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Trump Thinks His Narcissistic Self Is Enough To Fill All Vacant Posts


Ingraham's interview with Trump lasted less than 15 minutes, and, sitting across from Trump in the White House, she seemed highly aware of the limited face-time with the President, so she peppered him with a barrage of questions. "I think it's disgraceful but we power-forward". Trump has not nominated an ambassador to South Korea. "Are you anxious that the State Department doesn't have enough Donald Trump nominees to push your vision through?" "Rex is in there working hard. Read More »

Established manager admits he is keen on Sunderland job


The global break which follows Sunday's derby trip to Middlesbrough, for which Billy McKinlay and Robbie Stockdale will be in caretaker charge, will give the club time to make a decision. It has not been confirmed whether O'Shea is a serious contender for the post however the player has been a leader on the pitch throughout his playing career while he could call upon former boss Sir Alex Ferguson for any managerial advice should he opt to put his name in the ring for consideration. Read More »

United States lawmakers reach agreement on new North Korea sanctions


He said: "He faced some challenges inside the leadership of North Korea". "Any TD is at liberty to go to a country and visit, we're not doing anything sensational, we're not talking sides, we're trying to initiate peace talks". Thae Yong-ho, who was North Korea's deputy ambassador to the United Kingdom, said he left the hermit kingdom because he was treated like a "modern slave". Read More »

Killed in Fighting Between Turkish Troops and Kurds Near Iraq Border


The state-run Anadolu Agency said the suspected militant of the Kurdistan Workers' Party, or PKK, threw a hand grenade to try and stave off the officers. Moreover, at least eight PKK militants were killed in airstrikes carried out by the Turkish Air Force in northern Iraq, the military said on November 3. Read More »

White House on lockdown over 'suspicious activity'


The U.S Secret Service tweeted out that "Subject is in custody". The lockdown occurred shortly after President Donald Trump departed for Hawaii, the first leg of his upcoming diplomatic tour of Asia. Pennsylvania Avenue and Lafayette Park were closed to pedestrians near the White House. The diplomatic trip will take them to Japan, South Korea, China, Vietnam, and the Philippines. Read More »

Bomb attack kills 9 in Syria Golan Heights village: State media


Israeli Druze citizens who had gathered near the border with Syria broke through the fence with the intention of joining the fighting in the Syrian Druze village of Khader . The IDF spokesman said on Friday that Israel would prevent the occupation of the Druze village Hader neat Quneitra in southern Syria, near the border with Israel, "out of a commitment to the Druze population there". Read More »

NY terrorism suspect named in several Nebraska traffic complaints


New York's mayor called Tuesday's attack "a particularly cowardly act of terror". In February of this year, he was fined $75 in Cass County for having an overweight truck. He was fined $50. Eleven other victims were injured. President Trump derided the suspect as "sick and deranged". They say he came to the US legally from Uzbekistan in 2010. Read More »

Trump says does not remember much about meeting with former campaign aide


Page interacted with Sessions because the then-Alabama senator was leading the national security team for the Trump campaign. Speaking to federal prosecutors in NY two days after a man killed eight people in a terror attack in lower Manhattan, Sessions said the Trump administration would "use all lawful tools at our disposal including prosecution in (federal) courts and at Guantanamo Bay". Read More »

Jennifer Lawrence asks Kim Kardashian West all the right questions

Lawrence then added, “I have it. The reality star was being grilled by Jennifer Laurence. The actress said she just wanted a makeover from Kardashian West and her fashion label-owning rapper-husband, Kanye West . Later in the show, the Hunger Games star took to the streets of Hollywood to surprise tourists, asking them to name five of her movies. Kim recounted a question they pondered during their dinner together, saying, "If you could save the world who would you rather sleep with: ... Read More »

Hillary Clinton Will Be on The Daily Show This Wednesday

Clinton also criticized how Trump responds in hard situations, the latest being the New York City terror attack on Tuesday that left eight people dead and a dozen injured. On a more serious note, Clinton said the US was engaged in "a new kind of cold war" with Russian Federation, accusing Trump of a "shameful" failure to enforce sanctions against Russian Federation. Read More »

