'Close to Treason? DHS Sec. Kelly Calls Out Intel Leaks
Homeland Security Sec. John Kelly tells Chuck Todd on Meet the Press that it?s ?totally unacceptable? for intelligence to be leaked, after details of the U.K.'s investigation into the Manchester bombing were published by American news outlets.
Civilian deaths a 'fact of life' in war on IS, Pentagon head says
Civilian casualties are inevitable in the war against the Islamic State group but the United states is doing "everything humanly possible" to avoid them, US Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said in an interview aired Sunday. A US-led international coalition has been carrying out air strikes against the IS group in Iraq and Syria since 2014, and nongovernmental organizations say the attacks are claiming ever more civilian lives. Some NGOs have blamed the rising civilian death toll on a push by President Donald Trump's administration to accelerate the pace of combat in an effort to "annihilate" the jihadists.
2 Men Charged After Allegedly Forcing An Alligator to Drink Beer And Then Posting Snapchat Videos of It
Young Boy Thrown Off Slide At Dublin's New Water Park
Trump tells 'confidants' U.S. will leave Paris climate deal: Axios
U.S. President Donald Trump has told "confidants," including the head of the Environmental Protection Agency Scott Pruitt, that he plans to leave a landmark international agreement on climate change, Axios news outlet reported on Saturday, citing three sources with direct knowledge. On Saturday, Trump said in a Twitter post he would make a decision on whether to support the Paris climate deal next week. The White House did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
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Australia's most notorious drug smuggler returns from Bali
Sri Lanka steps up monsoon relief as toll hits 122
Sri Lanka stepped up its military-led relief operations Saturday as nearly half a million people were displaced after a monsoon deluge killed at least 122 people and threatened more flooding. Rainfall on Friday triggered the worst flooding and landslides in 14 years in the southern and western parts of the island and although the rain eased on Saturday, low-lying areas remained under water, the authorities said. The official Disaster Management Centre (DMC) said a total of 122 people were confirmed dead while 97 remained missing.
NBC News Exclusive: a Look at Taiwan?s Military Drills As China Looms
Jared Kushner?s Growing Stench of Treason