PGA Tour to start blood testing in October
- Ryan backs Postecoglou and the Socceroos' controversial system
- Putin: New sanctions will 'complicate' Russia-US ties
- Cuba rejects new US policy, saying pressure will not work
- Friend says Trump is considering 'terminating' Mueller
- Russia eases to 2-0 Confederations Cup win over New Zealand
- Heat advisory issued for Topeka, eastern Kansas
- Presidential Poll: BJP May Announce Candidate June 23
- Verizon Takes Over Yahoo To Complete $4.5 Billion Deal
- MI health director charged with involuntary manslaughter in Flint water crisis
- Fox News Dropping 'Fair & Balanced' Slogan
- Ralph Northam wins Democratic nomination for governor
- Panama Switches Diplomatic Recognition From Taiwan to China
- US Conducts First Strike Against Al-Shabaab Positions in Somalia - Pentagon
- SEXUAL HARASSMENT: Uber CEO may step aside
- Sweden beats France as Lloris gifts winner; Netherlands win
June 19, 2017
Vehicle strikes several pedestrians on London road
Britain has been on high alert following a pair of attacks in recent weeks that claimed the lives of some 30 people. This happens during Ramadan, when Muslims fast from dawn to dusk and engage in intense prayer and feast at sundown.
June 19, 2017
Portugal hoping Ronaldo can continue his good form in Russia
Hector Moreno's injury time goal earned Mexico a 2-2 draw with Portugal in the Confederations Cup . The Confederations Cup is considered a warm up for next summer's World Cup.
June 18, 2017
200+ mayors, 10 governors counter Trump's exit from Paris Agreement
Haley defended Trump's decision saying business could not be run under the kind of regulations imposed by the Paris Climate deal. As other leaders around the world vowed to confront climate change without the United States, Mr.
June 17, 2017
Unruly behaviour won't be accepted: Aviation Minister
Two months ago, Shiv Sena MP Ravindra Gaikwad sparked widespread criticism for assaulting an elderly Air India employee. He had entered the ticketing corner of IndiGo inside the airport and allegedly damaged some furniture and a printer.
June 16, 2017
44% of India's aged treated badly in public
Between March 2013 and December 2016, the state government's Elder Abuse Hotline received more than 5500 calls. The free screening will take place at 1:30 p.m. on June 20 and is open to the public.
June 16, 2017
The Congressional baseball game is a long-running, bipartisan tradition
US Senator Jeff Flake used his belt as a makeshift tourniquet to stop the staffer's bleeding, Williams said. - Rep. Alexandria police say five people were taken to area hospitals, including the gunman who opened fire.
June 15, 2017
Analysts Warn: Much Deeper OPEC Cuts Are Needed
Producers hedge by buying a variety of financial options to secure a minimum price for crude and safeguard future production. They stand 292m barrels above the five-year average and are higher than when Opec chose to cut output, the IEA said.
June 14, 2017
Schumer joins bipartisan push to block part of Trump's Saudi arms deal
Franken, a co-sponsor of the resolution, cited Saudi Arabia's war in Yemen, which he called "a tragedy that we can not continue to support".
June 12, 2017
Democratic Unionists in Northern Ireland become election key
However, he said he was skeptical to conclude that "Britons' sovereign decision on Brexit has been cast into doubt in any way". The DUP has close ties with the Conservatives, and it is in favor of the U.K.'s withdrawal from the European Union .
June 11, 2017
Apple's latest iOS update will render older iPhones, iPads obsolete
Apple argues that this will let it get more out of its devices and software which, in the long term, will benefit all users. And you can drag and drop items - photos, hyperlinks, whatever - between apps, just like on a "proper" laptop.