- Kevin Spacey Brings Stephen Colbert (And The Closet Jokes) To The Tonys
- Defeating Terrorism Requires Recognition Of Western Complicity And Responsibility
- Donald Trump’s State Visit To The UK Now In Doubt
- A Promise To Her Newborn Daughter: No More Female Genital Mutilation
- The Hunt: A Private Roof Deck on the Upper West Side
Monthly Archives: July 2017
Everyone would like to get the best services for a Family animal. We find out that the Happy Paw Vet is an organization of this status. Their facebook is page Facebook. We are planning to be taking our dogs in … Continue reading
Two men are charged with the manslaughter of Megan Bannister who was found dead in the back of a car.
This head of state has one impressive side hustle. The king of the Netherlands has been co-piloting commercial flights for 21 years with Dutch airline KLM, he revealed in a newspaper interview this week. Frequently, passengers remain oblivious as the monarch … Continue reading
I have been trying to get back to reading and just recently I finished a book. It made me realise how much I loved reading altogether and how much expression it brought to a human mind. The name of the … Continue reading
Thanks to a new handcrafts initiative in Istanbul, Syrian refugee women find confidence and artistic expression making earrings, as well as providing extra income for their households. ISTANBUL ? Emerging from a crowd of around a dozen women, Farida, a … Continue reading
Evha Jannath was killed after falling from a water ride at Drayton Manor Theme Park.
Security at the site is under review after the group filmed their antics.
Sudan’s President Omar al-Bashir, who is accused of genocide, may attend a summit with Donald Trump.
WASHINGTON ? Reports Tuesday that fired FBI Director James Comey?s notes say President Donald Trump pressured him to drop the investigation into former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn sparked another wave of shock and outrage on Capitol Hill ? and … Continue reading
Data protection watchdogs in France and the Netherlands ruled that the social network had collected too much information on users in those countries.