Melania Trump condemns bullying – and raises some eyebrows – in her first UN speech
The Denver Post, 21 September at 18:26
First Lady Melania Trump addresses other spouses of world leaders at a United Nations luncheon on Sept. 20, 2017, in the United States Mission in New York. The First Lady addressed the issue of vulnerable children around the world. By Krissah Thompson ...
Mexico rescuers labor against time to find trapped quake survivors
Reuters, 21 September at 18:20
A Venezuelan national, Daniela Cardenas, sits on a mattress in her gym she turned into a shelter for people who have lost their homes after an earthquake in Mexico City, Mexico September 21, 2017. REUTERS/Ginnette Riquelme. MEXICO CITY (Reuters) ...
Insurers Come Out Swinging Against New Republican Health Care Bill
New York Times, 21 September at 18:10
Senator Lisa Murkowski, Republican of Alaska, could be one of the pivotal votes on health care legislation next week. Credit Aaron P. Bernstein/Reuters. WASHINGTON — The health insurance industry, after cautiously watching Republican health care
CNN hires former US attorney Preet Bharara as senior legal analyst
Washington Examiner, 21 September at 17:51
A former U.S. attorney who President Trump fired earlier this year will serve as a senior legal analyst for CNN, according to a report. Preet Bharara served as the U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York before Trump fired him and 46 other
Melania Trump's $3000 pink dress reveals a key difference between her and Michelle Obama
Business Insider, 21 September at 17:45
Melania Trump's address to the spouses of world leaders of the United Nations resulted in an unexpected strain of backlash. While the first lady addressed issues of bullying, much of the discussion following the speech was about Trump's dress. Trump
Trump says the United States will impose new sanctions on North Korea
Washington Post, 21 September at 17:30
NEW YORK -- President Trump said Thursday that his administration will enact additional sanctions on North Korea, but he declined to elaborate in brief public remarks during a meeting on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly. “We will
Americans think Trump's Charlottesville response was better than his tweets
Washington Post, 21 September at 16:03
For the first time since February, NBC-Wall Street Journal polling finds that less than half of the country has a negative view of President Trump. More than half still disapproves of the job Trump is doing, mind you, with 43 percent of poll
China Calls Trump's UN Speech 'Unhelpful'
Townhall, 21 September at 15:55
While some world leaders applauded President Trump's speech at the United Nations on Tuesday, one country was pretty miffed: China. In an editorial published in the English version of China's "People's Daily" newspaper, China accused trump of ...
Roy Moore disrupts Alabama Senate race — and prepares for new level of defiance in Washington
Washington Post, 21 September at 15:54
DECATUR, Ala. — With the thunder and fire of an old-time revivalist, U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore rose before the assembled souls at the Redemption Baptist Church, a front-runner in the polls days out from an election that could rattle the rickety ...
Mark Zuckerberg is definitely not running for president
SFGate, 21 September at 15:33
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is definitely not running for president – where would you get a crazy idea like that? Can't a man set out on a quest to better understand the American factory worker without ulterior motives? Can't a man take a vacation to ...
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