Wilders' Security Officer Detained for Suspected Data Leak

U.S. News & World Report - 1 day ago
Dutch police have detained a...

News via Google. See more news like this

US, Mexico square off on immigration as top officials meet

The Globe and Mail - 39 minutes ago
Mexico's mounting unease...

Dakota Access protest camp holdouts arrested

CTV News - 46 minutes ago
CANNON BALL, N.D. -- Police...

Inauguration singer Jackie Evancho asks to 'enlighten' Trump on transgender rights

The Globe and Mail - 3 hours ago
Jackie Evancho, who sang the...

News via Google. See more news like this



Trump ahead of Tillerson Mexico visit: 'A tough trip'

CNN - 1 hour ago
Washington (CNN) President...

James O'Keefe's 'CNN Leaks' are totally overrated

Washington Post - 2 hours ago
Maybe there is a bombshell...

Sweden Democrats: Trump was right

Fox News - 2 hours ago
Two leading Swedish...

European welfare benefits help fund ISIS fighters

USA TODAY - 1 hour ago
Governments across Europe...

News via Google. See more news like this

Geert Wilders suspends election campaign over alleged security leak

The Guardian - 2 hours ago
Geert Wilders (centre) who...

Thousands of cannabis plants found at bunker

ITV News - 5 hours ago
Six people have been arrested...

News via Google. See more news like this

  • Survey says the majority of Americans trust the media over Trump

    In a Quinnipiac University poll released Wednesday, 52 percent of respondents chose the media over Mr. Trump when asked who they trusted to "tell you the truth about important issues." Just over one-third, 37 percent, reported finding Trump more trustworthy. Recommended: Are you smarter than a Fox News viewer? […]

  • Flood waters force thousands from homes in Northern California

    Hit by a once-in-100 years flood, more than 14,000 residents near the swollen Coyote Creek that runs through San Jose, Calif., were ordered to evacuate on Wednesday. While some were able to return to their homes early Thursday morning as the water levels began to subside, an evacuation order remained for some parts of the city, a hub of high-tech Silicon Valley. Recommended: Are you a weather nerd? […]

  • Hundreds protest in Anaheim after an off-duty cop fired shots at teens

    Hundreds of protesters took to the streets of Anaheim, Calif., Wednesday to express their outrage after a video surfaced that appears to show a local police officer roughing a young teen and eventually firing his weapon. The protest followed a Tuesday incident, in which an off-duty, white Los Angeles police officer allegedly fired shots in an altercation with a group of Latino teenagers who had walked across his lawn. Recommended: Can you pass the written police officer exam? […]

  • Cressida Dick becomes Scotland Yard’s first female top cop

    Senior counter-terrorism officer Cressida Dick was named chief of police in London on Wednesday, making her the first woman to head a 31,000-member force in what is often considered the top police job in Britain. Ms. Dick, a former assistant commissioner of the force who left in 2015 to join Britain's Foreign Office, led the security operation for the 2012 London Olympics, and is highly regarded by many ordinary officers. Among main longer-term challenges are likely to be budget pressures and the need to incorporate diverse communities into the work of a predominately white force, a priority for London Mayor Sadiq Khan, according to The Guardian. […]

  • Md. appeals court upholds 'assault weapon' ban: a new challenge to scope of Second Amendment?

    A Maryland law banning so-called assault rifles survived its day before a federal appeals court Tuesday, marking a victory for gun control advocates that could bring the question of whether military-style weapons receive Second Amendment protection before the nation’s highest court. At its core, the argument examines whether or not weapons such as AR-15s and AK-47s are the kind of firearms necessary for legal purposes, such as self-defense, or if they constitute “dangerous and unusual” weapons that have been historically prohibited in some states. […]

  • Trump's been quieter lately. Is that a trend?

    On Tuesday, for instance, President Trump went to the African-American Museum in Washington, and the visit seemed ... normal. Mr. Trump walked the halls like any respectful visitor, paying particular attention to Nat Turner’s Bible and an exhibit on boxer Muhammad Ali. Nothing more important,” Trump said. […]

  • In age of Trump, apocalyptic rhetoric becomes mainstream

    The longer President Trump is in office, the more Cat Deakins worries about the future – for herself and her children. With every executive order and cabinet appointment, she envisions another scenario: an America that rejects immigrants, that succumbs to climate change, that erupts in war. “It’s scary to me that [people within the administration] are promoting this idea of, ‘We are at war with Islam.’ That’s the kind of thinking that leads to World War III," says Ms. Deakins, a cinematographer in Los Angeles. […]

  • Larry Nassar, former USA gymnastic coach, is charged with sexual assault

    Dr. Nassar, who specialized in treating female gymnasts at Michigan State University and through the USA Gymnastics organization, faces charges in two Michigan counties, including first-degree criminal sexual conduct in 2015 against a victim younger than 13 years old. The high-profile allegations against Nassar, which he has denied, come at a time of renewed national debate over sexual abuse and gymnastics. […]

  • Erdoğan fans an Islamic nationalism in bid to build Ottoman-style influence

    They portray themselves as the “average Joes” of Turkish politics: a builder-handyman and his fiancée, a cleaner, who both work for the same small Istanbul company that has been going through tough times. […]

  • Turkey lifts ban on headscarves in the military

    Turkey will allow female military officers and cadets to wear headscarves with their uniforms, provided that they don’t cover the face or have patterns. Other military forces, including the US Army, are also adjusting dress and grooming standards to accommodate religious personnel. In a country where 99 percent of the population is officially Muslim, the Turkish military’s decision to allow Islamic headgear might appear to be common sense. […]

Quote of the Day
Theodor Seuss Geisel (Dr. Seuss)
Theodor Seuss Geisel (Dr. Seuss)
1904 - 1991
Children want the same things we want. To laugh, to be challenged, to be entertained, and delighted.
Quotes via Quotery
Trump's reversal on transgender bathroom directive: How we got here

CNN - 5 hours ago
(CNN) The Trump administration's reversal of...

CPAC organizer denounces 'alt-right' as 'left-wing fascist group'

Washington Post - 2 hours ago
One of the first speeches at this year's...

Rex Tillerson Arrives in Mexico Facing Twin Threats to Relations

New York Times - 8 hours ago
Secretary of State Rex W. Tillerson arriving in...

24 arrested after video of off-duty officer firing gun during dispute with teens sparks Anaheim protests

Los Angeles Times - 3 hours ago
More than 300 people protested on the streets of...

News via Google. See more news like this

Powered by © 2016 WE JOOJ.US Ltd Trademarks and brands are the property of their respective owners.