, after its “long-range missile test” on Sunday was widely criticized as provocative and in breach of UN resolutions.

The game originated in India around the 6th century AD. "Chaturanga", or "Shah!" in Persian, was taken up by the Muslim world and subsequently spread to Southern Europe – for which we are thankful. Now (once again we may add) there is an effort to ban it for religious reasons. The fatwa by a one of Saudi Arabia's top clerics has led to hundreds of broadsheet articles and a Twitter storm, including some famous chess players.
"Since retiring from chess [ten years ago] he has become a campaigner for human rights and democracy in Russia," CNN host Fareed Zakaria introduced Garry Kasparov on his weekly GPS show. Zakaria, who also writes a weekly column for The Washington Post, asks the 13th World Chess Champion why Russia is in a dangerous stage right now. Watch this explosive seven-minute segment.
North Korea's first hydrogen bomb test was successfully performed at 10:00 am on January 6, 2016.