Court sentences 'Maa' Dody' anchor to 3 years jail


Salah titled her episode " Buy a Man ", in which she told viewers how to become single mothers if they want to. 'You simply need to have the money and then separate , ' she said, Alarabiya reported. The authorities said the ideas in the programme " threatened the fabric of Egyptian life ", the EFE news agency reports. The network which aired the show has also spoken out after it stopped airing the episode, accusing Salah of "crossing the line" and discussing topics which were in ... Read More »

Neighbour of NY terror suspect speaks out


Police say he drove southbound, striking several pedestrians and bicyclists, before crashing into a school bus at Chambers Street, injuring two adults and two children. Saipov, an Uzbek national, was reported to have come to the USA in 2010 and worked as a commercial truck driver , according to NBC News. Court records related to trucking-related infractions list Saipov with addresses in Paterson and the Cleveland suburbs. Read More »

Armenia ranked 97th in WEF Global Gender Gap Index 2017


Sri Lanka was ranked among the top ranked countries in the sub categories of Health and Survival. On Pakistan, the report comments, the country "remains the region's lowest-ranked country and second-to-last ranked overall". Hindering the distance between gender parity, India slipped 21 places on the Global Gender Gap index to a lowly 108, behind neighbours China and Bangladesh, primarily due to less participation of women in the economy and low wages. Read More »

J&K: BJP youth leader killed by terrorists in Shopian


The police blamed the incident on separatist militants and said that his throat was slit. Police on Thursday recovered a throat-slit body of a Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) activist under mysterious conditions at Kiloora area of south Kashmir's Shopian district. Read More »

PKK members kill 6 Turkish soldiers, 2 village guards


Separately, nine rebels were killed in a clash in the province of Tunceli, while three others were killed in Sirnak province, the ministry said. When they entered the building, clashes broke out during which a hand grenade was detonated and 10 officers were wounded. Read More »

Child sex offenders to be identified as such on US passports


Smaller passport cards that can be used for domestic and some nearby worldwide travel will be unavailable to registered offenders, as the cards are too small to fit the additional identifier. The law is aimed at curbing child sex tourism. Since endorsements can not be printed on passport cards, covered sex offenders can not be issued passport cards. Read More »

De Blasio warns not to 'politicize' NYC terror attack


Neither elected official said he was bothered. De Blasio said that Acting Department of Homeland Secretary Elaine Duke and homeland security adviser Tom Bossert had called to offer assistance. Thus far, we know he pledged his allegiance to ISIS and bragged about the attack from his hospital bed, according to CBS News . God and your country are with you! "This incident is over", O'Neill told reporters. Read More »

Penn State regroups ahead of game at Michigan State


Knowing there's a ton of football left and a lot still left to be accomplished. "I know that kind of guys we have in that locker room". "Ohio State wide receiver Parris Campbell left the Buckeyes" 39-38 win over Penn State last weekend after taking a hard hit on the Buckeyes' opening drive. Read More »

National Sandwich Day Nov. 3

When customers purchase a Subway® sandwich and a 30 ounce drink, they will get a free sandwich and Subway® will donate a meal to Feeding America® . A report from the United States Department of Agriculture says 41 million people, including 13 million children and 5 million seniors struggle with hunger. Read More »

World is at war and heading into even greater conflict, Pope warns


Pope Francis celebrated the Feast of All Souls Day on Thursday commemorating all those who have died in war, reminding humanity not to forget past lessons and warning that the only fruit yielded by conflict is death. Calling for prayers for all the dead, the pope made special mention of those "who are dying in the battle every day", referring again to what he has called "a war of pieces", or the many eruptions of violence and attacks around the globe. Read More »

'Allahu akbar!' on the streets of America


According to Mayor Bill de Blasio , the case is being treated as a terrorist attack. The City of NY determined that the truck attack that left at least eight people dead was indeed an "act of terror". The contents were being investigated, but the officials said the document supported the belief the act was terrorism. The perpetrator has been in the country since 2010 when he moved from Uzbekistan . Read More »

