Anthony Scaramucci says Steve Bannon is undermining Trump

Anthony Scaramucci says Steve Bannon is undermining Trump

Prior to his role in the Trump administration, he served as the executive chair of Breitbart News, a well-respected conservative publication, which he allegedly described as a "platform for the alt-right". Despite his firing, Scaramucci remains a supporter of Trump but says the president is a target in Washington since he is not of the political establishment. Read More

Top Republicans Are Demanding That Donald Trump Condemn White Nationalism

Top Republicans Are Demanding That Donald Trump Condemn White Nationalism

On Saturday, Trump got blasted by media and even some Republic lawmakers for his " many sides" statement on the Charlottesville violence. President Donald Trump is drawing criticism from Republicans and Democrats for not explicitly denouncing white supremacists in the aftermath of violent clashes in Virginia . Read More

China State Media: US Trade Probe Will Poison Relations

China State Media: US Trade Probe Will Poison Relations

CHINESE President Xi Jinping urged restraint regarding the nuclear issue on the Korean Peninsula in a phone conversation with his United States counterpart Donald Trump on Saturday. The Chinese government has announced that it will stop all imports of North Korean coal and other items under the latest United Nations sanctions. President Donald Trump on Monday will start a process that could lead to action against China , which has been accused of stealing American businesses' ... Read More

Federal Bureau of Investigation arrest a man for bomb plot in Oklahoma City

Federal Bureau of Investigation arrest a man for bomb plot in Oklahoma City

Officials said Varnell initially wanted to blow up the Federal Reserve Building in Washington, D.C., with a device similar to one used in the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing that destroyed the Alfred P. "I'm out for blood", Varnell allegedly told the informant in a text. Varnell's actions were monitored closely for months as the plot developed. "What happened in Oklahoma City was not an attack on America, it was retaliation", he later said. Read More

Latin America rejects U.S. military threat in Venezuela

Latin America rejects U.S. military threat in Venezuela

U.S. Vice President Pence has appeared with Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos to calm the outrage that followed President Trump's surprising threat to use military force against the South American country. Others in the Trump administration have responded with variations on the president's statement . At the beginning of a regional tour, he said President Trump was showing "his resolve not to stand by and let a neighbour collapse into dictatorship". Read More

China Implements UN Sanctions On North Korea

China Implements UN Sanctions On North Korea

The first source said authorities began the halt about two weeks ago and the second trader said it was enforced about 20 days ago. China has announced it will cut off imports of North Korean coal , iron ore and other key goods in three weeks under United Nations sanctions imposed over the North's nuclear program. Read More

Washington Nationals' Bryce Harper suffers brutal injury after slipping on first base

Washington Nationals' Bryce Harper suffers brutal injury after slipping on first base

For now, the best thing to do is like Nats manager Dusty Baker said: pray. BASEBALL star Bryce Harper WILL play again this season after he escaped with just a bruised bone following his horrific knee scare. Keep in mind, last year, catcher Wilson Ramos tore his ACL against the Arizona Diamondbacks in late September in a game that had a rain delay involved. Read More

Iran parliament increases missile funds in response to United States sanctions

Iran parliament increases missile funds in response to United States sanctions

Iranian lawmakers on Sunday overwhelmingly voted to approve a bill aimed at countering the new USA sanctions against the Islamic Republic. The bill secured 240 yes votes and one abstention, Iran's IRNA reported. Iran's parliament has voted to funnel more funds to the nation's ballistic missile program. It would require Iran's government and armed forces to draw up a strategy to counter U.S. Read More

52 dead, 37 missing in Nepal floods, landslides since Friday night

52 dead, 37 missing in Nepal floods, landslides since Friday night

The heavy rain, which mainly hit the country's southern plains, led to the evacuation of 5,000 people, a Home Ministry official said. Though the NHRC has mentioned the total death toll as 64, the Home Ministry has confirmed the deaths of only 49 till Sunday afternoon in floods and landslides triggered by incessant rainfall since Friday. Read More

UK Needs Transition Period To Exit EU

UK Needs Transition Period To Exit EU

Hammond and Fox stated that during the transition period, "our borders must continue to operate smoothly; goods bought on the internet must still cross borders; businesses must still be able to supply their customers across the European Union and our innovative, world-leading companies must be able to hire the talent they need, including from within the European Union". Read More

