'I thought it would be easier'

'I thought it would be easier'

I thought it would be easier", said Trump whose 100th day in office is Saturday, April 29. While the election was nearly six months ago, Reuters reports that Trump is still fixated on votes, handing out multiple copies of the electoral map to the reporters as they were discussing China. Read More

Turkey's president rejoins ruling party after referendum win

Erdogan signed a membership document to rejoin the Islamic-rooted Justice and Development Party (AKP) that he co-founded, at a ceremony at its headquarters, an AFP photographer said. If you don't then goodbye!" Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu on Tuesday said a Turkey-EU summit was expected to be convened but added no date had been decided, APA reports quoting Anadolu agency. Read More

TJ Watt Arrives in Pittsburgh

In 2015, Sutton earned Sporting News First Team All-America honors as a punt returner after leading the nation with an 18.7-yard average and returning two punts for touchdowns. said that being on the same field as his brother in shoulder pads will be weird. Personally, I didn't see this type of athleticism on tape-I'll have to watch more. Read More

Turkish Army, Syrian Kurds Trade Artillery Fire Across Border

Washington is hoping the SDF, a Syrian Arab-Kurdish alliance dominated by the YPG, will push into the IS bastion of Raqa in Syria , but is wary of upsetting Turkey , a key North Atlantic Treaty Organisation ally. Kurdish allies, the Syrian Democratic Forces and Peshmerga forces of the Kurdistan Regional Government, operating near Sinjar. "These are our partner forces". Read More

Early results show defeat for Jakarta's Christian governor

Early results show defeat for Jakarta's Christian governor

Anies Baswedan was on 56-57 percent in the race to lead Jakarta compared to 41-43 percent for incumbent Basuki Tjahaja Purnama, who is fighting for his job as he stands trial for blasphemy, according to a sample of votes counted by several private pollsters. Read More

Nepal's top judge suspended after impeachment motion filed

Nepal's top judge suspended after impeachment motion filed

Nidhi, who was leading the party in the Pushpa Kamal Dahal-led government, was dissatisfied since long due to protocol-related issues with his party boss, Sher Bahadur Deuba, and PM Prachanda. Acting on a writ filed by Silwal, Karki had earlier dismissed Chand's appointment and directed the government to make Silwal as new police chief. Nidhi is from the Nepali Congress party, one of the two ruling parties whose members signed the motion. Read More

Wang Yi and Rex Tillerson to meet amid tensions in Korean peninsula

The Russian Foreign Ministry, in a statement, said the support was conveyed in a U.N. Security Council ministerial meeting on the North Korea issue held in NY on Friday, at which Moscow was represented by Deputy Foreign Minister Gennady Gatilov. Read More

Senator: Trump won't let NKorea build missile to reach US

North Korea on Wednesday hailed its largest-ever firing drill, overseen by leader Kim Jong-Un to mark a key military anniversary amid high tensions in the region. Japan's envoy on North Korea, Kenji Kanasugi, said after talks with his United States and South Korean counterparts that they all agreed China should take a concrete role to resolve the crisis. Read More

Asean Leaders Join Cambodia in Softening Tone Toward China

Asean Leaders Join Cambodia in Softening Tone Toward China

Some experts believe that Beijing is now capable of deploying combat aircraft on several of its manmade features. Duterte previous year branded then United States president Barack Obama a "son of a whore" for criticizing the drug war, and more recently called European lawmakers "crazies" for issuing a statement condemning the killings. Read More

Turkey threatens further strikes on US-allied Syrian Kurds

Turkey threatens further strikes on US-allied Syrian Kurds

Erdogan said he would bring up the issue with U.S. President Donald Trump when the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allies meet in Washington on May 16. Both the Peshmerga and the YPG are a crucial part of the US-backed attempt to liberate Raqqa, the largest IS-held city on Syrian soil. Forty terrorists were killed at Iraq's Mt. Read More

