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'He is something,' The President said after a 30-minute meeting with the pontiff just before heading to Brussels

After a highly anticipated meeting, Pope Francis appears to have left his mark on President Donald Trump.


Cillizza: Trump's foreign trip is going smoothly. It won't last

President Donald Trump is in the middle of his 9-day foreign trip, a stretch defined thus far by its smoothness and general lack of controversy.


See the gift Trump gave to the Pope

President Donald Trump exchanges gifts with Pope Francis upon arriving at the Vatican as part of his tour of world religions.


Melania's veil adheres to Vatican protocol

Melania Trump has dutifully considered every outfit she has worn during her first trip abroad as first lady -- her visit with Pope Francis on Wednesday was no exception.


Opinion: On tour abroad, Trump does what Obama should have

Today, I admire Donald Trump. His remarks made in the aftermath of the terror attack in Manchester captured the mood in Britain perfectly. Terrorists are not soldiers, not even murderers -- they are "losers." And this tragic event validates Trump's initiative of uniting the world against terrorism. Suddenly, he feels like a serious international leader.


Paul Ryan: Comey is not a nut job

House Speaker Paul Ryan said Wednesday he doesn't agree with President Donald Trump that former FBI Director James Comey is a "nut job."


Trump team resets FBI chief search

The team tasked by the White House with finding a new director for the FBI is resetting its search, a senior administration official told CNN.


Mulvaney speaks on budget


White House gears up for Russia fight


Trump should be afraid, Comey pal says

A friend of James Comey said Tuesday that if he were President Donald Trump he would be scared of the former FBI director's pending testimony.


Nixon lawyer: Trump's behavior is pattern

John Dean, who served as White House Counsel for President Richard Nixon, said that Trump's behavior clearly shows he doesn't want any investigations involving Russia or Michael Flynn to continue.


Some GOPers weigh funding ACA

As Republicans try to find agreement within their ranks to repeal and replace Obamacare once and for all, there is one Obamacare-era issue that needs Congress' attention sooner rather than later.


UK terror alert at highest level as police make series of arrests

Armed soldiers will be deployed to key sites around the United Kingdom as the country moved to its highest alert level for the first time in a decade following Monday's attack at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester.


THE ATTACKER: Who is Salman Abedi?

Police have named 22-year-old Salman Abedi as the man suspected of carrying out the deadliest terror attack to hit the UK in 12 years.


MISSING: Mom's worst fears confirmed

Hours after the Manchester Arena bombing, Olivia Campbell, 15, was registered as missing person No. 13.


SECURITY: Arenas in US are on alert

If you are going to a concert or ballgame this week in the United States, you may not notice increased security -- but it will be there.


PROBE: Britain to US: Stop leaking our intel

UK Home Secretary Amber Rudd slammed US leaks on the investigation into the Manchester attack as "irritating" Wednesday and said she had made it clear that it "should not happen again."


VICTIMS: Eight-year-old girl among dead

An 8-year-old described as a "beautiful little girl" has been named as one of the 22 people killed in a vicious bomb attack at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester on Monday night.


THE BLAST: Dashcam captures explosion

The moment of the reported explosion at a Manchester, UK, arena can be seen and heard from this dashcam video.


VIGIL: Poet urges people to choose love

Poet Tony Walsh delivered a powerful poem titled "This is the Place" at a vigil following the deadly terror attack in Manchester, England.


OPINION: Follow Obama model on response

As a mom, the scenes from the terrorist attack in Manchester make me want to lock my daughter up in her room, ban her from attending concerts and shut out the world. And she is not even two years old. Fear is a human response. But it is also what the terrorists are after.


Landslide buries Calif. scenic highway

The sweeping views of a coastal scenic highway in California are gone.


Pro football HOFer dead at 48


1 dead after eating nacho cheese

One person is dead and nine others were hospitalized after they contracted botulism from eating contaminated nacho cheese sauce at a gas station outside of Sacramento, California, state and local officials said.


United flight evacuated after engine fire

A United flight was evacuated on the Newark Liberty International Airport tarmac Tuesday night after an engine fire was spotted by the airport's tower, officials said.


