Steven Mnuchin Reportedly Under Investigation For Costly Travel
Tens Of Thousands In Puerto Rico Told To Evacuate Immediately As Dam Cracks
About 70,000 people in Puerto Rico?s northwestern municipalities of Isabela and Quebradillas were being urged to evacuate immediately Friday after the Guajataca Dam there was found to be in ?imminent? danger of failing.
'Free Speech Week' At Berkeley Is A Mess
A spokesman for disgraced right-wing troll Milo Yiannopoulos says the ?Free Speech Week? rally he organized this week at University of California, Berkeley, is going ahead as scheduled, even though multiple sources involved in the planning say otherwise.
Companies Look to Bridge U.S. ?Middle Skills? Gap
Marriott refuses to cancel conference booking by anti-Muslim hate group
The Marriot hotel group are refusing to cancel an event organised by one of the largest anti-Muslim groups in America. ACT for America was launched as a response to the 9/11 attacks and it has been accused of existing ?to advance anti-Muslim legislation and spread hate speech,? according to the Southern Poverty Law Center. The group, which claims to have 750,000 members and 1,000 volunteer groups, is holding its national two-day conference on 2 October in Arlington, Virginia, at the Marriott Crystal Gateway hotel.
North Korea stages anti-US rally in battle with Trump
Jeff Sessions' New Chief Of Staff: Mueller's Russia Probe Could Be A 'Witch Hunt'
WASHINGTON ? Attorney General Jeff Sessions has appointed as his chief of staff a former federal prosecutor who has written that the special counsel investigation into the Trump administration could be turning into a ?witch hunt.?
Pakistan: Death toll from India attack in Kashmir rises to 6
At least six Pakistani villagers were killed and 26 were wounded in an overnight attack by India in the disputed Himalayan region of Kashmir, Pakistan's military said Friday, adding that hundreds of villagers were forced to move to safer places.
Kurds stick with independence vote, 'never going back to Baghdad': Barzani
By Maher Chmaytelli ERBIL, Iraq (Reuters) - Iraq's Kurds will go ahead with a referendum on independence on Monday because partnership with Baghdad has failed, Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) President Massoud Barzani said on Sunday. Iraq's Kurds will seek talks with the Shi'ite-led central government to implement the expected 'yes' outcome of the referendum, even if they take two years or more, to settle land and oil sharing disputes ahead of independence, he told a news conference in at his headquarters near the KRG seat, Erbil. "We will never go back to the failed partnership" with Baghdad, he said, adding Iraq had become a "theocratic, sectarian state" and not the democratic one that was supposed to be built after the 2003 overthrow of Saddam Hussein.
Steven Mnuchin Says NFL Players Can 'Do Free Speech On Their Own Time'
Treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin on Sunday echoed President Donald Trump?s criticism of professional athletes who protest racism, saying that the players kneeling or making other gestures during the national anthem can ?do free speech on their own time.?