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David Letterman announces TV return with Netflix show


Letterman , who has interviewed famous celebrities, former U.S. presidents, and politicians galore, told Variety magazine that he already has his first interview booked for the new series' first episode, though he did not reveal the individual's name. Read More »

Narcissist-in-Chief Reportedly Gets Twice-Daily Fix of Positive Press

Former Chief of Staff Reince Priebus and former Press Secretary Sean Spicer both vied for the job of delivering the roughly 20-to-25-page document to Trump each day, the report noted. Nevertheless, the practice of reviewing television news screen shots is as unique to this president as is his habit of tweeting about what he sees on Fox News or CNN. Read More »

Guam residents fear attack after N.Korea threat

A South Korean defense official said on Wednesday that the two B-1B Lancers from Andersen Air Force in Guam were deployed to the peninsula Tuesday as part of a combined exercise with the South's fighter jets. North Korean state media reported North Korea was considering a strike on Guam to contain USA bases there. This is not the first time that DPRK has threatened Guam . Read More »

Oil prices marginally gain as Saudi Arabia plans to cut exports


Oil prices gave back gains Tuesday, as projections for US oil production climbed and other major oil-producing nations met to discuss compliance to a deal to curb output. WTI oil for September delivery dropped 0.5% to settle at $49.17/bbl, unable to hold the $50 mark. However, production remained high in various parts of the world as oil continued to be traded at almost half the level of its 2011-2014 prices. Read More »

'I'm your humble friend,' Philippines' anti-US leader tells Tillerson

The authority to strike Isil targets as part of a strategy of collective defence could become part of a military operation that may be named as early as Tuesday, two defence officials told NBC News . Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte met Monday with America's top diplomat, where he voiced solidarity with the USA amid global concerns over North Korea's nuclear program and angrily dismissed media questions about human rights abuses by his government. Read More »

Beijing leaning on Singapore over S China Sea row


Anchor: Pyongyang says it will not stop working on its nuclear program until the USA changes its policy towards North Korea . They urged the North to immediately and fully comply with its obligations under UN Security Council resolutions. Read More »

Donald Trump retweets report based on anonymous U.S. intel sources

Despite the administration threatening leakers and bashing critical stories based on anonymous sources, the story Trump shared was based on anonymous sources blabbing classified information. Her words were stinging, and probably upset Fox's conservative viewers - including Trump himself, if the past is any guide. Trump pulled a monumental foreign policy gaffe when he threatened "fire and fury" if North Korea's threats continue, which they nearly certainly will. Read More »

Levallois vehicle hitting soldiers was deliberate act - Local French mayor


Four of those have "light injuries" while two are seriously injured. "It's without doubt a deliberate act ..." 'It's an odious act of aggression, ' Balkany also said, adding that the auto in question was a BMW. Police say they are looking for a vehicle as a manhunt gets underway to find the suspect. A police operation is underway and officers are searching for the vehicle. Read More »

Mother, 4-year-old daughter found slain in Newton home


Police found Runyon strangled and Paz with multiple stab wounds around 11 a.m. Tuesday morning at a home on Roanoke Court, in northern Newton, south of Old Highway 81. A suspect has been identified . He said police believe the suspect is alive, are searching for him and he has yet to be arrested. Murphy added that the killing was targeted and that the suspect had a prior relationship with the victims. Read More »

African Migrants Rejoice After Successfully Crossing Border Between Spain And Morocco


As a result, they are entry points for migrants desperate to get to Europe and who regularly try to climb the high border fences, swim along the coast or hide in vehicles crossing the frontier. Two years ago a Moroccan teenager was stopped by police on the same Tarajal border crossing with an eight-year-old boy inside a suitcase in images which went round the word. Read More »

Malcolm Roberts faces citizenship doubt


The One Nation senator, who has repeatedly refused to release documentation to support his claims, saying last month that he was "choosing to believe" he was never British after evidence emerged last that he traveled as a child on a United Kingdom passport. Read More »

U.S. calls for legally binding code of conduct in South China Sea

This was after China and Asean ministers adopted the framework of COC at the Asean-China Ministerial Meeting at the PICC on Sunday. Philippine Foreign Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano said earlier that the ASEAN ministers were divided over a US proposal to remove North Korea from the ASEAN Regional Forum, a 27-member grouping that includes the North, along with its most bitter adversaries - South Korea, the United States and Japan. Read More »

It's happening: Trump's base finally begins to flee

Despite these positive numbers, however, Trump's approval rating has declined. These days, those same polls are telling a different story, though: President Trump's approval ratings are hitting all-time lows and his support among within the GOP might not be as strong as he says . Read More »

Venezuela's top court orders arrest of Maduro opponent Ramon Muchacho


Maduro has lost allies around the region as several governments, including Argentina and Brazil, shifted to the right in recent years. The Latin American Foreign Ministers bloc on Tuesday also said the Venezuelan National Constituent Assembly convened by President Nicolas Maduro and tasked with drafting a new Constitution was "illegitimate". Read More »

Chicago endangers itself with sanctuary status


In his statement Monday, Sessions said Chicago stood out in its "open hostility" to enforcing immigration laws created to reduce crime and protect law enforcement. They have demonstrated an open hostility to enforcing laws created to protect law enforcement - Federal, state, and local - and reduce crime, and instead have adopted an official policy of protecting criminal aliens who prey on their own residents. Read More »

