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Sean Spicer resigns as White House press secretary

Sean Spicer resigns as White House press secretaryWH press secretary Sean Spicer resigned on Friday amid changes to President Trump?s communications shop. Anthony Scaramucci was named communications director.



Ex-CIA Director Hayden: Russia election meddling was ?most successful covert operation in history?

Ex-CIA Director Hayden: Russia election meddling was ?most successful covert operation in history?Michael Hayden, former head of the NSA and CIA, called Russia?s interference in the 2016 election the ?most successful covert influence operation in history.?



Trump administration bans US travel to North Korea following the death of Otto Warmbier

Trump administration bans US travel to North Korea following the death of Otto WarmbierAmericans hankering for a drink at the Pyongyang beer festival or to run the city marathon in October are set to be sorely disappointed by a proposed US government ban on tourism to North Korea. The ban, which is expected to come into force next Thursday, follows the death of US student Otto Warmbier, 22, who was arrested during a 2015 holiday in the pariah state, and who passed away in June after returning from his North Korean prison in a coma.   News of the new restrictions was first confirmed on Friday by Young Pioneer Tours, the China-based company who arranged Warmbier?s tour. Trump denounces North Korea 'brutality' as Otta Warmbier dies 00:38 ?It is expected that the ban will come into force within 30 days of July 27th. After the 30 day grace period any US national that travels to North Korea will have their passport invalidated by their government,? announced YPT in a short statement. The Koryo Group, another major travel company operating in North Korea followed suit. It said that the move was expected but still ?something of a shock?, apologising to customers who had planned a trip already. US officials later confirmed that Secretary of State Rex Tillerson had decided to impose ?geographic travel restriction? for North Korea, a rare ruling which has previously prevented US citizens from travelling to Lebanon, Sudan, Cuba and North Vietnam. American student Otto Warmbier speaks in Pyongyang, North Korea in 2016 Credit:  Kim Kwang Hyon/AP Photo Koryo?s Beijing-based general manager, Simon Cockerell, criticised the policy for turning back the clock on engagement. ?It is unfortunate because we criticise North Korea for being isolationist and now we?re helping isolate them,? he said. ?That?s not what soft power is about.? But while the restrictions will impact the business of tour groups, only 800-1000 Americans are likely to be affected. US Ambassador: We are prepared to use "considerable military forces" on North Korea 00:37 Michael Hurt, a Seoul-based American professor said that the announcement would kibosh his pre-approved academic trip to the autumn Pyongyang Fashion Festival, where he had hoped to connect with North Koreans on cultural issues. ?I?m obviously very disappointed that real work, actual engagement done by people interested in going in a way not related to irresponsible, frat boy antics can?t happen now,? he said. ?Because of the exceptionally stupid few, those doing real, decent work can?t get their work done.? However, the move is unlikely to meet much resistance in general from the American public. Following Warmbier?s death, YPT faced accusations of drunken antics and being too cavalier about the risks of travelling to the ruthless regime, which currently holds three other Americans in custody.   The company denied the accusations and defended its record as ?one of the best in the industry.? Professor Robert Kelly, from South Korea's Pusan University, said the ban was no surprise. "The number of abductions and hostage-takings seems to have gone up since Kim Jong-un took over," he said. "For the last several years I have counselled my western friends not to go. It's just too dangerous now."



Dali exhumed to test if fortune teller is his daughter

Dali exhumed to test if fortune teller is his daughterForensics experts exhumed Salvador Dali's remains from a tomb in his Spanish hometown on Thursday, nearly three decades after his death, in order to test a fortune teller's claims that she is the only daughter of the surrealist. Working behind closed doors, they removed a slab weighing more than a tonne which covers the tomb of the artist at the Dali Theatre-Museum in Figueras in northeastern Spain where he was born. "The biological specimens have been taken from Salvador Dali?s remains," Catalonia?s High Court of Justice said in a statement around 11:50 pm (2150 GMT).



Ohio treasurer and Senate candidate takes on Anti-Defamation League over far-right ?witch hunt?

Ohio treasurer and Senate candidate takes on Anti-Defamation League over far-right ?witch hunt?Ohio Treasurer Josh Mandel, a candidate in next year?s Republican Senate primary, sided Thursday with two prominent right-wing nationalist commentators over the Anti-Defamation League, which put them on a watch list of what it called ?alt-lite? figures.



China aims to become world leader in AI, challenges U.S. dominance

China aims to become world leader in AI, challenges U.S. dominanceBy Cate Cadell and Adam Jourdan BEIJING/SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China has outlined plans to become a world-leader in artificial intelligence by 2025, laying down a challenge to U.S. dominance in the sector amid heightened international tensions over military applications of the technology. China released a national AI development plan late on Thursday, aiming to grow the country's core AI industries to over 150 billion yuan ($22.15 billion) by 2020 and 400 billion yuan ($59.07 billion) by 2025, the State Council said. With this major push into AI, China is looking to rival U.S. market leaders such as Alphabet Inc's Google and Microsoft Corp, as it is keen not to be left behind in a technology that is increasingly key from smart cars to energy.



What Married Couples Need to Know About Social Security

What Married Couples Need to Know About Social SecurityMarried couples have several Social Security claiming options that aren't available to single people. If you have worked and paid taxes into Social Security for at least 10 years and earned at least 40 credits, you will probably be eligible to receive benefits. You qualify for credits when you earn income and pay Social Security taxes.



Tourists at all-inclusive Mexico resort reportedly drugged, woman dies

Tourists at all-inclusive Mexico resort reportedly drugged, woman diesA family vacation to Mexico ended in tragedy recently after a young woman died at an all-inclusive resort after reportedly being drugged.



Trump Issues Statement On Sean Spicer Resignation

Trump Issues Statement On Sean Spicer ResignationDeputy White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders reads a statement from President Trump change from Sean Spicer to Anthony Scaramucci.



Republicans close to blocking Trump from easing Russia sanctions

Republicans close to blocking Trump from easing Russia sanctionsIn a rare show of defiance, Republicans in Congress are coming close to preventing Donald Trump from being able to roll back sanctions against Russia. The White House has sought to change a bill that would toughen sanctions on Moscow for meddling in the 2016 US election. Despite telling reporters that the White House supports new sanctions on Russia, Marc Short, its legislative director, declared that the bill would set ?an unusual precedent of delegating foreign policy to 535 members of Congress.