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F-TRUMP: Couple at odds with Fort Bend County sheriff over anti-Trump sticker

A viral photo spreading across social media prompted Fort Bend County Sheriff Troy Nehls to hold a press conference Wednesday afternoon. The controversial sign in question reads, “F (expletive) Trump and f (expletive) you for voting for him.” “I have received numerous calls regarding the offensive display on this truck as it is often seen along FM 359,” Nehls wrote on Facebook. “If you know who owns this truck or ... Read More »

Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe ‘confined to his home’ as military seizes control

Zimbabwe’s military apparently seized control of the southern African nation overnight, deploying tanks to the capital, taking control of the state-run broadcaster and confining longtime leader Robert Mugabe to his residence. An established Zimbabwean journalist, who spoke to ABC News on condition of anonymity, said there is an increased military presence in Harare, with tanks stationed on the outskirts of the city center. The streets were quiet early Wednesday, but ... Read More »

Gunman goes on shooting spree in Northern California

A gunman carrying a semi-automatic weapon and two handguns opened fire at multiple locations across a small Northern California community on Tuesday, killing four people before he was slain by police. At least 10 other people were wounded, including two children at an elementary school near the small town of Corning, about 100 miles (160 km) north of Sacramento, where the suspect was slain, according to police and local media. ... Read More »

Former Bodyguard Says Russian Offered To Send Women To Trump’s Moscow Hotel Room: Report

The existence of the famed Russian “pee tape” may remain shrouded in mystery, but a former bodyguard for President Donald Trump reportedly has confirmed Trump was given the opportunity to host five women in his Moscow hotel room in 2013. Former director of Oval Office relations Keith Schiller relayed the account in an interview with Congress this week, three sources present for the questioning told NBC News. Before the 2013 ... Read More »

President Donald Trump is not welcome to speak before Parliament – UK House Speaker

A top-ranking British lawmaker said President Donald Trump is not welcome to speak before Parliament. On Thursday, Speaker of the House of Commons John Bercow doubled down on his view that Trump should not be allowed to address lawmakers in the historic Westminster Hall during an official visit to the United Kingdom. Trump has still not earned the right and does not deserve the honor, Bercow reportedly said at a ... Read More »

Over 20 People Dead After Gunman Opens Fire In South Texas Church

Federal authorities are responding to a shooting at the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas, a small community southeast of San Antonio. In a press conference Sunday night, an official from the Texas Department of Public Safety described the scene: Around 11:20 am, the suspect, dressed in black, approached the church and began firing an assault rifle. He then entered the church and continued firing. Gov. Greg Abbott confirmed ... Read More »

‘Stick To The Script’ In Asia, And Don’t Provoke North Korea, Experts Urge Trump

As President Donald Trump makes his journey to Asia for a 12-day, five-country trip, international security experts are urging him to “stick to the script” and avoid making incendiary comments while discussing North Korea. The “America first” leader has engaged in an escalating war of words with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un in recent months. In September, Trump threatened to “totally destroy” the rogue nation, which is home to ... Read More »

Donald Trump’s administration set to DEPORT 300,000 refugees from US

The US State Department said that Central Americans and Haitians granted temporary status, some who have lived in the country for 20 years, could now be sent to their home countries. They had originally been given Temporary Protected Status because their nations had been deemed unstable due to armed conflict and natural disasters. But the Washington Post reported that Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has ruled those conditions no longer ... Read More »

Typhoon Damrey: At Least 19 Dead As Storm Sweeps Into Vietnam

Typhoon Damrey killed at least 19 people in central and southern Vietnam on Saturday, the government said, after the storm swept into the country just days ahead of the APEC summit of Asia-Pacific leaders. Damrey reached land at 4 a.m. local time (2100 GMT on Friday) with winds gusting at up to 90 kmph (56 mph) that tore off more than 1,000 roofs, knocked down hundreds of electricity poles and ... Read More »

Trump’s Mar-a-Lago Obtains Visas For 70 Foreign Workers

President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort has been granted 70 visas to bring in foreign workers for the winter season, The Palm Beach Post reports. That’s a 9 percent increase from last year, when Mar-a-Lago hired 64 workers under the H-2B visa program. The new visas will go to 20 foreign cooks, 35 waiters and 15 maids and housekeepers for the 2017-18 tourist season, according to the U.S. Department of Labor. ... Read More »

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