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Trump, May, Macron: Air Strikes Against Syria Were 'Successful and Necessary'

Trump, May, Macron: Air Strikes Against Syria Were 'Successful and Necessary'

U.S. President Donald Trump spoke by phone to the leaders of Britain and France about the joint air strikes the three nations launched on Syria Saturday morning. The White House said Trump spoke with
Pence Says NAFTA Deal Possible in Several Weeks

Pence Says NAFTA Deal Possible in Several Weeks

U.S. Vice President Mike Pence said Saturday that he was leaving a summit of Latin American countries in Peru very hopeful that the United States, Mexico and Canada were close to a deal on a
Gun Rights Advocates Hold Rallies in US State Capitals

Gun Rights Advocates Hold Rallies in US State Capitals

Gun rights supporters gathered in Atlanta and dozens of other U.S. state capitals Saturday at a time when many Americans are pressing for tougher restrictions on weapons.According to a early
US, Allies Tell UN: Syria Strikes Legal, Justified

US, Allies Tell UN: Syria Strikes Legal, Justified

The United States, Britain and France said Saturday that their military strike on Syrian chemical weapons storage and research facilities was legal and justified.At an emergency U.N. Security Council
DC Residents and Tourists React to News of Syria Strikes

DC Residents and Tourists React to News of Syria Strikes

The United States, Britain, and France on Saturday conducted military strikes on Syria's chemical weapons facilities to punish President Bashar Assad for an apparent attack last week in Douma, Syria.
Flights Canceled, Roads Treacherous Amid Spring Snowstorms

Flights Canceled, Roads Treacherous Amid Spring Snowstorms

A storm system stretching from the Gulf Coast to the Great Lakes has buffeted the central U.S. with heavy snow, tornadoes, rain and hail, forcing flight cancellations, creating treacherous road
Bullets Repurposed as Symbols of Life

Bullets Repurposed as Symbols of Life

A Miami activist is using her artistic skills to give new life to bullets. She's launched a social campaign called “Bullets for life”, that transforms lethal projectiles into jewelry and clothing
'Make America Smart Again': Hundreds Rally for US Science

'Make America Smart Again': Hundreds Rally for US Science

Gesturing towards the White House, home to President Donald Trump who has called himself "a very stable genius," Isaac Newton begged to differ."Knowing many geniuses, and being one myself, I would
US Pastor on Trial for Alleged Terror Ties, Spying in Turkey

US Pastor on Trial for Alleged Terror Ties, Spying in Turkey

An American pastor imprisoned in Turkey is going on trial for alleged terror ties and spying in a case that has increased tensions between Washington and Ankara. Andrew Craig Brunson, an evangelical
Britain: No Additional Syria Strikes for Now

Britain: No Additional Syria Strikes for Now

Britain's foreign secretary says there are no plans to launch additional military strikes against Syria but his country and its allies will consider further action if Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad
Simulated Chemical Incident Part of Jordan-US Military Drill

Simulated Chemical Incident Part of Jordan-US Military Drill

The United States and Jordan have launched a 12-day military exercise with scenarios ranging from border security to counter-terrorism and for the first time a simulated chemical incident.The Eager
Facebook Fuels Broad Privacy Debate by Tracking Non-Users

Facebook Fuels Broad Privacy Debate by Tracking Non-Users

Concern about Facebook Inc's respect for data privacy is widening to include the information it collects about non-users, after Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg said the world's largest social network
France Urges Russia to Join Peace Push After Syria Strike

France Urges Russia to Join Peace Push After Syria Strike

France is urging Russia to join in renewed peace efforts after Western missile strikes on Syria aimed at punishing Bashar Assad for an alleged chemical attack, while the Syrian leader was said to have
Boris Johnson says airstrikes in Syria was the UK ‘standing up for civilised values’

Boris Johnson says airstrikes in Syria was the UK ‘standing up for civilised values’

The UK's Foreign Secretary admitted that airstrikes 'may not end the barbarism' of chemical attacks in Syria - but insists it was the right decision.
Gay-rights lawyer sets himself on fire in protest against climate change

Gay-rights lawyer sets himself on fire in protest against climate change

The charred remains of David Buckel - who hopes his dead 'might serve others - were found in a New York Park.
Mum secretly records teachers bullying severely autistic boy, 12

Mum secretly records teachers bullying severely autistic boy, 12

Camden Davis had increased anxiety, began wetting his bed and started getting aggressive after the abuse, but was unable to tell his mother why because of his autism.

KTM X-Bow Is Finally Coming To America… But There’s A (Big) Catch

KTM will offer two versions of the X-Bow in the States, but we doubt you'll ever see them on the streets. |
Trump Contends FBI Chief He Fired Should Be Jailed

Trump Contends FBI Chief He Fired Should Be Jailed

U.S. President Donald Trump contended Sunday that James Comey, the FBI director he fired who has written a scathing new book on the Trump presidency, should be imprisoned, claiming that he revealed
Saudi Crown Prince Wraps up Multi-Nation Charm Offensive

Saudi Crown Prince Wraps up Multi-Nation Charm Offensive

Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has promised to diversify his nation's economy and address the needs of its increasingly young population. Mike O'Sullivan reports on the heir-apparent
In Peru for Summit, Pence Offers Support for Syrian Strike

In Peru for Summit, Pence Offers Support for Syrian Strike

Thousands of miles from home, Vice President Mike Pence was thrust into a new, more immediate, role on the world stage Saturday: explaining President Donald Trump's military strike in Syria to a