Congressional negotiators reach deal on government funding through September

Congressional negotiators reach deal on government funding through September

Senator Chuck Schumer of NY says the pact is a "good agreement for the American people, and takes the threat of a government shutdown off the table". Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer of NY called the deal "a good agreement for the American people" that "takes the threat of a government shutdown off the table". Read More

Marine Le Pen: Ban kosher and halal slaughter

Marine Le Pen: Ban kosher and halal slaughter

The National Front , which is regularly vilified and demonized by France's political and media elite, has only two members of parliament and little political support among other more mainstream parties and leaders. Le Pen made a surprise visit to a Whirlpool factory in northern France as Macron met in town with union leaders. French Chief Rabbi Haim Korsia accused Le Pen of "fomenting hatred and war between the government and religions, as well as interreligious animosity" with her ... Read More

Obama takes a small jab at President Trump's Twitter

Earlier this week, the 44 president came under strong scrutiny after it was learned that he agreed to speak at a health care event in September sponsored by Wall Street Bank Cantor Fitzgerald, a speech that would earn him $400,000. Obama spokesperson Eric Schultz insisted that speaking fees will not shake the former president's convictions. And that it shows up in so many different ways here in Washington. Read More

France rejects extradition to Serbia for ex-Kosovo PM Haradinaj

France rejects extradition to Serbia for ex-Kosovo PM Haradinaj

His government had previously said it may abolish its extradition treaty with France if he was not handed over. Serbia's government requested his extradition after French police arrested Haradinaj in January on a Serbian arrest warrant, including new accusations. Read More

US Objects After Turkish Jets Strike Kurds in Syria, Iraq

US Objects After Turkish Jets Strike Kurds in Syria, Iraq

Meanwhile, the USA said it was concerned over the Turkish strikes, as they were not coordinated with the us -led anti-terror coalition. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said that at least 18 YPG fighters were killed in the Syrian strikes. Read More

Body Of Missing Joliet Toddler Found In Mother's Home

The children, who were as old as 13, were supposed to go get ice cream, but Semaj's mother, Sheri Gordon, couldn't get her auto started, police said. "But there were different people there off and on", Ackerson said. Anyone with information is asked to call 911 immediately. "About 9 a.m. we were sent out through the woods and jumped gates trying to find her". The school property lies along the backyard property line of the Crosby home, he said. Read More

Turkey's opposition loses appeals against referendum

Turkey's opposition loses appeals against referendum

On Tuesday, the main opposition Republican People's Party (CHP) and the pro-Kurdish Peoples' Democratic Party (HDP) requested the poll be scrapped due to alleged violations, including vote rigging. The head of Turkey's Supreme Election Board (YSK) has given assurances that the objections to Sunday's referendum results will be evaluated and investigated in full. Read More

EPA seeks to derail cleanup of coal power plant pollution

The community is what's a called a legacy contamination site. Pruitt's visit to the West Calumet housing project in East Chicago, Indiana, was the first he has made as EPA administrator to any of the any of the nation's 1,300 superfund sites . Read More

Wife's Fitbit logs steps after husband says she died

Wife's Fitbit logs steps after husband says she died

The list included claims that her husband took money "from a lot of accounts that don't belong to him", was an unfit parent, was uncaring towards her, doesn't come home on time and "acts like a kid constantly", according to the warrant. Dabate's bail was set at $1 million last week. Furthermore, his claims that she died as she arrived home from the gym are brought into disrepute in the knowledge that she travelled 1,200ft since returning, after making a 125ft journey from her vehicle, the ... Read More

German Foreign Ministry Concerned Over Mass Detentions in Turkey - Spokesman

German Foreign Ministry Concerned Over Mass Detentions in Turkey - Spokesman

Earlier, the authorities detained over 1,000 people in the latest raids on those suspected of links to Gulen. The operations were carried out as part of a probe led by chief public prosecutor's office in Ankara , the state-run Anadolu Agency reported. Read More