Trump threatens to ‘close our southern border’ over migrant caravan
- "Twitter" has published the data about the Russian "trolls"
- China finds Trump's team 'very confusing' to diplomats, ambassador to USA says
- Djokovic dominates Zverev to reach Shanghai Masters final
- With Tom Brady, the Patriots confidence never wavered in comeback effort
- India elected to United Nations rights Council with highest number of votes
- Nepal storm kills at least seven climbers on Himalayan mountain, police say
- Trump again rejects halting Saudi arms sale over Khashoggi case
- Mnuchin isn't blaming the Fed for the market rout, says it's a '
- China defies Trump tariffs, trade surplus soars
- Pastor freed in US-Turkey row that snared F-35 program
- UK Government planning Brexit extension to appease DUP
- Michael: What we know about the deadly storm
- Canada concerned over reports Saudi journalist killed
- Hope Hicks tapped to head communications for New Fox
- Week Ahead: Kavanaugh Confirmed, Sworn In - And What Comes Next
October 20, 2018
Trump Praises Montana GOP Congressman for Body Slamming Reporter
So a politician attacks and assaults a journalist, and then more than a year later, Trump arrives in Montana and raves about it. Jon Tester , but it was his praise for House Greg Gianforte's physical assault on a reporter that stole the show.
October 19, 2018
After Debate, Trump Rips Beto O'Rourke, Endorses Former Rival Ted Cruz
Trump wrote. "Beto is a Flake!" "That's why the president called him Lyin' Ted and it's why the nickname stuck because it's true". Cruz laughed off the exchange saying it was obvious that O'Rourke needed to attack to try and reverse polls that show him fading.
October 18, 2018
Sabarimala temple updates: Ayyappa devotees stop womens entry, 20 detained
Two years ago, activists successfully campaigned to end a ban on women entering the Shani Shingnapur temple in Maharashtra state. State Congress working president K Sudhakaran led party workers in the protest at Nilakkal to express solidarity with believers.
October 18, 2018
Turkey Identifies 5 Suspects in Probe of Saudi Journalist’s Fate
Three other suspects are linked to Prince Mohammed's security detail and a fifth is a high-level forensic doctor, the Times said. Jamal Khashoggi had become increasingly critical of the powerful Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman in recent months.
October 15, 2018
UK's Labour says would stop selling arms to Saudi Arabia
Concerns appeared to spread Monday to Japan's SoftBank, which has invested tens of billions of dollars of Saudi government funds. Saudi Arabia dismissed threats of sanctions the following day and vowed the oil-rich kingdom would retaliate against such action.
October 14, 2018
Turkish newspaper names 15 Saudis in case of missing reporter
He says he's spoken with the Saudis about what he called a "bad situation", but he did not disclose details of his conversations. The newspaper said Khashoggi turned on the recording function of his smartwatch before walking into the consulate on October 2.
October 11, 2018
Kanye West Goes On 10-Minute Rant During White House Visit
West concluded the entertaining news conference by declaring, " I love this guy right here", and giving the president a hug. West said he was diagnosed with bipolar disorder, but then that he was misdiagnosed, and was simply sleep-deprived.
October 10, 2018
Hurricane Michael upgraded to Category 3 storm
The 11 a.m. advisory for Hurricane Michael shows it is up to a 110-mph Category 2 hurricane - one mile below a Category 3. There is also little chance that the storm's path will shift majorly east or west, based on the latest models.
October 09, 2018
Google+ Is Finally Shutting Down, And It’s About Time
The data breach does not include any other data a user may have posted or connected to Google+ or any other service. Finally, the Android contacts API will no longer let third-party apps access interactions with contacts.
October 08, 2018
Officer Guilty of Second-Degree Murder in Laquan McDonald Killing
The defense built their counterargument around the video not being enough evidence to accurately depict the scenario for Van Dyke. Jason Van Dyke , 40, was the first Chicago officer to be charged with murder for an on-duty shooting in about 50 years.