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Kim ‘not as strong as he says’

President Donald J. Trump spoke yesterday with President Xi Jinping of China to address issues regarding North Korea. President Trump criticized North Korea's continued belligerence and emphasized th...

UK Students, Faculty Encourage Middle School Girls to ‘Expand Their Horizons’

stem-stats The Math and Science Pre-College STEM Center at the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff is planning a STEM Girls Leadership Conference that will be held May 5, 2017, from 8:30 a.m.- 2:30 ...

Mount Maunganui retail block for sale

Light dawns on the Mount Maunganui cenotaph at this year's Anzac Day service with Mount Maunganui RSA's Peter Moss and president Derek Williams taking part. Photo/George Novak. Mount Maunganui RSA pr...

Bizarre moment an alligator is HANDCUFFED by animal control agents in order to remove it f...

Louisiana wildlife agents spent Saturday afternoon rounding up an alligator that was found roaming a Slidell neighborhood. Advertisement. Related Content. Horse vs. alligator: Only in Florida · Allig...

Two More Men Were Executed in Arkansas Last Night

We speak with The Guardian's chief reporter Ed Pilkington about the shocking double execution Arkansas carried out Monday night, marking the first time in nearly 17 years that any state has killed tw...

Cops involved in Tamir Rice shooting tell their stories in newly-released videos

CLEVELAND -- The partner of a Cleveland officer who fatally shot 12-year-old Tamir Rice recalls pleading for a faster response from medics as the wounded boy's condition worsened. The newly public re...

Facts and Logic About the Middle East

America is the world's undisputed military superpower but it faces a strategic conundrum over North Korea's nuclear intentions. The bind is this: there may be no morally acceptable military option to...

French election live: France’s place in Europe at issue in vote for president

When far-right National Front leader Marine Le Pen Marine made it through to the run-off of the French presidential election on Sunday, some powerful people in the United States were celebrating. Fro...

Trump’s border wall threatens everything that defines us

Subscribe to The Atlantic's Politics & Policy Daily, a roundup of ideas and events in American politics. If President Trump wants to shut down the federal government over funding for his southern...

Vietnam vets recall their time in war

The Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary to the Brian Bowman Post #1431 will have its annual Vietnam Veteran Dinner and Program on May 5. This will be the auxiliary's third year of honoring these veter...

Obama delivers first speech post-presidency, without ever saying ‘Donald Trump’...

(CNN) Former President Barack Obama made his first public remarks since leaving the White House wearing a white shirt, dark suit jacket and, noticeably, no tie. "So ... uh ... what's been going on wh...

Monster bull shark snared by fisherman

A massive bull shark, twice the size of the man who caught it, has been photographed at Lake Macquarie in NSW. Close. Play Video. Play. Mute. Current Time 0:00. /. Duration Time 0:00. Loaded: 0%. 0:0...

Offshore Valparaiso, Chile Earthquake, Mw6.9

MANILA, Philippines — The Department of Foreign Affairs on Tuesday said there were no Filipino casualties in the magnitude 6.9 earthquake in Valparaiso, Chile. In a statement, the Philippine Embassy ...

Obama is making his return to public life with a speech at the University of Chicago Monda...

FIRST SPEECH. Former US President Barack Obama will take part in a discussion on community organizing and civic engagement with students from area schools at the University of Chicago on April 24, 20...

Anzac Day brings mixed memories for vets

MILITARY SERVICE: Kerry White was called up to serve in the Vietnam War in September 1965 and discharged in 1967. Warren Lynam. Related Items. Dawn services: Coast remembers horror and sacrifice of w...

French elections: Wall Street joins European relief rally

After Sunday's victories for Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen, neither of France's traditional leading parties will have a candidate in a Presidential election for the first time in sixty years. Cre...

Malcolm Turnbull visits Afghanistan and Iraq ahead of Anzac Day

Australians are preparing to commemorate those fallen in combat as modern battles flare over Anzac Day. A war memorial outside a Melbourne RSL was trashed on Monday and painted with the slogan 'war i...

US sanctions over 270 Syrians after chemical attack

The U.S. Treasury announced on Monday that it is putting into place 271 new sanctions in Syria following a chemical weapons attack on April 4 that killed dozens of people, including many children. Tr...

Teenager suspected of making ‘hundreds’ of bomb threats against Jewish institu...

TEL AVIV, Israel -- Money motivated an Israeli-American Jewish teenager to lob threats against Jewish centers in the United States, according to Israeli prosecutors. Advertisement. Michael Ron Kadar'...

How do Donald Trump’s first 100 days rate historically?

Determining a presidency's success by inspecting its "first hundred days" is a bit of an artificial construct. If humans were born with 12 fingers, then perhaps we'd be evaluating presidents based on...