The myth behind the DNC staffer's killing

Nearly a year ago, Seth Rich was shot in the back as he made his way home one night in Washington.


Navy SEALs kill 7 militants in Yemen raid

US Navy SEALs killed seven militants associated with the terrorist group al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula after carrying out a raid on a compound in Yemen, US Central Command said Tuesday.


Black congressman threatened with lynching

Rep. Al Green of Texas called for the impeachment of President Donald Trump. Shortly thereafter, he received racist and menacing voicemails.


One of the wildest tornado-chasing days ever

In the world of storm chasers, May 24, 2016, inspires a near-universal fascination. On that day, the panoramic skies stretching over the Great Plains just outside of Dodge City, Kansas, became the backdrop for a dazzling tornado outbreak, when a series of supercell thunderstorms produced at least 12 twisters immediately around the city.


Other times terror attacks targeted children

At any Ariana Grande concert, teenage and preteen girls make up a good deal of the crowd.


Making sense of the school choice debate

During her time as Education Secretary, Betsy DeVos has made it very clear she supports educational choice. This week, she even went as far as calling opponents of the movement "flat earthers" who are holding America's children back.


HBO scraps Jon Stewart's new show


Jon Stewart, 'Daily Show' crew reunite

Stephen Colbert staged a "Daily Show" reunion during an episode of "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert," which included appearances from Jon Stewart, Samantha Bee, John Oliver, Rob Corddry and Ed Helms.


FCC won't come after Colbert over Trump joke

The Federal Communications Commission said Tuesday that it will not take any action over a joke made by Stephen Colbert about President Donald Trump.


Comedian forced to flee his homeland

After fleeing his own country, Egyptian satirist Bassem Youssef is trying to make it in The United States.


Nancy O'Dell responds to Billy Bush apology


Katy Perry explains feud with Taylor Swift

On "The Late Late Show," Katy Perry joined James Corden for "Carpool Karaoke." The duo sang, talked about Perry's new hairstyle and discussed the singer's feud with Taylor Swift.


'Dancing with the Stars' crowns champs

Warning: This post discusses the results of the most recent season of "Dancing with the Stars."


'Game of Thrones' Season 7 first look

They aren't Daenerys Targaryen's little babies anymore.


Patriots will host 'Gay Bowl' 2017


NFL star scores record shoe deal with Nike


Djokovic: From career grand slam to 'crisis'

Novak Djokovic fell to the clay and looked to the sky — after three hours on court, the elusive French Open title was finally his at the third time of asking.


How the US Navy made raves more fun

Glow sticks are a staple at kids' parties and raves, but their origins can be traced back to the U.S. Navy. CNNTech takes a look at the glow stick's transition from waves to raves.


Dark 'n' Stormy: Bermuda's unofficial drink

This summer, the top sailors and fastest ships from around the world will convene on the fishhook-shaped island of Bermuda to compete in the 35th America's Cup.


Lynching re-emerges in new rhetoric of hate

Over 150 years since the founding of the Ku Klux Klan -- a white supremacist group that unleashed terror against African Americans across the South -- language and images of lynching are re-emerging as tools of violence, intimidation and oppression. Society must identify and address this form of hateful rhetoric, or ignore it at our peril.


6-year-old's viral plea: 'I'm really scared to die'

"I'm a kid," said 6-year-old Jeffrey Laney. "I'm not supposed to be knowing about all these guns. I know about all bad stuff I shouldn't know about."


What a shot! 31 amazing sports photos

Take a look at 31 amazing sports photos from May 16 through May 22.


Man yells at stranger for speaking Spanish

Hector Torres was talking to his mother on the phone at the airport, when a man started yelling profanities at Torres because of the language he was using.


Want to be a millionaire? Do this

You might be surprised at how much of a difference a small increase can make.


Here's why we get overtime pay


 

Manchester attack: Police hunt 'network' behind bomber

Four arrests have been made over the arena bombing, as it emerges a police officer is among the dead.


Trump holds first face-to-face talks with Pope Francis

The pair greet each other cordially, after clashing on issues from migration to climate change.


Taiwan's top court rules in favour of same-sex marriage

The decision paves the way for Taiwan to become the first place in Asia to allow same-sex marriages.


