Archive for September, 2017

Posted by Editor at September 15, 2017

Category: News

Manhunt Underway After London Terror Attack

Trump Seizes on London Attack to Push for Expanding a Travel Ban

North Korea fires second ballistic missile over Japan

U.N. Security Council to meet after North Korea fires another missile over Japan

Tillerson says Myanmar violence must stop, supports Suu Kyi

Syria war: Turkey, Russia, Iran agree Idlib ‘ceasefire’ zone

‘For first time in 300 years, there’s not a single living person on the island of Barbuda’

Mystery of sonic weapon attacks at US embassy in Cuba deepens

Iceland government collapses over paedophile furore

Salt Lake Police: Officers violated 6 policies in Alex Wubbels’ arrest

Hoax: High School St. Kate’s security guard admits he shot himself

Posted by Editor at September 14, 2017

Category: News

Tiny bodies of slain Rohingya children wash up on Bangladesh shores

North Korea faces food shortages after intense drought and ‘very bad harvest’

North Korea Threatens to Use Nuclear Weapon to ‘Sink’ Japan

No nuclear weapons in South Korea, says President Moon

8 dead after ‘excessively hot’ conditions in Florida nursing home

Irma death toll rises to 31 across 3 states

Shkreli ordered jailed after online bounty on Hillary Clinton’s hair

Trump says he’s ‘fairly close’ to deal with Democrats to protect ‘Dreamers’

Treasury Secretary Mnuchin requested government jet for European honeymoon

Russia kicks off huge war games on Europe’s borders

Equifax had ‘admin’ as login and password in Argentina

Pressure mounts on Facebook to release campaign ads bought by Russia

Catholic sexual abuse partly caused by secrecy and mandatory celibacy, report finds

Exxon Loses Bid to Keep Auditor Files Secret in Climate Fraud Investigation

– Japan Is Selling Bullet Trains to India

Posted by Editor at September 8, 2017

Category: News

Hurricane Irma Live Updates: ‘Way Bigger Than Andrew,’ Florida Governor Warns

Hurricane Irma slams Turks and Caicos, weakens to Category 4 on path to Florida

Powerful Earthquake Off Southern Mexico Kills More Than 30 People

Mexico expels North Korean ambassador over nuclear tests

North Korea: Germany, China back ‘peaceful’ dialogue

Three Equifax Managers Sold Stock Before Cyber Hack Revealed

Nancy Pelosi Says Trump Promised Her He’d Sign The Dream Act

Israel’s ‘meal’ scandal moves closer toward indictment of Netanyahu’s wife

FDA slams EpiPen maker for doing nothing while hundreds failed, people died

Texas Cop Who Said Town Was ‘Infested’ with Cartels Allegedly Worked with Them

Boy who suffered up to 100 seizures a day has none in 300 days after being prescribed cannabis oil

Uber is under federal investigation for spying on Lyft drivers

Posted by Editor at September 7, 2017

Category: News

Hurricane Irma causes at least 10 deaths in Caribbean as Florida, Georgia, SC brace for storm

Florida under hurricane watch as ‘powerful and deadly’ Irma roars toward U.S. mainland

Caribbean islands suffer huge damage after Irma – as it happened

Florida Renters told they are not allowed to board up windows

JetBlue, American, Delta cap ticket prices out of Florida ahead of Hurricane Irma

Trump Stuns GOP by Dealing With Democrats on Debt, Harvey Aid

Pelosi urged Trump to tweet DACA reassurance

Son of Philippines’ Duterte linked to $125 million drug shipment as his father’s drug war kills thousands

Rotherham abuse scandal: no charges against senior council figures

South Korea expects North to launch ICBM on Saturday, prime minister says

China agrees U.N. action, and talk, needed to end North Korea crisis

Facebook reveals alleged Russia-funded political ad campaign in US

Posted by Editor at September 6, 2017

Category: News

Hurricane Irma slams Caribbean islands as it heads toward Puerto Rico

Hurricane Irma is so strong it’s registering on devices designed to detect earthquakes

FEMA Is Almost Out of Money and Hurricane Irma Is Approaching

Travelers complain of steep airfares as they try to escape Hurricane Irma’s path

U.S. and South Korea Near Completion of Missile-Defense System

Britain could still reverse Brexit, former minister Heseltine says

‘We’re trying to go all in’: Chocolate giant Mars pledges $1 billion to fight climate change

Archeological find affirms Heiltsuk Nation’s oral history:14,000 yr old settlement found in Canada

America’s shrinking percentage of white Christians isn’t a sudden occurrence

Search on for owner of tiger shot dead in metro Atlanta neighborhood

Polygamist Warren Jeffs ordered to pay $16 million to former child bride who testified against him

Teenage boy sets fire to Columbia River Gorge with firecrackers



Posted by Editor at September 5, 2017

Category: News

Hurricane Irma’s Path

Hurricane Irma is a ‘potentially catastrophic’ Category 5 storm

Receding Floodwaters Reveal Extent Of Houston Area’s Post-Harvey Destruction

Trump ends ‘Dreamers’ program, leaving fate of 800,000 uncertain

Clinton book says Bernie Sanders inflicted ‘lasting damage’ on her campaign

North Korea’s nuclear test site at risk of imploding, Chinese scientist says

North Korea warns of ‘more gift packages’ for United States

Japan plans for possible mass evacuation of its citizens in South Korea amid threats from North Korea

Putin on US administration: ‘It’s difficult to talk with people who confuse Austria and Australia’

Ohio news photographer reportedly shot by deputy while setting up to take pictures of traffic stop

Aspiring Pastor Accused of Killing Wife in His Sleep Blames Cold Medicine: ‘I Can’t Believe I Did This’

Posted by Editor at September 1, 2017

Category: News

As waters recede in Houston, attention turns to chemical facilities

Houston mosques open doors to Harvey victims on Muslim holiday

Harvey floods Tennessee, Kentucky, as Hurricane Irma spins up in the Atlantic

Video shows Utah nurse screaming, being dragged into police car after refusing to let officer take blood from unconscious victim

Lesbian couple win $10,000 damages from county clerk who called them an ‘abomination’

Cobb officer who said ‘we only shoot black people’ says he’ll retire

Police Union President Calls Black Lives Matter Protesters Outside Philadelphia Officer’s House ‘a Pack of Rabid Animals’

Sheriff David Clarke Resigns

Power company kills nuclear plant, plans $6 billion in solar, battery investment

Kenyan court scraps presidential vote, Kenyatta pledges to return to polls

Russia: Will A Woman Replace Vladimir Putin As President?

Anti-vaccination advocate Kent Heckenlively denied entry to Australia