Syrian Government Formally Requests UN Investigation Into Chemical Attack By
The moves comes as both Israel and the United States are claiming Syria still possess chemical weapons.
Trump’s Record Inaugural Earnings Were Powered By Billionaires And Corporations By
Donald Trump raised $107 million for his inaugural festivities, documents filed with the Federal Election Commission show, and nearly doubled the record set by President Barack Obama eight years ago.
Pence Makes Sabbre-Rattling Appearance At North Korea Border By
"President Trump has made it clear that the patience of the United States and our allies in this region has run out and we want to see change."
Previously Public Information, Trump Makes White House Visitor Logs Secret By
"The only reason to keep secret the White House visitor logs is to hide from the American public the corporate influence-peddlers who are seeking favors and gifts from the White House."
New Leak Shows NSA Hacked Overseas Banking Networks By
The newly leaked set of documents were published by a group calling itself TheShadowBrokers.
Dallas Mega March Rally Pushes For Unity, Immigration Reform By
Demonstrators marched in downtown Dallas on Sunday and held a rally in support of immigrants' rights.
Sweden: Truck crash into Stockholm store is terror attack By
  STOCKHOLM — A large beer truck crashed into an upscale department store in central Stockholm on Friday, killing at least two people, according to Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven, who called the crash a terror attack. One person was arrested. People in the downtown
Germany To Fine Facebook Up To $50 Million Euros For “Fakes News” Posts By
German Justice Minister Heiko Maas said that the companies offering such online platforms are responsible for removing hateful content. He said the new bill would not restrict the freedom of expression, but intervene only when criminal hatred or intentionally false news
Homeland Security Chief Gives Mixed Messages Over Use Of Splitting Families As Deterrent To Illegal Immigration By
John Kelly's comment to a Senate committee reverse earlier statements that his agency was considering separation as a deterrent to would-be border crossers, mostly from Central America.
Bahrain Approves Military Trials For Civilians By
Under the new amendment, the courts have the power to try any civilian accused of threatening the security of the state.