Migrant crisis: Mediterranean rescue as 30 drown

Rescuers tell of a frantic mission to save about 200 people who fell from a packed boat off Libya.


Mum and disabled son in joint graduation

"I always believed in him," said Judy O'Connor as she and her son celebrate their joint graduation.


Maryland campus on furore over China democracy speech

A Chinese student in the US state of Maryland has caused uproar at home with a graduation speech. What did students at her own university think?


Philippine President Duterte eyes nationwide martial law

The warning comes after soldiers clashed with militants in the southern Philippines.


Mount Everest: Bodies of four climbers found in tent

The four were discovered by a rescue team sent to retrieve the body of another dead climber.


Stalin's grandson who rejected dictator's name dies at 75

Russian theatre director Alexander Burdonsky, who was born Alexander Stalin, dies of cancer aged 75.


Messi's Spanish jail sentence for tax fraud to stand

A Spanish court confirms a 21-month sentence, but the Barcelona footballer is unlikely to go to prison.


Landslide buries California's Pacific Coast Highway

A million tonnes of rock and dirt cover State Route 1, and officials do not know when it will reopen.


Flamingo balancing act saves energy

Flamingos expend less energy standing on one leg than in a two-legged stance, scientists confirm.


Family contests 101-year-old's wedding to former maid

The children of a Portuguese centenarian say his new wife - for decades his maid - is after his money.


Just A Baby app matches hopeful parents

A new dating app lets people search for sperm and egg donors, surrogate mothers and lovers.


Manchester attack: US leaks about bomber irritating - Rudd

Home Secretary Amber Rudd says US has been told "it should not happen again".


Manchester attack: What can be done to make public spaces safe?

Why members of the public are increasingly important in the the battle to prevent terror attacks.


World landmarks light up for Manchester

Find out what's buzzing in the social media world today.


Manchester attack: Bataclan survivor's message for Manchester

Father of two Serge Maestracci was at the Bataclan with friends on the night of the 2015 Paris attacks. He has this message of support for the people of Manchester.


In pictures: Manchester attack aftermath

Images from a day of reflection and solidarity following the Manchester Arena terrorist attack


How Manchester attack unfolded

Twenty-two people were killed and 59 injured in the explosion at Manchester Arena.


Witnesses' stories

Powerful stories from people who were at Manchester Arena on Monday night.


Melania Trump in black at the Vatican. Why?

Mrs Trump wore a veil to the Vatican - but what are the rules for a meeting with a pope?


Nokia 3310: How long could you survive with a retro phone?

Technology correspondent Rory Cellan-Jones swaps his smartphone for the retro Nokia 3310 for a day.


Sir Roger Moore's life in pictures

Images from the life of the famed James Bond actor who has died aged 89.


Camera Press at 70: A lifetime in pictures

Images from the archive of Camera Press Picture Agency which celebrates its 70th anniversary.


Who is marrying across races in the US?

Fifty years after interracial marriages became legal in the US, a study explores race and relationships today.


Plastic waste turned into clothes, to save our oceans

Plastic waste turned into clothes, to save our oceans


So, just what did Trump's Western Wall note say?

OK, so we may never know exactly what it said - but it hasn't stopped the internet speculating.


Upon arrival, Trump sees Europe in stark terms

President Trump will visit Europe this week, highlighting his own history of varied and contradictory views.


Why Venezuelan parents keep children at home

As the political crisis in Venezuela deepens, more parents choose not to send their children to school.


No place to hide for LGBT people in Indonesia's Aceh province

Authorities in Indonesia's Aceh province are enforcing an ever stricter version of Sharia law.


Lipstick and dresses return to Mosul?s streets

Footage from east Mosul, Iraq, reveals the legacy of horror left by so-called Islamic State, but also suggests some of life is returning to normal.


Gay couple's hopes for Taiwan marriage

A gay couple with twins in Taiwan explains why they hope they will eventually be allowed to marry.


Why a $1.6bn car plant has been left to decay

Mexico is the world's fourth largest car exporter, but could Donald Trump bring this to an end?


Chandrashekhar: Is this angry young man India's new Dalit icon?

