ACLU Comment on Trump Administration's New Travel Ban Restrictions

ACLU Comment on Trump Administration's New Travel Ban Restrictions

Starting Sept. 1, the Trump administration has barred Americans from traveling to the North , after a USA student was sent home in a coma and later died after more than a year in detention in the North . Both of Trump's orders have been blocked by judges, but the Supreme Court in June allowed it to go into effect with a significant caveat. To limit confusion, valid visas would not be revoked as a result of the proclamation . Read More

New Haven Police Responding to Shooting on Elm Street

New Haven Police Responding to Shooting on Elm Street

The wounded suspect was also hospitalized, but his condition was not disclosed. Los Angeles County sheriff's investigators are assisting the La Verne Police Department with their probe of the incident, said Deputy Joana Warren. Fearing for his safety, one of the officers then fired several rounds at the man, hitting him once in the upper chest. "Our thoughts are with the injured responders, Officers Eric Pessino and Scott Shumway, the victim, as well as all their families and friends". Read More

Tropical Storm watch issued for NC coast as Hurricane Maria moves north

Maria is forecast to produce a prolonged period of strong winds gusting to 63 miles per hour and unsafe seas of 20 to 25 feet. Hurricane Maria has weakened slightly as it moves in the western Atlantic off the USA east coast. Current forecast models are suggesting that this storm will circle around itself, staying in the same general area. But Lee was posing no threat to land as it spun in the Central Atlantic, about 875 miles east of Bermuda and 1,375 miles west of The Azores. Read More

Firefighters: 7 wounded, 1 killed in Nashville church shooting

Firefighters: 7 wounded, 1 killed in Nashville church shooting

The suspect was transported to an area hospital where there was no immediate word on his condition. Most of those victims were older adults, investigators said. on Sundays. A dispatcher quoted by the Tennessean newspaper said the scene was still active. One woman was fatally shot in the parking lot, where she was found lying next to the suspect's blue SUV, which was still running when police arrived. Read More

Another nuclear test? North Korea quake a 'suspected explosion', says China

Another nuclear test? North Korea quake a 'suspected explosion', says China

North Korea has been maintaining a torrid pace in nuclear and weapons tests as it accelerates its pursuit of nuclear weapons that could viably target the United States and its allies in Asia. In response to Ri Yong Ho's threats at the U.N., Trump tweeted: "If he echoes thoughts of Little Rocket Man, they won't be around much longer!" The pursuit of nuclear weapons will not bring security for North Korea's government and China's assistance is vital to bringing Pyongyang's atomic and ... Read More

Republican Sen. Collins: 'Very hard to envision' voting for health care bill

Republican Sen. Collins: 'Very hard to envision' voting for health care bill

McCain, an Arizona Republican, dealt a critical blow to the bill with his announcement . "That's more than what states provide for higher education", it said. States that expanded Medicaid under Obamacare would be hardest hit by spending cuts, losing $180 billion from 2020 to 2026, according to the Kaiser Family Foundation. Read More

GOP Sen. Collins 'leaning against' bill dismantling Obamacare

GOP Sen. Collins 'leaning against' bill dismantling Obamacare

The measure, proposed by Sens. Bill Cassidy of Louisiana and Lindsey Graham of SC to repeal major pillars of former President Barack Obama's signature health care law, replacing them with block grants that leave it to states to design their own programs. Read More

Trump should leave the madman routine to Kim Jong Un

Trump should leave the madman routine to Kim Jong Un

Earlier this month , North Korea conducted its sixth and most powerful nuclear test to date and it was subsequently slapped with fresh, tough United Nations sanctions . North Korea has long said that its weapons tests are necessary because of U.S. hostility, which for Pyongyang includes the almost 80 000 USA troops stationed in Japan and South Korea. Read More

Raashi Khanna watches Jai Lava Kusa with fans in London

Raashi Khanna watches Jai Lava Kusa with fans in London

Trade analyst Ramesh Bala in a tweet termed the opening as "impressive". In addition, trade analyst Trinath told news agency IANS that the film's two day collection is almost Rs 60 crore and the film's weekend is quite promising. While these reports are yet to be clarified, it was expected that Jr NTR would've sported a look a la Vikram in "I" and Surya in "24" had things worked out. Read More

