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North Korean nuclear attack on Seoul, Tokyo could kill 2M

A North Korean nuclear attack on Seoul and Tokyo could claim more than 2 million lives, a U.S. website monitoring Pyongyang said Thursday. The website, 38 North, released the report at a time of heightened tensions on the Korean Peninsula, following North Korea’s nuclear and missile tests and the U.S. threat of using its military force. U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un have also traded ... Read More »

U.S Attorney General Jeff Sessions weakens protections for LGBT people with new directive

In an order that undercuts federal protections for LGBT people, Attorney General Jeff Sessions issued a sweeping directive to agencies Friday to do as much as possible to accommodate those who claim their religious freedoms are being violated. The guidance, an attempt to deliver on President Trump’s pledge to his evangelical supporters that he would protect religious liberties, effectively lifts a burden from religious objectors to prove that their beliefs ... Read More »

Turkey opens military base in Mogadishu to train Somali soldiers

Turkey opened its biggest overseas military base on Saturday in Somalia’s capital, cementing its ties with the volatile but strategic Muslim nation and building a presence in East Africa. More than 10,000 Somali soldiers will be trained by Turkish officers at the base, a senior Turkish official said ahead of a ceremony in Mogadishu attended by Turkish military chief of staff Hulusi Akar. The opening of the $50 million base ... Read More »

#HurricaneHarvey: Death Toll From Storm Reaches 13 as Waters Still Rising

With rivers still rising, emergency workers continued to rescue soaked and frightened people in southeast Texas who have lost nearly all they own, and officials counseled patience on Tuesday, warning that conditions will not improve soon. The slow-moving, record-shattering tropical storm Harvey pummeled the Houston region for a sixth straight day and began to batter southwest Louisiana. With hundreds of thousands of people under evacuation orders, shelters filled to bursting ... Read More »

U.S Top Navy admiral orders fleetwide investigation following latest collision at sea

The Navy’s top admiral on Monday ordered a fleetwide review of seamanship and training in the Pacific after the service’s fourth major accident at sea this year, a collision of the USS John S. McCain off Singapore that left 10 sailors missing. The accident, which occurred Monday east of the Strait of Malacca about 5:24 a.m. local time, involving an oil tanker three times the size of the guided-missile destroyer, ... Read More »

Jerry Lewis’ cause of death revealed by Nevada coroner

Legendary comedian Jerry Lewis’ death Sunday was caused by a heart condition, the Clark County Nevada Coroner determined. His cause of death is officially listed as ischemic cardiomyopathy, which occurs when the heart becomes unable to pump sufficient blood through the rest of the body due to a coronary artery disease. An autopsy will not be conducted for Lewis, 91, who had a history of heart issues during his life. ... Read More »

The great American solar eclipse

The first glimpses of the first total solar eclipse to cross the United States from coast to coast in 99 years began in Oregon, with totality just after 1 p.m. ET. What started as a tiny crescent of the moon’s shadow turned into a perfectly beautiful eclipse in city after city. It ended in South Carolina about 3 p.m. ET. A partial solar eclipse was visible until just after 4 ... Read More »

Charlottesville: Republicans remain divided over Trumps action

In the aftermath of the white-supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Republican lawmakers and leaders face the most unpalatable set of choices yet in their relationship with President Trump. They are caught between disgust over his failure to unequivocally condemn neo-Nazism, a desire to advance a conservative agenda and fears of rupturing the Trump-GOP coalition ahead of the 2018 elections. Recent condemnations of the president by Republican lawmakers have been harsher, more ... Read More »

Man who predicted Trump victory makes next surprising prediction

Yes, he says a lot of stupid things… but all of these people say incredibly stupid things. I’m putting my money on Trump for winning the election. Not my ideal choice, but by far the best choice that we have.” -Doug Casey, April 21, 2016 One year ago, Doug Casey, a libertarian philosopher and multi-millionaire speculator, predicted Donald Trump’s victory. In fact, he was so confident of the outcome, he ... Read More »

What Went Wrong in Ooni’s the Royal Palace?

News of the 17-month old marriage crash between Ooni of Ife, Oba Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi and Olori Wuraola still remains a very hot topic in the land. With this, we dug into our archives and found this March 2016 interview of the couple when they newly got married. In the interview with Ovation, the Olori say, ‘Its a divine day, It was destined to be and I am very excited ... Read More »

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