A charismatic young lawyer on the run from police is leading the charge against caste oppression.


Why are reindeer flying to a remote Alaskan village?

As a warming climate threatens traditional food supplies in the Arctic, one rural Alaskan village is flying in hundreds of reindeer by cargo plane. James Cook went to find out why.


Manchester Arena attack: Chelsea cancel Premier League victory parade

Chelsea cancel their Premier League victory parade, which was due to take place on Sunday, in the wake of the Manchester Arena attack.


Monaco Grand Prix: Jenson Button feeling no pressure on Formula 1 return

Jenson Button says he is feeling no pressure going into his one-off return to Formula 1 at Monaco this weekend.


Ajax v Manchester United

Preview followed by live coverage of Wednesday's Europa League game between Ajax and Manchester United.


French Open 2017: Simona Halep a doubt, Tara Moore beaten in qualifying

World number four Simona Halep says she has only a "50-50" chance of being fit for next week's French Open.


England v South Africa: England lose early wicket as Jason Roy caught behind

England lose an early wicket as Jason Roy edges Wayne Parnell behind for one during the first one-day international against South Africa at Headingley.


 

Manchester bomber was part of a network: police


German police arrest suspected militants as Berlin gears up for Obama visit


More than 30 migrants, mostly toddlers, drown off Libya: rescuers


China says no one should bring chaos to Korean peninsula


Trump arrives in Brussels, ahead of EU, NATO talks


Use of air power in Afghanistan up sharply as Trump troop decision looms


Pope asks Trump to be peacemaker, gives him environmental letter


Defiant Duterte threatens harsh measures as thousands flee Philippines unrest


Barricades, protests spread over Venezuela 'sham' elections


Turkey's Erdogan says NATO should do more on intelligence sharing


 

Salman Abedi, Manchester Bomber, Most Likely Had Help, Officials Say - New York Times


The Latest: Trump says meeting with Pope was “honor” - Washington Post


Republicans Will Reject Trump's Budget, but Still Try to Impose Austerity - New York Times


Duterte says he may widen martial law from Mindanao to include all of the Philippines - Washington Post


NBC's Hallie Jackson Trump Trip Notebook: To the West Bank and Back - NBCNews.com


Evidence Mounts for Trump's Meddling in Russia Probe. But Is It Obstruction? - NBCNews.com


Paul Ryan: James Comey is not a nut job - CNN


More raids in Manchester; Soldiers protecting key UK sites - Washington Post


How Dancing With the Stars Changed Normani Kordei: "It Helped Me Discover Myself" - E! Online


 

Gingrich disproves the whole Trump-Russia thing, based on an unsolved murder on a Washington street

Gingrich disproves the whole Trump-Russia thing, based on an unsolved murder on a Washington streetThe District of Columbia police say Rich, who was shot in the back at 4 a.m. near his home in northwest Washington, was the victim of a botched robbery.



Manchester in Mourning: Bombing Victims Remembered

Manchester in Mourning: Bombing Victims RememberedAn 8-year-old and a college student are among the 22 people who were killed in the terror attack at Manchester Arena following an Ariana Grande concert.



CBO score could roil Senate health care negotiations

CBO score could roil Senate health care negotiationsThe Congressional Budget Office will release its prediction of the effects of the House-passed health care overhaul Wednesday afternoon, potentially stirring up more dissent among Senate Republicans who have spent much of this month attempting to hash out their own health care deal. The CBO will likely deliver a similar verdict for the American Health Care Act (AHCA) as it did for an earlier version of the House bill, which the office said would result in 24 million fewer Americans having health care coverage and $150 billion in deficit reduction over 10 years compared with Obamacare.



'Terrorism Is Aimed at the People Watching'

'Terrorism Is Aimed at the People Watching'When an explosion killed 22 people at a concert in Manchester, England, late Monday, media organizations across the English speaking world rushed to break the news.



