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Two in Five Americans Favor Trump Impeachment Hearings

The survey, conducted among 1,001 adults nationwide via home and cell phones from December 14 to 17, is also in line with other polls that have been released recently and suggest a fracturing of Trump's support base with 76 percent of Republicans a...

Justin Trudeau Is In Big Trouble After Violating Canada's Ethics Code

Trudeau's position had been that he didn't violate any ethics rules because of the long-running family connection to the Aga Khan, which began in the 1960s when Pierre Trudeau was prime minister. However, Trudeau did not discuss any parliamentary bus...

Theresa May ally Damian Green resigns from UK Cabinet

Green was one of May's closest allies, and she said she was "extremely sad" at his resignation. Green was appointed in the wake of her disastrous bet on a June snap election which lost her party its majority in parliament. "While I can understand t...

Cruise Passengers Dead After Tour Excursion Bus Crashes in Mexico

Mexican police officers and paramedics work at the scene of a road accident, where a bus driving tourists to Chacchoben archaeological zone overturned between El Cafetal and Mahahual, in Quintana Roo state, Mexico, on December 19, 2017 . Embassy in ...

Turkish prosecutor seeks jail term for National Basketball Association player

Gulen denies involvement in the failed putsch. The Chief Public Prosecutor's Office in Istanbul prepared an indictment after Erdogan's lawyer filed a complaint against Enes Kanter on June 17, 2016. He holds a USA green card that allows him to liv...

Raheem Sterling: Man arrested on suspicion of racially abusing Manchester City winger

British police are investigating an alleged racially aggravated assault on Manchester City forward Raheem Sterling before the Premier League leaders' victory against Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday. " This is being treated as a hate crime ". City...

Trump talked of rescinding Gorsuch nomination after criticism

Supreme Court ". In conclusion, the commander in chief added , "The unnamed sources don't exist!" Anyone who sat through the confirmation hearings for Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch came away with a distinct impression that, as far as Mr.

Trump in Hall of Presidents: Disney Display Debuts Tuesday

It's a privilege to serve as the president of the United States, to stand here among so many great leaders of our past and to work on behalf of the American people. Originally, Disney said the attraction would reopen in late June, ahead of the Inde...

Palestinian girl filmed trying to provoke soldiers is arrested

The Israeli army said in a statement the Palestinian girl was arrested for participating in "violent riots" in her village. Bennett noted that under Israeli law, attacking soldiers is punishable by up to seven years in jail. The goal of these provo...

House passes tax bill as Florida members vote party line

Passage of the bill is critical for the GOP's agenda moving forward. Trump , his advisers and Republican leaders continue to say the tax plan would help the middle class the most . As lawmakers voted for the bill, former California Sen. The...

Florida mall brawl caught on video

Approximately two hours later police were called back to the mall in reference to apparent injuries that occurred previously and spoke to complainants. A Sunday night post under the account "Linda Deverso-Pakulis" said of the video: "Yep filthy n--...

Afghan forces thwart attack on training center in Kabul

Interior ministry spokesman Najib Danish told AFP, referring to the National Directorate of Security, NDS, that around 10 am, a group of armed attackers entered an under-construction building in (the) NDS training centre in Afshar area of Kabul ...

White House: North Korea was behind WannaCry cyberattack

In an op-ed published in The Wall Street Journal , Homeland Security Advisor Tom Bessert wrote that North Korea was "directly responsible" for the malware that "cost billions". "When we must, the United States will act alone to impose costs and cons...

Tokyo approves deployment of two Aegis Ashore missile defense systems in Japan

Japan chose Aegis Ashore ahead of other land-based missile defenses, including the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense, or THAAD, system that the USA recently deployed to South Korea. Last month, North Korea test-fired an intercontinental ballistic m...

Bomb and Gun Attack on Christian Church in Pakistan

Chief Minister of Balochistan (CM) Nawab Sanaullah Khan Zehri on Monday has announced to give Rs1 million each to martyrs and Rs0.5 million each to injured people of Quetta church attack that killed nine people. Many casualties resulted from a se...

Saunders outclasses Lemieux to retain title

Saunders, 28, is now undefeated in 26 fights after controlling the bout and winning by unanimous decision. It was a fourth defeat for Lemieux, who had won each of his four fights since being stopped by unified middleweight champion Golovkin in 2015...

