UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) – North Korea warned the United States, Britain, France and Germany on Monday that raising the issue of Pyongyang’s missile tests at the United Nations Security Council would “further urge our desire to defend our sovereignty.”
North Korean ambassador to the United Nations Kim Song speaks during a news conference in New York, U.S., October 7, 2019. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
The 15-member council is due to meet behind closed doors on Tuesday after North Korea said it had test-fired a new submarine-launched ballistic missile last week. The discussion was…
She said MBIE played a big part in the Government’s agenda in tackling climate change – such as working to help end future offshore oil and gas exploration in April last year – so blocking their work didn’t achieve anything.
Barbie, er, I mean Ivanka Trump (sorry, all that plastic gets me confused sometimes) appeared on the Fox Business Network where Trish Regan asked her the softball question of what her thoughts were about her daddy abut to be impeached.
Ivanka’s well-scripted and well-rehearsed reply was to the effect that it was all about priorities, and how her Daddy’s priorities were about fighting for the American workers and to improve the life of every person living in this country.
Now, I could go on and write forever about the stagnant job growth, the shrinking of wages, all the layoffs…
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Oct 7 (Reuters) – Kroger Co said on Monday it would stop selling e-cigarettes at its stores and fuel centers, making it the latest U.S. supermarket chain to take the step amid growing regulatory scrutiny of the product.
The company said it would discontinue sales after selling through its current inventory and cited “mounting questions and increasingly-complex regulatory environment associated with these products” for its decision.
Kroger’s move comes a month after Walmart Inc said it would stop selling e-cigarettes and electronic nicotine delivery…
“The View” celebrated co-host Joy Behar’s birthday with a bastardized anti-Trump rendition of “Joy to The World” in another classic example of Trump Derangement Syndrome infecting network television.
To wrap up Monday’s show, comedian Mario Cantone appeared on stage with a piano to…
By 2013, when profits peaked, Murnikov says Danske’s Estonian bankers were told to process close to half a…
Former Vice President Joe Biden is still getting the lion’s share of media coverage relative to other candidates, according to data from the TV News Archive, which splits cable news coverage across the three networks we monitor — CNN, Fox News and MSNBC — into 15-second clips, and Media Cloud, a database of online news stories. Biden’s share of cable news clips and online news stories decreased from last week, but he was still mentioned more on cable news than every other candidate combined.
Much of the recent coverage of Biden emerged in response to news of President…
When Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-Mich.) was invited to tour the Detroit Police Department’s Real Time Crime Center, the purpose was to explain how officers use facial recognition when policing the streets of a city that is more than 80 percent black.
But the meeting quickly deteriorated when Tlaib told Chief James Craig that “analysts need to be African Americans, not people that are not,” because…
In a phone conversation with newly-appointed managing director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), governor of Iran’s central bank called for a fair share in the decision-making process of the body.
In a phone call on Tuesday,…