The Latest: Slain student remembered at commencement

The Latest: Slain student remembered at commencementCOLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) — The Latest on the stabbing death of a black student visiting the University of Maryland (all times local):



S. Korea tourist numbers hammered by China boycott

S. Korea tourist numbers hammered by China boycottChinese tourist numbers to South Korea plunged by two-thirds in April after Beijing banned tour groups over Seoul's deployment of a US missile defence system, official statistics showed. Beijing imposed a boycott from March 15 on Chinese tour groups visiting the South in a spat over the US Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) system. Washington and Seoul say it is purely to defend against threats from nuclear-armed North Korea, but Beijing fears it could undermine its own nuclear deterrent and has reacted with fury, imposing a series of measures seen as economic retaliation.



Landslide on California highway part of $1 billion in damage

Landslide on California highway part of $1 billion in damageA massive landslide that went into the Pacific Ocean is the latest natural disaster to hit a California community that relies heavily on an iconic coastal highway and tourism to survive, and it adds to a record $1 billion in highway damage from one of the state's wettest winters in decades.



Turkey summons U.S. envoy over Washington street brawl

Turkey summons U.S. envoy over Washington street brawlTurkey summoned the U.S ambassador on Monday to protest the treatment of Turkish security officials in the United States during a visit by President Tayyip Erdogan last week, the foreign ministry said. A brawl erupted between protesters and Turkish security personnel outside the Turkish ambassador's residence during Erdogan's visit to Washington to meet U.S. President Donald Trump. Turkey blamed the violence on demonstrators linked to the militant Kurdistan Workers Party while Washington's police chief described the incident as a "brutal attack" on peaceful protesters.



Big Game Hunter Dies After Being Crushed To Death By Elephant

Big Game Hunter Dies After Being Crushed To Death By ElephantA well-known South African big game hunter was reportedly crushed to death Friday after his friends fatally shot an elephant.



Fox News retracts Seth Rich conspiracy story as Hannity vows to press on

Fox News retracts Seth Rich conspiracy story as Hannity vows to press onA controversial Fox News report about the death of a Democratic National Committee employee last summer — a story that had fueled a conspiracy theory that rocketed across right-wing media, but reportedly embarrassed some of the network’s staffers — was retracted by the network Tuesday afternoon. The report attempted to tie the death of data analyst Seth Rich — who was shot in what Washington police believe was a botched robbery attempt — to the leak of DNC emails to WikiLeaks, which began publishing them two weeks later. The implication, spelled out most directly by former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, was that Rich had provided the emails and was assassinated in retaliation or as part of a coverup.



Manchester Attacker Identity Known To Police

Manchester Attacker Identity Known To PoliceOn Monday, a lone man detonated a bomb at the Manchester Arena in northern England. where Ariana Grande performed in front of over 21,000 people.



Republicans voice opposition to Trump's budget: 'Dead on arrival'

Republicans voice opposition to Trump's budget: 'Dead on arrival'‘The president’s budget, as we all know, is a recommendation,’ Mitch McConnell told reporters in Washington DC. Donald Trump’s proposal to reduce spending by $3.6tn, mostly by slashing antipoverty programs that provide social safety nets for the poor, ran into bipartisan opposition on Capitol Hill, where a number of Republican lawmakers rejected the cuts as “draconian” and “nonstarters”. The president’s plan recommends $616bn in cuts to Medicaid, the government insurance programme for the poorest and many disabled Americans, while increasing border security spending by $2.6bn – including $1.6bn to begin construction on a wall along the US-Mexico border.



Newark airport reopens after engine fire prompts plane evacuation

Newark airport reopens after engine fire prompts plane evacuationNewark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey has reopened after temporarily shutting down late Tuesday, following an engine fire that prompted the evacuation of an airplane, officials said. There were reports of five minor injuries, according to a statement posted on the airport's official Twitter account, with delays expected to persist through the night. "Newark Airport is temporarily closed due to deployment of emergency chutes on a plane with an apparent engine fire," an earlier post on the airport's official Twitter account had said.



Suicidal Man 'Unintentionally' Kills Girlfriend With Bullet That First Went Through His Own Head: Cops

Suicidal Man 'Unintentionally' Kills Girlfriend With Bullet That First Went Through His Own Head: CopsVictor Sibson survived the suicide attempt and was charged with second degree murder on Friday.