Buccaneers RB Peyton Barber gets start vs. Falcons

ET, ESPN). In a surprising turn on events, though, Martin is a health scratch due to a violation of team rules, according to ESPN's Monday Night Countdown. Peyton Barber will start at running back for the team's Week 15 game. They will presumably se...

Over 1 mln United Kingdom premises unable to receive 10 Mbps broadband

According to Ofcom superfast broadband (30Mbps download speed) was available to 91pc of premises by May 2017, up from 89pc. "So we need to see mobile companies step up and prioritise improving coverage across the United Kingdom". Ofcom said that ...

May to pursue trade deals around the world during Brexit transition

But, in appearing to set out her red lines for the discussions to come, Mrs May could be preparing the ground for a new battle with Brussels. Writing in two Sunday newspapers, May also struck a defiant note and said her Brexit plans won't be "derai...

United Nations to vote Monday on name for US Jerusalem choice…

The US Ambassador to the UN, Nikki Haley, said that the United Nations has done much more harm to peace in the Middle East than progress in any settlement. The text also calls on all United Nations member states not to move their diplomatic mission...

U.S. vice president delays Mideast visit amid anger over Jerusalem shift

While the U.S. officials insist his visit has been rescheduled because of a key vote on Trump's tax overhaul plan, the move comes when the United States faces criticism in the Middle East over its decision to recognise Jerusalem as Israel's capital.

Trump Critics Think the Robert Mueller Email 'Scandal' Is Baloney

The Trump team are none too pleased about the special counsel obtaining emails from the transition. In a seven-page letter to congressional committee leadership, BuzzFeed News reported , Trump lawyer Kory Langhofer accused the GSA of lying to ...

Could remains found in Montana be missing Skelton boys?

Tanner, Alexander and Andrew Skelton were 5, 7 and 9 when they disappeared in Morenci on Black Friday that year. The box of children's remains found in a shed in Missoula is gaining national interest in the case and may generate leads into who th...

North Korean Missile Parts And Coal: Man Arrested As Black Market Agent

The Australian Federal Police arrested Chan Han Choi, 59, in Sydney and charged him with brokering sales of weapons of mass destruction, according to the Australian Broadcasting Corporation . Mr Gaughan says investigations are continuing and more ch...

Ski lift accident at tourist resort - several injured

A chair carrying skiers and snowboarders slipped along the haul rope and slid backwards into the chair following it, which caused a domino effect that subsequently resulted in a total of four slipped chairs. The incident happened on Tussey's first da...

President Trump Ban CDC from using these words "science-based" and "transgender"

According to the Post , other CDC officials have confirmed the existence of a list of forbidden words, raising the possibility that the ban is in effect in other parts of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). The CDC has been overrun by ...

Zuma admits S.Africans 'not happy' with ruling ANC party

Growth in Africa's most industrialised economy has been lacklustre for the last six years, and the jobless rate is near record levels. The BBC's Andrew Harding says a question remains whether the ANC is in terminal decline, and what that might mean...

Argentine navy chief reportedly fired after disappearance of San Juan submarine

It comes after the ARA San Juan disappeared on November 15 shortly after the captain radioed to report a battery fault. The navy announced on Saturday that it "remains committed to.the relatives of the 44 crew members". While an worldwide search for ...

Yemeni rebels slam U.S. charges that Iran is arming Houthis

When asked if he thought such evidence warranted an emboldened or expanded military response from the US, Mattis said: "Not militarily, no". He also said it was "healthy" for the worldwide community to know "what Iran is up to", accusing Iran of co...

Pakistan's top court rejects Imran Khan parliament ban

Earlier today, announcing the verdict reserved on November 14, Chief Justice of Pakistan Mian Saqib Nisar had said that Khan was not a share-holder or a director at Niazi Services Limited (NSL) - an offshore company linked to Imran Khan's London prop...

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Erdogan vows to defy U.S. 'threats' after currency crash

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is appealing for calm as the country's currency plunges, urging people to change foreign money into local lira . The White House said he...