49ers release update on LB Donavin Newsom


After that, he's on his way to the hospital. "And I have not been around one that ends up being real serious, you know?" LB Donavin Newsom sustained a head/neck injury after a collision with Chanceller James. Newsom, who played his college football at the University of Missouri, went undrafted back in April but signed with the 49ers as a free agent. He remained still as the team's medical staff tended to him. Read More »

Trump Has Sent 'Greetings' to Robert Mueller


Adding to the bad news , the ratio of Americans who strongly disapprove of Trump's performance compared with those who strongly approve is nearly 2-to-1, 47 percent to 24 percent. Blumenthal responded in a pair of tweets. At least publicly, however, Trump has shown no indication of looking inwardly as to the source of the poor numbers, repeatedly launching tirades against the "fake" polling and the "fake news " outlets that produce them. Read More »

Manhunt ends after suspected rapist kills himself with police officer's gun


Marshal Services in locating him. As reported by WPTA-TV, the four-day manhunt ended at around 9:30 p.m. Monday after police discovered Powell's body in a crawl space of the basement in his parent's home in Antwerp Township. According to Jason Landers of Paulding County Sheriff's Office, authorities spent a little over three hours trying to persuade Powell to give up before he shot himself. Read More »

UK, UofL, IU rank in Top 10 of NCAA basketball attendance


Kentucky has ranked either first or second in average home attendance figures every season since famed Rupp Arena opened for the 1976-77 season. A total of 30,448 attended the Orange's final regular season home game against Georgia Tech, which was Senior Day for Dajuan Coleman, Tyler Roberson, Andrew White and John Gillon. Read More »

Southeast asian nations feud over China Sea claims


A scheduled meeting between the foreign ministers of China and Vietnam on the sidelines of a regional gathering was canceled, Chinese Embassy officials said, amid growing tension between the two countries over the South China Sea. But Harris offered nothing more than moral support to Southeast Asia. China's claim to nearly all of the South China Sea overlaps with the territories of several Southeast Asian nations. Read More »

President Trump endorses Luther Strange in Alabama senate race


As reported by Breitbart News, the Senate Leadership Fund and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) have led a campaign to defeat Brooks in favor of Sen. "But his people seem to be resilient", said Flowers. Other Republican candidates who will appear on Tuesday's ballot are James Beretta, Joseph Breault, Alabama Christian Coalition President Randy Brinson, Mary Maxwell, Bryan Peeples, and State Senator Trip Pitman. Read More »

Major Federal Climate Change Report Leaked

The study , is a special science section of the National Climate Assessment conducted by scientists from 13 federal agencies. The Times on Monday night published a widely shared article that suggested the authors of the report , which comes to stark conclusions about the reality of human-caused climate change , fear the Trump administration might suppress their findings. Read More »

Mueller says another man boasted he groped Taylor Swift


The photo shows Mueller with his hand behind Swift, just below her waist. David Mueller told jurors at the civil trial on dueling lawsuits filed by Mueller and Swift that he and the singer-songwriter were trying to reach around one another and "our hands touched and our arms touched" during a photo opportunity he estimated lasted no more than 40 seconds. Read More »

Missile fired from Gaza at southern Israeli city


Al-Qanou also pointed out that holding meetings without Hamas and Islamic Jihad will further split Palestinian factions apart. The Israeli military frequently bombs the Gaza Strip, with civilians being the main target of such attacks. The military aggression, which ended on August 26, 2014, killed almost 2,200 Palestinians. Hamas took control of Gaza in 2007 after winning 2006 elections and fighting out Fatah members. Read More »

Vela to swap Sociedad for LAFC


Real Sociedad later announced that Vela will join MLS for preseason in January after playing the first half of this European season for Real Sociedad, but did not specify which club Vela will be off to. After 233 games and 72 goals with Real Sociedad and with just one year to run on his current contract, Vela will bid adieu to San Sebastian after six years despite Mexico manager, Juan Carlos Osorio, urging his players to stay in Europe in the build up to the World Cup during the summer of ... Read More »

Man charged with killing Missouri police officer during traffic stop arrested


The brother of a western Missouri officer who was fatally shot on Sunday says his brother got his "dream job" when he joined the police force. When the sheriff's office received the tip, they passed it on to the highway patrol. Tactical teams cordoned off the area around the crash and were searching for the suspect Monday. Michael was later pronounced dead at a local hospital, police said. Read More »

Nawaz Sharif to hold roadshow from Lahore to Islamabad despite security threats

Nawaz took over as PML-N president in 1988. Expressing disappointment over the actions of incumbent Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, Khan said that Abbasi should not have defended the Sharif family's "corruption" . The notice comes a day before Nawaz Sharif is set to travel from Islamabad to his hometown Lahore in what is set to be a "historic" rally undertaken by the PML-N and ousted prime minister to garner much-needed political mileage in the face of the challenges its government ... Read More »

SEA countries feud over China sea claims

Topping the agenda are North Korea's intercontinental ballistic missile tests, an attempt to temper South China Sea disputes and unease over a siege by pro-Islamic State group militants in the southern Philippine city of Marawi, which has dragged on for more than two months. Read More »

The First Cheetos Restaurant Is Opening Soon, So Make Reservations Immediately


For some people, Cheetos aren't just a snack food - they are the snack food. Called The Spotted Cheetah-a nod to one of New York's most famous gastropubs, The Spotted Pig-its menu is being attributed to Food Network mainstay Anne Burrell , who Chester has declared "the most dangerously cheesy celebrity chef", a title that is sure to be a massive blow to Guy Fieri's self esteem. Read More »