Mom who went to classes with quadriplegic son gets MBA

Mom who went to classes with quadriplegic son gets MBAORANGE, Calif. (AP) — A Southern California university has awarded an honorary degree to the mother of a quadriplegic student after she attended every class with him and took his notes while he pursued his Master of Business Administration.



After Maryland student's speech, mockery and anger in China

After Maryland student's speech, mockery and anger in ChinaWhen Chinese student Yang Shuping described how she ditched her five pollution masks upon discovering the "oddly luxurious" air of the United States, she drew a fierce online backlash, indignant newspaper columns and even a rebuttal from her hometown. On Wednesday, the official Xinhua news agency's English-language Twitter account broadcast a live-stream from Kunming, with two reporters interviewing passersby about air quality and whether they wore pollution masks. China's foreign ministry also weighed in, saying it was aware the issue was being widely discussed online, and that any Chinese citizen should "make remarks responsibly".



Jeff Sessions in KKK robe image projected onto Justice Department headquarters

Jeff Sessions in KKK robe image projected onto Justice Department headquartersStunning visuals depicting Attorney General Jeff Sessions in a Ku Klux Klan robe have been projected onto iconic Washington buildings including the Department of Justice building. The projections, created by activist and artist Robin Bell, showed Mr Sessions with the infamous white hood alongside some of his past statements that have been pointed to as insensitive to racist struggles. “I thought the KKK was OK until I learned that they smoked pot,” one of the projections reads, a close approximation to a comment Mr Sessions made while investigating a case against Klansmen as a US attorney in Alabama in the 1980s.



Jakarta governor dropping appeal 'for sake of nation'

Jakarta governor dropping appeal 'for sake of nation'The wife of Jakarta's Christian governor told a tearful press conference Tuesday her husband had withdrawn his appeal against a blasphemy conviction and two-year jail term for the good of Indonesia. Basuki Tjahaja Purnama was jailed this month for insulting the Koran while campaigning for re-election, a shock decision that stoked concern about rising religious intolerance in the world's most populous Muslim-majority nation. The blasphemy allegations against Purnama, Jakarta's first non-Muslim governor for half a century and first ethnic Chinese leader, sparked mass protests spearheaded by radicals.



Chinese Fighters Intercept Nuke-Detecting Plane Over East China Sea

Chinese Fighters Intercept Nuke-Detecting Plane Over East China SeaThe U.S. military is describing the interaction as "unprofessional."



Ariana Grande says she is 'broken' after explosion in Manchester Arena that left 22 dead and 59 injured

Ariana Grande says she is 'broken' after explosion in Manchester Arena that left 22 dead and 59 injuredAriana Grande has responded to the incident in Manchester that left at least 19 dead and almost 60 injured. Writing on social media a few hours after police responded to what they said was a reported explosion in the aftermath of her concert at the Manchester Arena, the 23-year-old singer said she was “broken”. Grande escaped unhurt from the incident, which happened shortly after the American singer completed her set and lights in the venue had been switched on.



Teen Girl Throws Herself In River For 'Blue Whale' Suicide Challenge

Teen Girl Throws Herself In River For 'Blue Whale' Suicide ChallengeThe girl reportedly jumped into a turbulent river to complete a suicide challenge referred to “Blue Whale.”



