Worldwide

'Planned By AAP', Says Kapil Mishra On Being Attacked During Protest

'Planned By AAP', Says Kapil Mishra On Being Attacked During Protest

Mishra's supporters rushed towards him and freed him from the youth, identified as Ankit Bhardwaj. Drama erupted over the the assailant's affiliation with both AAP and BJP terming him an activist of the rival party. He also tweeted the contents of a letter he wrote to Kejriwal demanding that the details of travel of the five leaders. Ankit claimed he was an AAP member and said he attacked Mishra for harming the party. Read More

Continue Reading »

Chinese paper applauds anti-spy efforts after report CIA sources killed

Chinese paper applauds anti-spy efforts after report CIA sources killed

All told, the Chinese killed or imprisoned 18 to 20 of the CIA's sources in China, said two former senior U.S. officials, effectively unravelling a network that had taken years to build. These resources in China are regarded as precious assets by the Central Intelligence Agency, as the extensive security apparatus in the country makes it exceptionally hard for Western spy services to develop sources there, the report said. Read More

Continue Reading »

Trump administration gives notice on NAFTA renegotiations

U.S. President Donald Trump shows the Executive Order withdrawing the USA from the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) after signing it in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, DC on Monday, January 23, 2017. Trump has invoked the trade gap to argue that naive American policymakers had been out-negotiated by their Mexican counterparts. Tom Donohue, president and chief executive of the U.S. Read More

Continue Reading »

French Socialist ex-premier wants to join Macron's movement

French Socialist ex-premier wants to join Macron's movement

The demonstrators were protesting both against Macron - criticized by many on France's far left as a member of a discredited elite in thrall to global capitalism - and against his defeated far-right nationalist rival, Marine Le Pen. If another party wins a majority, Macron could be pressured to choose a prime minister from that party, a situation the French call "cohabitation". "German support can't replace French policies", she said. Read More

Continue Reading »

Tories `leading fightback against SNP´ with major gains in local elections

Tories `leading fightback against SNP´ with major gains in local elections

Alex Salmond has accused the Tories of making "vainglorious boasts" about their chances of winning his seat in the General Election, as he warned Ruth Davidson she could be brought "back down to earth with a bump" by the voters. Meanwhile, Labour slumped to become the third largest party in Scotland's councils, and was kicked out of power in its Glasgow heartland for the first time in nearly 40 years. Read More

Continue Reading »

Severe Storms Possible in Northern Iowa Monday

Severe Storms Possible in Northern Iowa Monday

It has been a relatively quiet start to severe weather season in Central Kansas. The primary hazards will be damaging wind gusts and large hail. Winds will be breezy with gusts up to 20 miles per hour possible. The Des Moines Metro looks to remain dry, but a few isolated cells may redevelop off some outflow of the complex of storms discussed previous. Since we are talking about a more summer-like air mass, some of these storms that fire up later today could turn strong to severe. Read More

Continue Reading »

Top baby names of 2016

Top baby names of 2016

The Social Security Administration has released the data on what Americans named their babies in 2016, and at the top, it looks nearly exactly the same as a year ago. This could be attributed to the return to the silver screen of America's favorite boxer Rocky Balboa in the 2015 movie Creed , where Rocky trains and mentors Adonis Johnson Creed , the son of his late friend and boxing rival, Apollo Creed . Read More

Continue Reading »

Trump says 'major help from God' need to win

His approval levels remained steady among Christian groups in the most recent Politico-Morning Consult poll, conducted following the controversial firing of James Comey, Trump's Federal Bureau of Investigation director this week. "Country-wide, we have serious problems", he told the Lehigh graduates. United States President Donald Trump has said that his administration is rolling back the job-killing regulations and "unleashing American energy development" to create thousands of new jobs. Read More

Continue Reading »

U.S. seeks to calm Turks on arming Kurds

It is the first face-to-face meeting between senior USA and Turkish officials since President Trump gave the Pentagon the green light to directly provide arms and heavy weapons to Kurdish militias battling the Islamic State in Syria. Earlier this week, the Trump administration said it would arm the Kurdish elements of the SDF. Turkish main opposition Republican People's Party (CHP) criticized on Wednesday the United States of America decision, urging President Erdogan to cancel his upcoming ... Read More

Continue Reading »

US sees Iran working to preserve nuclear deal

US sees Iran working to preserve nuclear deal

He said that while ISIS had lost territory in Iraq and Syria, the intelligence community has assessed its threat to the USA continues due to its ability to both direct and inspire attacks. "Nuclear device, processing enough fissile material for nuclear warheads and developing a wide range of missile technology - short, intermediate, long range missile technology". Read More

Continue Reading »