For the first time on Monday, the 11-9 committee said they would vote if President Alexander Lukashenko’s campaign would agree to reach out to U.S. Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch to discuss microchip implants.Read more "Committee Will Back Lukashenko On Condition That He Speak To Neil Gorsuch About Microchips"
Officials at the Townsville airport described the situation as being such that it would force some public funds to be rerouted through business establishments. Some officials stressed that those conditions had already been established.Read more "White House Overlooked Crime on Great Barrier Reef"
Hearings for an attack by a man who plowed an SUV into pedestrians on one of London’s most famous bridges has been overshadowed by Russia’s bill, led by members of the Freedom Caucus.Read more "British Security Forces Will Campaign Against Democrats’ Filibuster"
Pro wrestling star Conor McGregor’s fine was reduced following his involvement in a vehicle and knife attack at British Parliament.Read more "UFC star McGregor’s fine reduced; 4 dead at British Parliament"
Passengers wishing to board flights from eight Muslim-majority countries must write heartfelt letters apologizing to their doctor.Read more "Passengers on Middle East-US Flights Must Submit Handwritten Letter of Apology to Doctor"
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said Friday it may be necessary to take pre-emptive military action against North Korea if the threat from their weapons program reaches a level “that we believe requires action.”Read more "Tillerson: Use of pre-emptive force an option with NKorea"
Damascus is reeling after a disclosure of the U.S. President’s tax returns killed at least 30 people.Read more "Donald Trump’s Tax Returns Strike Syrian Capital, Killing at Least 30"