Overpriced garbage from Trump's estate we could sell to offset his budget cuts

Overpriced garbage from Trump's estate we could sell to offset his budget cutsPresident Trump has unveiled his first major budget proposal, allowing Americans to finally take a break from the nonstop political scandals and focus their attention on something far more familiar: human cruelty. What a relief! The president's budget proposes deep cuts to Medicaid, food stamps and pretty much every other program that helps humans not named Donald Trump. Mick Mulvaney, Trump's budget director, justified the cuts by decrying the country's terrible budget deficit and insisting that not supplying struggling people with federal assistance is somehow compassionate. Still, there's a far easier way the administration could fill in the gaps: They could sell the president's shit. SEE ALSO: How to style your vagina so it's no longer a pre-existing condition Of course, the president would really have a crisis on his hands if the budget had any hope of passing — as economists have repeatedly stressed, the projected economic growth it relies on to offset its high tax cuts and reduced spending is a fantasy.  @RegularBlack_ @AdaJackson5 Yeah a real regular Joe  pic.twitter.com/6Z1eiP37Iq — John Moreland (@thaneofcawdor8) January 26, 2017 The cuts Trump are proposing are so deep, his oversized assets alone couldn't save the country.  Selling Trump's crap could nonetheless make an impact in the lives of millions. Let's do it without his consent. 1. Sell his dumb $7 million gold walls and help approximately 4,107 low-income families eat for a year SubtleImage: Getty ImagesThe poorest Americans receive approximately $1,704 per year from the federal government in the form of SNAP benefits, otherwise known as food stamps. If Trump simply melted down the gold in the ballroom at Mar-a-Lago, he could help more than 4,000 struggling families eat for a year.  In lieu of that, Trump has proposed $191 billion in cuts to the program over the next ten years. Nice! 2. Auction his $10 million Renoir painting and help around 1,537 people keep their health insurance Do you really think this lady wants to live in Palm Beach?Image: WikimediaI'll gladly print out a copy of "La Loge" on my office printer and hand it to Trump, if that means he'll sell the reproduction and use the funds to help save 1,537 people from disease or much worse. The federal government spends an average of $6,502 on Medicaid reimbursements per enrollee annually. Logically, the Trump administration is planning to cut $880 billion from Medicaid because living is now a luxury good. 3. Sell $3 million worth of horrifying antiques and help protect close to 3,963 of the poorest kids in America from disease and possibly death Trump amongst a pile of his crap in 1987Image: The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty ImagesThe federal government spends approximately $757 for every child enrolled in CHIP (Children's Health Insurance Program) in New York. Trump plans to cut funding for the program by 20% over the next few fiscal years. He could save some of those kids by actually protecting the program's funding. OR he could sell some of his gilded lamps and donate the proceeds to this population directly, even though half of those kids probably hate him after reading this budget.  4. Donate the earnings from 22 memberships to Mar-a-Lago and give about 498 people disability benefits for the year  Grand ol' party having a grand ol' time, I guessImage: brooks kraft/Getty ImagesThe federal government is projected to spend $8,830.84 per Supplemental Security Income enrollee in 2017. SSI protects individuals who are prevented from working because of a disability.  Trump, meanwhile, charges $200,000 per membership at Mar-a-Lago.  The president is planning to slash disability benefits by $72 billion. He could protect their funding or at least donate the money from a few memberships. Alas, he will do neither. 6. Melt down his four gold plated sinks and protect 341 people from sliding into further poverty The Earned Income Tax Credit provides $293 on average annually to single low-income adults. Trump has four gold-plated sinks worth $100,000 in total that, if sold, could help around 341 struggling adults from falling deeper into poverty for a year. That still wouldn't come close to the $40.4 billion the budget cuts over 10 years. So ... maybe just don't do that? 7. Put Mar-a-Lago on the market and keep around 28,409 people in their homes for a year Mar-a-Lago is one of the best places in the world to get a deadly sunburnImage: evan agostini/Getty ImagesThe Department of Housing and Urban House spends approximately $880 per month, per household to keep struggling families in their homes. Trump, whose Mar-a-Lago estate is worth around $300 million, could sell his estate and protect close to 28,409 people.  Instead, he's choosing to slash HUD's budget by $6.2 billion. Good job! 8. Sell his $100 million penthouse and help keep 3,079 homeless people off the street for about seven months Living like a king! Inside #DonaldTrump's Trump Tower penthouse apartment, New York City. pic.twitter.com/iG0CvaleFS — Mike Sington (@MikeSington) March 15, 2016 If Trump sold his $100 million New York penthouse, he could use the funds to help keep some homeless folks in shelter. It costs the federal government approximately $4,819 per person, per month to shelter homeless individuals.  Unsurprisingly, he's choosing to do neither and has instead selected the far more familiar evil route.  9. Go to Mar-a-Lago less and protect the National Endowment for the Arts instead It costs the government up to $3.6 million every time Trump decides to travel to Mar-a-Lago.  In 2016, the NEA received a miniscule $148 million in federal funding. Trump could simply watch TiVo at home and donate those savings to the NEA. Alas, he's choosing to do neither and want instead to eliminate their budget entirely.  10.  Sell Jared and give his $241 million to cancer research Image: ron sachs-pool/Getty ImagesHonestly, does anyone like Jared at this point? The kid's net worth is an appalling $241 million. Trump doesn't need to cut $1 billion in funding to the National Cancer Institute like he's planning to. The president should just sell Jared to the highest bidder and use the proceeds to offset the cost of cancer research. Problem solved. WATCH: Scuba dive tankless with this floating air caddie



