Tuesday, January 23, 2018

News & Politics

Suu Kyi denies ethnic cleansing of Myanmar Muslims

Myanmar's de facto chief Aung Sung Suu Kyi is disputing a UN report alleging ethnic cleansing of Rohingya Muslims in her nation. source

Trump: Apparent Syrian Chemical Attack ‘Crossed A Lot Of Lines’

U.S. President Donald Trump stated a chemical assault towards civilians in Syria "crossed a whole lot of strains." Originally printed at - http://www.rferl.org/a/trump-says-syria-chemical-attack-crossed-a-lot-of-lines/28413879.html source

Gorsuch’s views on assisted suicide under fire

Neil Gorsuch's views on physician-assisted suicide have come under scrutiny as a showdown over the Supreme Court nominee's affirmation looms. CNN's Sanjay Gupta experiences. source

Trump Defends TV Host Bill O’Reilly Over Claims Of Sexual Harassment

President insists the Fox News persona mustn't have settled claims completely about $13 million. Elsa Ramon experiences. source

South China Sea code of conduct may be signed soon

The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) is optimistic the Philippines and different claimant counties within the South China Sea can agree on a code...

President Trump Meets With Jordan’s King Abdullah

U.S. President Donald Trump expresses confidence that his efforts to forge an enduring peace deal between the Israelis and Palestinians will succeed. At...

Myanmar: Aung San Suu Kyi exclusive interview – BBC News

'No ethnic cleaning in Myanmar' Aung San Suu Kyi, the chief of Myanmar, previously generally known as Burma, has given a large ranging interview...

Trump, Republicans resume bid to replace Obamacare

The Trump White House and congressional Republicans have resumed efforts aimed toward agreeing on a alternative for President Barack Obama's signature well being care...

Trump: ‘Attitude Toward Assad & Syria Has Changed’

Just days after declaring that the removing of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad was not a "precedence," the White House hinted that it may take...

Dr. Gorka: Susan Rice controversy more than ‘just smoke’

Deputy assistant to President Trump weighs in on 'Hannity' source