Monthly Archives: December, 2017
Saturday North Korea vowed to never give up its nuclear weapons as long as the United States and its allies continue their “blackmail and war drills” at its doorstep.
Iran strongly dismissed President Trump’s warning and support amid anti-government protests in the capital city of Tehran and elsewhere in the Arabian Gulf country, calling the US president an “opportunist.”
Friday the State Department released work-related emails from the account of top Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin that were discovered by the FBI on a laptop belonging to Abedin’s estranged husband, Anthony Weiner, near the end of the 2016 presidential campaign.
Capitol Hill’s sexual harassment scandal reignites debate about thrifty lawmakers sleeping in their office
When Congress meets, dozens of lawmakers catch their z’s in the Spartan accommodations of the Rayburn Ramada, the Longworth Motel 6 or the Cannon Airbnb.
Ah, Rahm Emanuel once again hits the news. Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel had a good year at the expense of city residents – and for that he might want to thank President Donald Trump.
According to a report, a North Korean nuclear scientist who fled the country while taking time off from work to deal with “anxiety over his research projects” has killed himself inside a prison cell after being recaptured in China and sent back over the border.
Friday the Dow Jones Industrial Average was range bound in early trading swinging between modest gains and losses, but close to its next major 1000 point milestone: 25,000.
President Trump went postal on Amazon, suggesting on Twitter the online retailer is taking advantage of the federal government’s beleaguered mail service.
Brace yourselves folks. Demonrats are going to try and steal all seats from Republicans. Wednesday Roy Moore filed an election complaint claiming voter fraud altered the outcome of Alabama’s Senate race, paving the way for Democrat Doug Jones’ victory.
U.S. spy satellites reportedly captured photos of Chinese ships illegally selling oil to North Korean boats some 30 times since October. Satellite images released by the U.S. Department of Treasury appeared to show vessels from both countries illegally trading oil in the West Sea, The Chosun Ilbo reported Tuesday, citing South Korean government sources.