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17 dead, 17 missing after flooding and mudslides force thousands to flee in California

At least 17 people are dead, 17 are missing and more than two dozen are injured in California from weather-related incidents, Santa Barbara County officials said Wednesday. The southern part of the state has been drenched with severe rain just weeks after several fires tore through the area. Flash flooding, debris flow and mudslides are punishing the communities hit hard by the Thomas and La Tuna fires, prompting “dozens and ... Read More »

Farage meets Barnier, warns of ‘no deal’ on Brexit

British member of the European Parliament Nigel Farage said on Monday Britain should opt for a hard Brexit if the European Union does not offer an agreement on financial services. Farage, a former leader of the United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP) who campaigned for Britain to leave the EU, said that without a deal on financial services, Britain might just as well base its future relations with the EU on ... Read More »

Trump Tells 200,000 Salvadorans To Leave Or Get Deported

The Trump administration will tell about 200,000 Salvadorans who have been living in the U.S. for 17 years or more that they need to get out by September 2019 or face deportation. The Department of Homeland Security’s announcement on Monday that the administration will end temporary protected status, or TPS, for natives of El Salvador, comes after it did the same for about 50,000 Haitians and 2,500 Nicaraguans, and hinted ... Read More »

Election 2020: Oprah Winfrey Vs Donald Trump, former White House press secretary Sean Spicer Speaks

Sean Spicer either has a short memory or a very long nose, based on comments he made Monday morning regarding Oprah Winfrey. The former White House press secretary appeared on the British TV show “Good Morning Britain” to discuss, among other things, Winfrey’s potential presidential run, which many were discussing after the media mogul received the Cecil B. DeMille Award at Sunday’s Golden Globes. Spicer suggested Winfrey might have problems ... Read More »

North Korea Leader Inspects Possible Atomic Bomb in Previously Unseen Photo

A photograph of what appeared to be former North Korean leader Kim Jong Il inspecting one of the country’s first atomic bombs was revealed in footage of a Pyongyang arms conference earlier this week. The image of Kim Jong Il looking at a globe-like object, never before seen by the Western world, shows up for a few seconds in a video of the conference that his son and current leader, ... Read More »

Sandy Hook Shooting: Former press secretary shares Heartbreaking memory of how Obama broke down

On the fifth anniversary of the deadly massacre that took place at Sandy Hook Elementary School, former President Barack Obama’s press secretary took to social media to remember the aftermath of the attack. Jay Carney tweeted on Thursday about the panic that ensued at the White House on Dec. 14, 2012, after news broke about the attack, in which a shooter gunned down 20 children and six adults at the ... Read More »

Hell on Earth: Fierce winds fuel #wildfire as California firefighters battle on

California firefighting crews may face on Thursday another round of fierce gusts that have fed a volatile wildfire, one of the largest in the state’s history, as they protect homes from flames and build control lines. The so-called Thomas Fire, already the state’s fifth-largest blaze of its kind on record, threatened the communities of Santa Barbara, Carpinteria, Summerland and Montecito early on Thursday after destroying more than 700 homes since ... Read More »

Protests Erupt As Trump Recognizes Jerusalem As Israeli Capital

Palestinians took to the streets on Wednesday to protest U.S. President Donald Trump’s highly controversial decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital and relocate the U.S. Embassy from Tel Aviv to the contested city. People in Gaza City and the city of Rafah chanted “Death to America,” “death to Israel” and “down with Trump.” They burned American and Israeli flags as well as photos of Trump, who alerted world leaders ... Read More »

North Korea says war is inevitable and the US refuses to back down

North Korean state media said on Thursday that tensions between Washington and Pyongyang had increased so much that war had now become inevitable and that the only question was when. The US and South Korean militaries are currently participating in an air-power exercise on the Korean Peninsula involving a record number of stealth jets and an increased pace of simulated bomb runs. But amid North Korea’s and the US’s escalating ... Read More »

#lafire: Hundreds of thousands of Californians flee as #Wildfire spreads

Hundreds of thousands of Californians have fled their homes since wildfires broke out Monday and fanned across the region toward Los Angeles. Multiple aggressive blazes have popped up around Los Angeles. The closest is the 475-acre wildfire called the Skirball fire, about 17 miles outside the city. The wildfire broke out Wednesday morning and quickly torched several multimillion-dollar mansions in Bel-Air and forced Interstate 405 to shut down as Californians ... Read More »

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