Trump touts USA nuclear arsenal amid standoff with North Korea

Trump touts USA nuclear arsenal amid standoff with North Korea

The Minister for Justice has hit out at the language used by the leaders of North Korea and the United States as tensions continue to rise. Trump tweeted Wednesday: "My first order as President was to renovate and modernize our nuclear arsenal". Read More

Nawaz Sharif's convoy kills 13-year-old at protest rally in Lahore

Nawaz Sharif's convoy kills 13-year-old at protest rally in Lahore

Although Kulsoom distanced herself from political activities in recent years, she had been involved in active politics when then Army Chief Pervez Musharraf dismissed Sharif's government in 1999 and jailed him. PML-N leaders are in the process of making arrangements for more supporters to attend the rally. "Isn't it a disgrace to the people of Pakistan that 5 judges ousted the PM who you had voted to power?" "I have never seen such crowd in Muridke", he said. Read More

Japan deploys missile defence over N Korea threat to Guam

Japan deploys missile defence over N Korea threat to Guam

Guam has posted emergency guidelines to help residents prepare for any potential nuclear attack as North Korea threatens to fire missiles at the US Pacific territory. "I'm glad you're holding the helm, Sir", he said. This is the first time Park can recall North Korea publicly and explicitly threatening Guam. The U.S. Read More

Local substance abuse counselors hope for federal funding after Trump declaration

Local substance abuse counselors hope for federal funding after Trump declaration

Rep. Marcy Kaptur D-Ohio, called the president's remarks "a good step", adding, "I will remind the President's team as they move forward, that Medicaid provides the bulk of addiction treatment and is a key partner in providing much-needed care to those in need. Read More

Russian Spy Plane Flies Over White House

Russian Spy Plane Flies Over White House

A Russian Air Force jet reportedly flew over the White House, US Capitol, Pentagon and many other government buildings in Washington on Wednesday (9 August). "Whenever I mention that Russians fly aircraft over the US taking pictures, it blows people's minds". The U.S. Capitol Police issued an alert of the Washington overfly between 11 a.m. Read More

Trump Hotel DC Has Profited Nearly $2 Million This Year

Trump Hotel DC Has Profited Nearly $2 Million This Year

President Trump's Washington, DC, hotel wasn't supposed to be profitable in the first four months after it opened - at least that's what the Trump Organization projected. "What makes all of this particularly galling is that we now have the unprecedented situation where the President of the United States is both the landlord and tenant of a federal building", he said in a July statement. Read More

NYPD officer shot in Brooklyn

NYPD officer shot in Brooklyn

The officer did not return fire, O'Neill says. He struck the male officer twice in his bullet-proof vest, police said. The disturbed man died of an apparently self-inflicted gunshot wound, police said. Holding up the vest, NYPD Commissioner James O'Neill said, "I did see the blunt-force trauma injuries on the officer's chest, so this vest definitely saved his life". Read More

The Cop Who Was Shot Point-Blank Bought His Own Body Camera

The Cop Who Was Shot Point-Blank Bought His Own Body Camera

The jury deliberated for less than 45 minutes before coming back with a guilty verdict. Supporters of body cameras argue they provide a real-time record of an encounter, improve officer safety and help provide a sense of transparency to the community. Read More

Cuba Acoustic Attack: US Diplomats Suffer Hearing Loss

Cuba Acoustic Attack: US Diplomats Suffer Hearing Loss

The State Department raised the incidents with the Cuban government over the course of several months and sent medical personnel to Havana, but have not been able to determine exactly what happened. "It took time to figure out what this was and we are still looking into it". "We don't know exactly what". For years United States diplomats in Havana complained that they suffered harassment from Cuban officials and frequently had their homes and cars broken into. Read More

United States missile shield not certain to protect Guam from North Korea

United States missile shield not certain to protect Guam from North Korea

Three-hundred-fifty airmen from the 28th Bomb Wing at Ellsworth Air Force Base in South Dakota are among military personnel on Guam, the tiny Pacific island that's been the focus of recent global attention with escalating tensions between the US and North Korea . Read More