Nikki Haley Slams Iran?s Role In Yemen War, Neglects To Mention U.S. Part In Humanitarian Crisis
The U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley, stood before missile remnants that she claimed were covered in Iranian ?fingerprints? on Thursday while laying out what she called ?irrefutable evidence? that Tehran has violated its international obligations by militarily supporting rebels in Yemen.
Trump's Statement On Redundancy Is Hilariously Redundant
"President Trump's Lies: The Definitive List"
The New York Times used a narrow definition of "lie" that discarded many of Trump's falsehoods and still found 103 in 10 months. Under the same rules, Obama had just 18. NYT's David Leonhardt explains why Trump has trouble with the truth.
Friday's Morning Email: What The Net Neutrality Repeal Means For You
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Man acquitted in pier shooting seeks new trial on gun charge
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) ? The Mexican man acquitted of murder in the shooting death of a San Francisco woman that sparked a national immigration debate on Thursday sought a new trial for his conviction on illegal gun possession.
Cards Flood In for Boy, 5, Who Remains in Hospital Following Texas Church Massacre
Right-Wing Conspiracy Theory About Alabama Election Gets A Brutal Reality Check
Hours after Doug Jones upset Roy Moore in Alabama?s special election, the far right began cooking up conspiracy theories about busloads of voters being brought in from out-of-state: I am hearing rumors that black voters from MS were encouraged to cross over into AL and vote.
Forget Stealth Fighters: This Is the Plane China Needs to Take on America
China is looking to increase its air tanker fleet after its fighter jets, bombers and surveillance aircraft conducted an ?island encirclement patrol? of Taiwan earlier this week. As the People?s Liberation Army Air Force (PLAAF) extends exercises in the Western Pacific, refueling will become a problem for its strike aircraft.
US jets intercept Russian warplanes in Syria: Pentagon
A pair of US warplanes intercepted two Russia jets over a part of Syria they were not supposed to be operating in, the Pentagon said Thursday. At one point during Wednesday's incident, the American F-22 Raptor stealth fighters deployed chaff and flares to convince the Russian Su-25s to leave the area, and one US pilot had to "aggressively maneuver" to avoid a midair collision, Pentagon spokesman Eric Pahon said. The Russian fighters had flown into airspace controlled by the US-led coalition that is fighting the Islamic State group in Syria, crossing onto the east side of the Euphrates River near Albu Kamal.