Russia claims to have created a devastating hypersonic missile that travels five times faster than the speed of sound and could rip through navy warship defences because it's too fast to stop. The Kremlin's Zircon missile has been called "unstoppable", "unbeatable" and "undefendable" with a 4,600mph speed that only one defence system in the world can destroy - that system is owned by Russia. The missile employs revolutionary scramjet technology to reach its hypersonic speeds whereby propulsion is created by forcing air from the atmosphere into its combustor where it mixes with on-board fuel - rather than carry both fuel and oxidizer like traditional rockets.
Fox News has been widely mocked after it tweeted a “news alert” stating that Donald Trump was working over the weekend. The news organisation, which is one of the few media outlets to support the controversial president, whose approval ratings are at a historic low for a new president, shared the bizarre update yesterday. “News Alert: @POTUS spending weekend working at the White House,” the tweet read.
The cause is being investigated after 18 people were injured.
Christina El Moussa Goes Glam in Stunning New Photo
BERLIN (AP) - Thieves broke into the German capital's Bode Museum before dawn Monday and made off with a massive 100-kilogram (221-pound) gold coin worth millions of dollars, police said.
Chris Pratt has been busy filming ‘Jurassic World 2’, but he’s also pretty busy trolling the bodyshamers who reckon he’s looking too thin. Some background - the once kind-of chubby, now totally ripped star has been posting a series of videos detailing his on-set snacking while making the dino-sequel. Called (obviously) #whatsmysnack, he shines the spotlight on a range of healthy snacks which, judging by his inability to pronounce some of them - we’re looking at you ‘cacao baobab banana chia’ - he may not be making himself. ...
The Pentagon is poised to review -- and probably approve -- a new helicopter from Lockheed Martin Corp. to transport heavy cargo for the Marine Corps in a program valued at as much as $29 billion. The Defense Acquisition Board has scheduled a March 30 meeting to review whether to approve low-rate production for the first 24 of a planned 200 King Stallion helicopters. The initial contract would cover two of the aircraft capable of lifting 27,000 pounds (12,200 kilograms), according to Defense Department documents. Quantities would grow annually, to four next year and 14 in fiscal 2021, according to the latest published acquisition report. Approval to proceed would be the first major acquisition