Erdogan says US 'wrong' to threaten Turkey after Trump doubles tariffs

A meeting between senior diplomats from the two countries on Wednesday in Washington did not produce significant progress to ease tensions over the trial of United States pastor...

Imran Khan's PTI, opposition parties struggle to consolidate their position in parliament

Imran Khan will take the oath as Pakistan's Prime Minister on August 18, a senior Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf leader said on Friday. Former Speaker National Assembly, Sardar Ay...

Turkey’s Erdogan stands by opposition to high interest rates

The central bank has over the last weeks defied calls from markets for rate hikes to combat these problems, raising fears of interference from Mr Erdogan, who has repeatedly called...

One year after Charlottesville rally, Trump says he condemns all racism

The declarations enable law enforcement to access state resources, including the National Guard, if unrest breaks out at events in and around Charlottesville and outside Washing...

Taliban storms Afghanistan’s Ghazni, seizes control of parts of city

Forces Afghanistan tweet said. Inside Ghazni city, residents were staying indoors making independent verification of the different claims impossible. Martin O'Donnell, spokes...

Turkey Fallout May Also Hit Indian Markets

Trump said Friday on Twitter that he authorized a new 20 percent tariff on aluminum and 50 percent tariff on steel from Turkey. "Their currency, the Turkish lira, sl...

NASA spacecraft rockets toward sun for closest look yet

Scientists hope to shed light on the workings of our closest star - including the dynamics of the solar wind of electrically charged particles, and the reason why the sun's outer...

Judge halts deportation, threatens AG with contempt

The Trump administration's immigration policies are drawing more fire with this week's lawsuit filed by the ACLU, challenging a move by Attorney General Sessions to deny as...

Campers flee from raging French floods

About 750 people in all were evacuated in Gard, mainly from campsites, a top district official, Thierry Dousset, told France's BFM-TV news channel. "We just have what we're wea...

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Trump condemns racism, year after Charlottesville

Trump condemns racism, year after Charlottesville

White nationalists exchange volleys of pepper spray with counterprotesters as they enter Lee Park during the Unite the Right rally on August 12, 2017, in Charlottesville, Va. "...

Colbert: Trump's proposed Space Force inspired by Buzz Lightyear

Colbert: Trump's proposed Space Force inspired by Buzz Lightyear

Pence cited new threats the USA faces in space, particularly from Russian Federation and China . Officials plan to create a Space Operations Force - an "elite group of war...

Argentine Senate debates measure to legalize abortion

Argentine Senate debates measure to legalize abortion

Senators voted by 38 to 31 to reject the bill that would have liberalised the law. The bill was passed by Congress's lower house in June by the narrowest of margins. "Today...

Zimbabwe opposition lodges appeal against election result

Zimbabwe opposition lodges appeal against election result

Advocate Mpofu said the applicant has enough evidence including alleged statistical misrepresentations by the elections administration body, ZEC and other factors that included an ...

Rep. Chris Collins Suspends Re-Election Campaign After Indictment

Rep. Chris Collins Suspends Re-Election Campaign After Indictment

At one point, you could hear Congresswoman McMorris Rodgers chiming in. If President Donald Trump is going to fire special counsel Robert Mueller that also has to happen afte...

Maryland, DC Prepare For Unite The Right Rally

Maryland, DC Prepare For Unite The Right Rally

That's what happened previous year at the original "Unite the Right" rally and at a July 2017 Ku Klux Klan gathering in Charlottesville, where Klansmen were outnumbered 20-to-1. T...

Evacuations still in place as fire grows overnight

Evacuations still in place as fire grows overnight

That's an assessment climate scientists and fire ecologists agree with, as NPR's Kirk Siegler reports : "People should not take solace that this is the worst it's going to get". '...

Trump imposes higher tariffs on Turkey, sending lira crashing

Trump imposes higher tariffs on Turkey, sending lira crashing

Hesse said that European banks could suffer losses if they loaned money in Turkey or owned Turkish banks but that the possible losses were not large enough to trigger a eurozone ba...

New quake rocks Indonesia, toll in previous one reaches 259

New quake rocks Indonesia, toll in previous one reaches 259

Rescue workers look for survivors of Sunday's natural disaster on the Indonesian island of Lombok. Thousands of tourists visiting Lombok - as well as the nearby Gili Islands and...