Jacinda Ardern reconfirms offer to take 150 refugees from Australian detention centres


He added: 'I believe I could house and find jobs for 6. The New Zealand government is offering to help Australia resolve the Manus Island asylum-seeker crisis and has reiterated its offer to accept up to 150 of the detainees. 'At the same time, they were struggling with tropical mosquitoes. The United Nations refugee arm has two observers on the ground at Manus Island and says alternative accommodation arrangements are insufficient. Read More »

Gavin Williamson Appointed New Defence Secretary


In his resignation letter , Sir Michael said his conduct had "fallen below the high standards required" of the role and actions that might have been acceptable in the past were not acceptable now. "I said this morning that promoting one of the existing defence ministers would be the best outcome from a defence point of view, but I fully respect the PM's desire to give a senior job in Cabinet to a trusted lieutenant". Read More »

Trump will not visit DMZ during Asia trip


There, he will discuss the heightened tensions on the Korean Peninsula with Chinese President Xi Jinping. "I don't know if that's a great outcome for the U.S.". Since taking power, Xi has only enhanced China's mercantilist tendencies and believes they will win the day. Kori Schake, a research fellow at Stanford University's Hoover Institution and a former National Security Council staffer, said Trump and some of his aides "are engaging in reckless, unsafe rhetoric in circumstances that have ... Read More »

Rep. Lamar Smith Says He Won't be Seeking Re-Election

Smith is just the latest in a round of House Republicans who've chose to retire in 2017. His retirement was announced in an e-mail to his staff that was obtained by the Texas Tribune . With over a year remaining in my term, there is still much to do. "I have one new grandchild and a second arriving soon!" Smith said there is still plenty to do before he retires in 2018. Read More »

Franken: Sessions 'seems to have problems telling the truth'


Sen. Al Franken has some question about Russian Federation for Attorney General Jeff Sessions - about eight pages' worth . Franken:"CNN just published a story alleging that the intelligence community provided documents to the president-elect last week that included information that quote, 'Russian operatives claimed to have compromising personal and financial information about Mr. Read More »

N.Korea says U.S. bombers staged 'surprise' strike drill


The statement noted that the exercise was part of the "continuous bomber presence" mission in the Pacific and was planned in advance. "The gangster-like U.S. North Korea in July launched two intercontinental ballistic missiles apparently capable of reaching the United States mainland - described by leader Kim Jong-Un as a gift to "American bastards". Read More »

Libertarian gubernatorial candidate bemoans Gillespie, Northam attack ads


Prior to the real-life attack where a self-proclaimed jihadi used a truck to run over park-goers, Northam (D-Va.) had been standing behind the ad that outraged many on both the left and right. If the ad had been an independent expenditure on the part of LVF and not a coordinated expenditure, as Northam's spokespeople have claimed , LVF would be required to report it. Read More »

SAMDEN: States must tackle crimes against journalists


SNHR noted today, which marks the International Day to End Impunity for Crimes against Journalists, that no less than 634 journalists and citizen journalists have been killed in Syria in the last seven years, to an average of two journalists per week, which reflects an unprecedented level of violence and violations against journalists and citizen journalists in Syria since the start of the popular uprising for freedom in March 2011. Read More »

Mueller Revelations Put Sessions in Awkward Political Position


Franken sent a letter to Sessions on Thursday accusing the attorney general of failing to tell the truth about the Trump campaign's contacts with Russians. The emails indicate multiple top level campaign officials that Papadopoulos communicated with including one listed as a "campaign supervisor". Sessions' spokesperson did not immediately respond to a request for comment about the Franken letter. Read More »

How to stay safe on Bonfire Night


Saturday, November 4, bonfire lit at 5.30pm and fireworks at 7.30pm. And because they are let off at various times of the night, three quarters of United Kingdom pet owners want to see stricter rules on the times that fireworks can be lit, while seven in ten back tighter regulations on sales of gunpowder products to children, according to new research by Read More »