Category Archives: Decisions
British Airways canceled all flights out of London’s two airports at least through Saturday night because of computer outages during the start of annual holidays in Britain and the United States.
Saturday British Prime Minister Theresa May announced that the country’s terrorist threat level has been reduced from “critical” to “severe.” The change means another terrorist attack is highly likely, rather than imminently expected.
Leaders of the G7 group of rich nations have failed to agree a statement on climate change. I say who cares? Six out of 7 world leaders Leaders of the G7 group of rich nations have failed to agree a statement on climate change. But Peresident Trump has refused to recommit to the agreement, saying it will …
President Trump congratulated Rep.-elect Greg Gianforte during his trip abroad Friday. “Great win in Montana,” Trump told news photographers in Italy. Gianforte won Montana’s special election Thursday despite being charged with assaulting a reporter just hours before polls opened across the state.
Friday investigators uncovered signs the suicide bomber at the Ariana Grande concert in Manchester may have made a second explosive device that’s still missing.
As tensions continue to escalate between the United States, North Korea and Iran over nuclear capabilities and intentions, thousands of civilians and Navy personnel at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard are hard at work overhauling, repairing and modernizing U.S. submarines that could one day be sent into battle.
Steve Bannon is not a lawyer, but the chief White House strategist is poised to become the senior partner in a heavyweight firm of bareknuckle barristers at the center of President Trump’s counter-offensive against Russia collusion claims.
About 16 self-proclaimed MS-13 gang members were transferred out of federal custody and into community placement centers across the country during the border surge in unaccompanied children from Central America in 2014, according to a new letter from the Chairman of the Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs.
A Chinese defense official said Thursday that a U.S. Navy destroyer in the vicinity of a man-made island in the South China Sea was told to leave the area by Chinese warships. Ren Guoqiang, a Chinese Defense Ministry spokesman, said China sternly warned the U.S. over its patrol near the disputed territory and that the moves were “not …
HUD Secretary Ben Carson has sparked outrage after describing poverty as a “state of mind”. Mr Carson suggested people are poor because they learned the “wrong mindset” from their parents. The retired neurosurgeon oversees a department that manages housing for the country’s low-income population.