Donald Trump 'will meet Kim Jong Un by May' after North Korean invitation
Donald Trump has accepted an invitation to meet the North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un, South Korea's security adviser, Chung Eui-yong, has told reporters.
Trump tariffs: US President imposes levy on steel and aluminium
President Trump has signed controversial orders imposing heavy tariffs on steel and aluminium - but some countries will be spared.
Protests in Chile Against Trans-Pacific Deal
Activists in Chile protested the renewed Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) deal, which was signed by 11 countries in the capital of the South American country Thursday.
‘Hysteria in the United States over China in Africa’
Washington seems to be quite hysterical over Beijing’s growing influence in Africa
Brazil’s Presidential Election Heats Up With a Dozen Candidates Expected
Brazil’s largest right-wing party on Thursday launched a presidential candidate for the first time in nearly two decades, bringing the number of major parties contending in the October race to seven of an expected 12.
N. Korea’s Kim regaled South’s delegates with wine & self-deprecating jokes
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has revealed an unexpected side of his character to Southern negotiators in Pyongyang. Rolling out snacks and wine for them, he reportedly cracked jokes about himself.
Israeli troops kill Palestinian in West Bank clashes
Israeli soldiers shot dead a Palestinian man during clashes in the occupied West Bank on Friday, the Palestinian Health Ministry said.
Things have gotten so bad at the Veterans Affairs department that the secretary has posted an armed guard outside his office
Secretary of Veterans Affairs David Shulkin has posted an armed guard outside his office as the department falls into a power struggle that is "killing the agency," The Washington Post reports.
Philippines to Declare 600 Alleged Communists 'Terrorists'?
Those targeted include a former U.N. special rapporteur, four Catholic priests, the Communist Party's founder, and several former lawmakers.
Are Americans in favour of armed teachers? Now we know the answer
A poll conducted by NBC/Survey Monkey shows 56% of all Americans were opposed to rules that would allow guns into the classroom. 44% said they were 'strongly' opposed to the plan while 12% said they were 'slightly' against. In contrast, 42% were in support.
School board sued over meeting where teacher removed, cuffed
Louisiana’s attorney general sued a local school board Thursday over a meeting disrupted by the video-recorded arrest of a teacher being roughly handcuffed on a hallway floor after she criticized the district superintendent’s pay raise.
Loaded gun falls out of Florida kindergartner's backpack in class
A loaded handgun fell out of a kindergartner's backpack in a Florida charter school classroom, but it didn't fire and it is unclear how it got there.