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Here’s how Facebook will access trustworthy news on its feed

CALIFORNIA, U.S. - In a bid to crack down on a problem that has gripped the world’s biggest social network for over a year now, Facebook has now announced that it has devised a way to deal

Thousands mark anniversary of Women’s March across America

WASHINGTON, U.S. - A year after millions of women demonstrated in Washington, DC and in cities around the U.S. and the world, a day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president - women again took

Media, analysts outraged, amused by Trump’s Fake News awards

WASHINGTON, U.S. - After several delays, U.S. President Donald Trump finally released his Fake News Awards, tweeting out a list of winners.  A total of 11 Fake News Awards were handed out

Trump denies crude comments, Africa vows diplomatic protest

Despite repeated denials from both himself and his administration, the U.S. President Donald Trump repeated his claim that he is not a racist.  The American President was involved in his

MLK Day: Protesters criticize Trump as he breaks tradition

FLORIDA, U.S. - U.S. President Donald Trump marked Martin Luther King Jr. Day breaking with Presidential tradition, visiting his golf course and spending time at his Mar-a-Lago property in

Trump's shithole scandal: World leaders call Trump a racist

While the U.S. President Donald Trump has outrightly denied making derogatory comments about certain countries and immigrants from those countries coming to the U.S. - the countries reportedly

Trump likely to impose new set of sanctions targeting Iran

WASHINGTON, U.S. - U.S. President Donald Trump is widely expected to continue to suspend key sanctions on Iran, eventually avoiding jeopardizing the 2015 nuclear agreement. According to U.S.

Trump open to talks with Kim Jong Un on nuclear weapons

WASHINGTON, U.S. - After shunning him as the little rocket man, now the U.S. President Donald Trump has expressed interest in holding talks with the North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

Stars shine bright as white takes over at #CriticsChoice awards

Golden Globes kicked off the 2018 award season in style and it is quickly being followed by another big star-studded event honouring the best in movies and television  - Critics` Choice

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos is now the richest person in history

CALIFORNIA, U.S. - On Monday, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos’ net worth reached $105.1 billion, making him the richest person in history. According to Bloomberg’s billionaire tracker,

Trump’s plan to reduce trade deficit: Sell American weapons

U.S. - In a bid to create more jobs and bring down the U.S. trade deficit from a six-year high of $50 billion, the U.S. President Donald Trump is set to announce a new plan.  The new

Sydney burns: Hottest temperature in nearly 80 years

SYDNEY, Australia - On Sunday, Australian meteorologists announced that Sydney had endured its hottest temperature in nearly 80 years. In the Sydney metropolitan area, the mercury reportedly

My nuclear button’s bigger: Trump responds to Kim Jong Un

U.S. - Days after the North Korean leader, Kim Jong Un threatened the U.S. and warned that his nuclear launch button was “always on my table,” U.S. President Donald Trump responded to

Trump boasts of bigger nuclear button than North Koreas

Washington - US President Donald Trump boasted on Tuesday that he has a bigger and more powerful "nuclear button" than North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. The president's Tuesday

What to watch out for as Trumps tumultuous first year ends

U.S. - On Sunday, as U.S. President Donald Trump ended his first year in power, several experts were predicting how different his second year in power would be.  Trump rang in the new

Trump urges DoJ to act on Comey, imprison Huma Abedin

On Tuesday, U.S. President Donald Trump appeared to suggest that Huma Abedin, a former top aide to Hillary Clinton, should face jail time. Trump’s comments came days after the State

War or peace? North Korea gives U.S. two options in 2018

PYONGYANG, North Korea - Beginning the New Year with the warning that it wouldn’t give up its nuclear program, the North Korean leader boasted about a nuclear launch button being

Will 2018 be the year of Robert Mueller or Donald Trump?

WASHINGTON, U.S. - Despite the ups and downs that his administration has faced over the last year, the biggest trouble that has gripped the Donald Trump administration is the fear of the ever

Who is the most admired American man in the world? Not Trump

WASHINGTON, U.S. - If a latest Gallup poll is to be believed, U.S. President Donald Trump is not the most admired American man this year.  He was beaten by his predecessor, Barack Obama,

To fix shortage, Australia to grant visas to foreign pilots

CANBERRA, Australia - In a bid to deal with a growing national shortage of pilots that has led to planes being grounded and flights cancelled, Australia has decided to give visas to foreign

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