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The Success Story Behind 'John's Crazy Socks'
John Cronin has never been one to let disability hold him back. The 22-year-old from Long Island, N.Y., was born with Down syndrome, a genetic disorder that causes developmental and intellectual
US Senator John McCain dies from brain cancer aged 81
John McCain, the Vietnam war hero turned senator and presidential candidate, has died aged 81.
Tributes pour in for US Senator John McCain, 'a patriot of the highest order'
Both sides of the US political aisle are lauding the life and work of Senator John McCain following his death on Saturday at the age of 81. Former presidents Barack Obama and George W. Bush have been
US Women’s Equality Celebrated on Anniversary of 19th Amendment
Women’s Equality Day on Sunday marks the 98th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, which gave women the right to vote in the United States.Since then, women have mostly outnumbered men at the polls.In
Pompeo Decries ‘Abhorrent Ethnic Cleansing' in Myanmar
The United States will continue to hold accountable those responsible for what he described as the "abhorrent ethnic cleansing" of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said
Man shot at female drivers because ‘they should be banned from the roads’
Nicholas D'Agostino allegedly posted on Facebook that the 'sole purpose' of women was to 'give birth to male children'.
BBC reporter hit by falling tree during live Hurricane Lane broadcast
It was a close call.
Mexico Minister says in 'Final Hours' of Bilateral NAFTA Talks
Mexico's Economy Minister Ildefonso Guajardo said on Sunday that bilateral negotiations with the United States about the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) were in the "final hours."Speaking
3 Dead, Including Gunman, in Shooting at Florida Gaming Contest
Authorities in Jacksonville, Florida, say a gunman shot dead two people and wounded nine others before killing himself at a video game event Sunday.The attack happened inside a restaurant at the
Deadly shooting at video game tournament in Florida
A gunman opened fire Sunday at an online video game tournament that was being livestreamed from a Florida mall, killing two people and then fatally shooting himself in an attack that sent several
Letter: Vatican Knew About Disgraced Archbishop’s Behavior
The Vatican’s retired ambassador to the United States accused senior Vatican officials of knowing as early as 2000 that the disgraced former archbishop of Washington, Theodore McCarrick, regularly
Lane Brings Record Rain to Hawaii, but Loses its Wallop
Hurricane Lane secured its place in the history books before it quickly dissipated into a tropical storm and moved off from Hawaii. The storm caused damage, mostly on the Big Island, where rivers
Cohen Guilty Pleas Encourage Calls for Trump Impeachrment
Some critics of U.S. President Donald Trump have urged impeachment proceedings against him after his former attorney implicated the president in a possible campaign finance violation. But in Congress,
McCain to be honoured in services, Obama and George W Bush set to speak
Sen. John McCain's service to his country began more than six decades ago at the U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis and will end there in a cemetery overlooking Maryland's Severn River.
Donald Trump used the wrong colour while drawing the American flag
The US President added a blue stripe to the star spangled banner that has never been seen before.
Vietnam Pays Respects to John McCain with Tributes, Flowers
People in Vietnam are paying their respects to U.S. Sen. John McCain who was held as prisoner of war in Vietnam and later was instrumental in bringing the wartime foes together.McCain died of brain
McCain Honored in US, Vietnam
Makeshift memorials are building in Arizona, Washington D.C. and Vietnam, in honor of Arizona Senator John McCain, who lost his battle with brain cancer on Saturday, August 25. He was 81.
Bargaining Chip or not, Taiwan Keeps Improving Prized Relations with US
Taiwan and the United States are showing signs of growing a solid relationship that goes beyond U.S. President Donald Trump’s widely suspected use of Taipei as a bargaining chip in his
Vietnam says John McCain Helped 'Heal the Wounds of War'
U.S. Senator John McCain was a "symbol of his generation" who helped "heal the wounds of war" by pushing for diplomatic normalization of ties with Vietnam, the Southeast Asian country's foreign
Los Angeles Police Build Bridges to Immigrant Communities
Lt. Daren Diviak is daily reminded of the violence of the streets as he passes a memorial dedicated to colleagues who lost their lives in the line of duty. He works for the Operation Safe Streets