Global Media

A mere 3% of American voters in a new Quinnipiac poll released Wednesday say Trump's actions as president have discouraged white supremacists. "Fifty-one percent said Trump was not a strong leader; 53% said he wasn't moral, 55% said he wasn't stable, 58% said he was reckless; 52% said he isn't honest; 52% said he doesn't care about "people like them" and 56% percent said he can't unite the country".
  • Tiger cub rescued from illegal smuggling

    Tiger cub rescued from illegal smuggling

    Global Media

    Wednesday, according to a news release from U.S. Customs and Border Protection . The driver, a US citizen, was arrested and later taken to jail to await arraignment. Fish and Wildlife officials, Wasiluk said. CBP officials said the incident is similar to a situation that occurred at the San Ysidro Port of Entry more than 20 years ago.
  • Body Of Missing Sailor Identified

    Body Of Missing Sailor Identified

    Global Media

    He also recognized and thanked "the courageous crew of USS John S. McCain , and all the search and rescue personnel who are still hard at work with a difficult task". The search and rescue operations will continue "until the probability of discovering sailors is exhausted", the Navy said. The Navy has yet to officially identify any of the missing sailors.
  • Jaitley to oversee Gujarat assembly polls, Javadekar Karnataka

    Jaitley to oversee Gujarat assembly polls, Javadekar Karnataka

    Global Media

    Mr Jaitley and Mr Javadekar have been the party's in-charge for various state polls in the past. Union minister Piyush Goyal will be co-incharge for the Karnataka polls, slated for early next year, it said. The spokesperson of Gujarat BJP Bharat Pandya said, "The action plan for the next three months has been prepared by our party leaders and shared with the other leaders and office bearers of the party organisation".
  • U.S. urges Taliban to quit arms and end Afghan war

    U.S. urges Taliban to quit arms and end Afghan war

    Global Media

    The commander of the USA forces for Afghanistan and the NATO-led Resolute Support Mission General John Nicholson has said the Taliban are a criminal organization as he insisted that the group can not win on the battlefield. "Taliban have a simple choice: Stop fighting against your countrymen". Stop killing innocent civilians. "Help build a better future for this country and your own children".
  • US Sanctions Chinese, Russian Companies Aiding N. Korea

    US Sanctions Chinese, Russian Companies Aiding N. Korea

    Global Media

    These kinds of actions have been at the center of U.S. President Donald Trump's calls for Beijing to exert more economic and diplomatic pressure on North Korea to help rein in its nuclear and missile programs. But the Kremlin has hit back at the sanctions over alleged North Korea links, warning that Russian Federation is working on an "inevitable response to this situation".
  • World Man Dies, Woman Unconscious During Sex Festival

    World Man Dies, Woman Unconscious During Sex Festival

    Global Media

    The festival caused uproar in the Kent town after it was announced, offering an "adult play area" staffed by dominatrix and a variety of kinky workshops. Councillor Diane Hill, who represents the Southborough and High Brooms ward, said she has received complaints from locals. A police spokesman said: " Kent Police is making enquiries to establish the circumstances surrounding an unexplained death in Tunbridge Wells ".
  • Majority of American Public Concerned About Trump's Behavior

    Majority of American Public Concerned About Trump's Behavior

    Global Media

    The only majority of demographic groups approving Trump are Republicans (77 percent), white voters with no college education (52 percent) and white men (50 percent). Overall, more than double the number of voters said they strongly disapproved of the president than said they strongly approved of him. It has a margin of error of 3.1 percentage points.
  • Rakhine Commission: Myanmar Must End Restrictions on Rohingya

    Rakhine Commission: Myanmar Must End Restrictions on Rohingya

    Global Media

    Before holding a press conference in Yangon, Mr. Annan met with Myanmar Army commander-in-chief Snr-Gen Min Aung Hlaing and State Counselor Daw Aung San Suu Kyi in Naypyitaw Thursday morning. He called for Suu Kyi to "face down extremists" and "ensure... that government security forces respect rights and hold their personnel accountable for any violations".
  • United States rabbis cancel High Holidays call with Trump

    United States rabbis cancel High Holidays call with Trump

    Global Media

    Trump came under sharp criticism for evoking moral equivalency between white nationalist groups and counter-protestors, saying blame for violent clashes between the two groups existed "on many sides". Rabbi Jonah Dov Pesner, director of the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism , said Jewish organizations were "very much prepared" to do the call until the events transpired in Charlottesville.
  • Hillary On Donald In Her New Book

    Hillary On Donald In Her New Book

    Global Media

    Clinton recalls feeling incensed that only two days prior to the second presidential debate, the audiotape of Trump bragging about groping women had emerged. I know you love to intimidate women, but you can't intimidate me. Writing this wasn't easy. In the excerpts she also describes her feelings of having let down the American people.
  • Court Orders DreamHost to Turn Over Info on Anti-Trump Site

    Court Orders DreamHost to Turn Over Info on Anti-Trump Site

    Global Media

    But Dreamhost lawyers said a warrant requiring the company to turn over to the government information related to a dissident website left First Amendment issues in play. Aghaian likened the effort to the government searching an entire apartment complex based on a search warrant for a single unit in the building, which he said would be clearly unconstitutional.
  • China opposes US's unilateral sanctions, urges withdrawal

    China opposes US's unilateral sanctions, urges withdrawal

    Global Media

    Chinese foreign ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying told reporters at a regular briefing that China opposes unilateral sanctions and "the long-arm jurisdiction taken" by the US against Chinese entities and individuals. Russia, along with China, is one of the few nations that can exert sizable influence on North Korea. The money is being held in US accounts. "New sanctions should be part of a robust sanctions campaign that includes engaging those who continue business with North Korea and ...
  • Rugby stars deny all rape charges, Belfast court told

    Rugby stars deny all rape charges, Belfast court told

    Global Media

    Lawyers for Paddy Jackson, 25, and Stuart Olding, 24, confirmed they want a hearing to test the strength of the prosecution case. The short legal proceedings involved the charges being lodged with a district judge. Given the length of time proceedings take in Northern Ireland, it is likely both will miss all the coming season at the least. The pair were arrested and questioned last summer.
  • Sisters at Symbiosis eclipse festival reported missing

    Sisters at Symbiosis eclipse festival reported missing

    Global Media

    The sisters are from Lake Tahoe and their parents said their girls planned to go to Prineville to watch the eclipse and called from Bend to say they were stopping to sleep there. Detectives have determined Lea's debit card was last used at the Symbiosis festival on Tuesday. According to Portland CBS affiliate KOIN-TV, 18-year-old Melissa Lea and her younger sister were located Thursday morning.
  • President Trump Needs a Special Envoy in Afghanistan

    President Trump Needs a Special Envoy in Afghanistan

    Global Media

    The first deployments could take place within days. Relations between Pakistan and the United States have endured strain during the 16-year war in Afghanistan, especially after Osama bin Laden was killed by USA special forces inside Pakistan in 2011.
  • Angola begins parliamentary elections to end president's 38-year rule

    Angola begins parliamentary elections to end president's 38-year rule

    Global Media

    Angola, home to sub-Saharan Africa's third-largest economy, held a smooth national election on Wednesday with the MPLA's former defense minister Joao Lourenco expected to be voted in as the OPEC-member's first new president for 38 years. Angola's electoral commission said the vote went smoothly. He has pledged to fight graft and is seen as a symbol of stability and even incremental change.