Stanley takes early Tour C'ship lead as Spieth lurks

Stanley takes early Tour C'ship lead as Spieth lurks

Jordan Spieth struggled with his long game and only a sublime touch around and on the greens allowed him to limit the damage to a 70 that left him four shots behind on 137. Much like Spieth in 2015 when he ended his best season with the FedEx Cup, Thomas would love to have the ideal ending. The big worry is that despite being based in the United States for the last ten years, Casey has found it hard to close the deal when he has a shot at winning. Read More

China urges North Korea not to go further in a 'dangerous direction'

China urges North Korea not to go further in a 'dangerous direction'

According to the official, the Russian foreign minister said in response to the request: "We are aware of the issue, and we will keep in touch regarding the matter". "Why? Because legislators who find it important not to solve issues in different parts of the world, and not to develop beneficial relations with Russian Federation". Read More

Kurds vote for leaders in Syria

Kurds vote for leaders in Syria

Saudi Arabia called upon the parties concerned to engage in dialogue in order to achieve the interests of the Iraqi people in all its components and to ensure security and peace in Iraq and preserve its unity and sovereignty, according to a statement issued by a source from Riyadh's government last week. Read More

Iran launches ballistic missile

President Donald Trump has threatened to junk the agreement over the issue, saying that Iran's missile programme could give it the technical knowhow for a delivery system for a nuclear warhead with the expiration of a sunset clause in the deal in 2025. Read More

Trump order targets North Korean trade

Trump order targets North Korean trade

Kim offered choice insults of his own. Kim Jong Un described Mr Trump's comments as "mentally deranged behaviour". Kim, in his statement, said Trump is "unfit to hold the prerogative of supreme command of a country". Trump said that the United States will begin to sanction financial institutions who knowingly do business with North Korea . Williams, the North Korea watcher, says he's not alarmed. Read More

Pakistan at UN: Will 'terroristan' learn its lesson now?

Pakistan at UN: Will 'terroristan' learn its lesson now?

Instead, India has deployed almost 700,000 troops in occupied Kashmir to suppress the legitimate struggle of the Kashmiris to exercise their right to self-determination. For all its civilian trappings, Pakistan is a military state. Indeed such important platforms provide an excellent opportunity to heads of government and state to present their stance more vocally before the world and we understand that PM Abbassi amply/adroitly used the forum to put across a very loud and lucid message. Read More

Rohingyas Illegal Immigrants, Not Refugees: Rajnath Singh

Rohingyas Illegal Immigrants, Not Refugees: Rajnath Singh

Myanmar considers the Rohingya illegal migrants from Bangladesh and refuses them citizenship, even though many have lived there for decades. "As evident from the constitutional guarantee flowing from Article 19 of the Constitution, the right to reside and settle in any part of the territory of India as well as right to move freely throughout the territory of India is available only to the citizens of India.", the affidavit filed by the Ministry of Home Affairs said. Read More

Russian Federation and China urge 'peaceful' solution with North Korea

Russian Federation and China urge 'peaceful' solution with North Korea

Military options available to Trump range from non-lethal actions like a naval blockade aimed at enforcing sanctions to waging cyber attacks and positioning new U.S. The US flew four F-35B stealth fighter jets and two B-1B bombers over the Korean peninsula today in a blunt show of force. He previously said the idea should be "deeply considered" by the allies, inflaming already-heated debate on the issue. Read More

Oil settles flat as unease builds ahead of OPEC meeting

Oil settles flat as unease builds ahead of OPEC meeting

Brent crude futures rose 14 cents, or 0.3 percent, to end at $56.43 a barrel. OPEC, which has committed to take 1.8 million bpd off the market from cuts contributed by its 14 members and other allies, including Russian Federation, will meet in Vienna on Friday to review its price support efforts. Read More

N. Korea: We'll speed up nuclear plans if more sanctions imposed

N. Korea: We'll speed up nuclear plans if more sanctions imposed

Mattis elaborated and said the United States would take " immediate actions " to intercept and shoot down any missile headed for Japan, South Korea or Guam. Yet it is still South Korea, and its capital Seoul close to the heavily militarized frontier with the North, that faces the greatest immediate risk in a military conflict. Read More

Najam in the Boston Herald on Trump's UN Speech

Najam in the Boston Herald on Trump's UN Speech

His message on "fiery" rhetoric was implicitly directed at North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un , but also at the United States and President Donald Trump , who has warned of " fire and fury " if North Korea does not back down. Turning to Iran, Trump called the 2015 nuclear deal negotiated by his predecessor, Barack Obama, was an embarrassment and hinted that he may not recertify the agreement when it comes up for a mid-October deadline. Read More