Police: Man slays neo-Nazi roommates over Islam disrespect

Police: Man slays neo-Nazi roommates over Islam disrespectA Florida man told police he killed his two roommates because they were neo-Nazis who disrespected his recent conversion to Islam, and investigators found bomb-making materials and Nazi propaganda after he led them to the bodies.



Massive slide buries stretch of iconic California highway

Massive slide buries stretch of iconic California highwayA massive rockslide has buried a stretch of California's iconic seaside Highway 1 which had already been hit by a number of road closures caused by severe winter storms, state transportation officials said Tuesday. The slide on one of America's most picturesque highways took place on Saturday morning in a remote and largely uninhabited area known as Mud Creek. The road in that section of the highway had already been shut down before a million tons of earth came tumbling down from a hillside, burying a 1,500-foot (nearly half a kilometer) section of the highway, said Jim Shivers, a spokesman for the state's transportation agency.



China, Russia launch long-haul challenge to Boeing, Airbus

China, Russia launch long-haul challenge to Boeing, AirbusChina and Russia on Monday launched an ambitious project to jointly develop a long-haul jet to challenge Boeing and Airbus, just two weeks after the successful test flight of the first made-in-China large passenger plane. State-run Chinese manufacturer Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China (COMAC) and Russia's United Aircraft Corporation (UAC) said they formally established the previously announced joint venture in Shanghai on Monday.



Venezuela prosecutor decries Maduro plan, unrest worsens

Venezuela prosecutor decries Maduro plan, unrest worsensBy Alexandra Ulmer and Maria Ramirez CARACAS/PUERTO ORDAZ, Venezuela (Reuters) - Venezuela's state prosecutor has panned unpopular President Nicolas Maduro's plan to create a grassroots congress, deepening a rare public split among the ruling Socialists as the death toll from two months of unrest hit 51. Chief State Prosecutor Luisa Ortega stunned the crisis-hit country in March when she lambasted the Supreme Court for annulling the powers of the opposition-led National Assembly. Since then, she has been a wild card within the publicly homogenous Venezuelan government, whose foes accuse it of seeking to dodge elections by creating a parallel assembly with powers to rewrite the constitution.



APNewsBreak: Leaks found on Dakota Access pipeline system

APNewsBreak: Leaks found on Dakota Access pipeline systemBISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — The Dakota Access pipeline and a feeder line leaked more than 100 gallons of oil in North Dakota in separate incidents in March as crews prepared the disputed $3.8 billion pipeline for operation.



Husky Caught on Surveillance Shoplifting a Loaf of Bread, Then Returning With an Accomplice

Husky Caught on Surveillance Shoplifting a Loaf of Bread, Then Returning With an AccompliceCops said the dog will not be facing any charges.



Manchester United: Royal Family, Celebrities Show Support for City After Attack

Manchester United: Royal Family, Celebrities Show Support for City After AttackISIS is taking credit for the attack, which claimed the lives of 22 people.



Mississippi lawmaker 'sorry' he urged lynching for statue removal

Mississippi lawmaker 'sorry' he urged lynching for statue removalA Mississippi state lawmaker who called for the lynching of Louisiana officials for removing pro-slavery era monuments apologized on Monday after his comments sparked a firestorm of criticism. Republican Representative Karl Oliver had taken to Facebook on Saturday to criticize the removal of monuments in New Orleans that city leaders deemed racially offensive. The last of the four statues, of Confederate General Robert E. Lee, was taken down on Friday.



Trump's Saudi embrace, Iran disdain upend Obama's vision: analysts

Trump's Saudi embrace, Iran disdain upend Obama's vision: analystsUS President Donald Trump's emphatic embrace of Sunni Arab regimes and his vilification of Iran mark a stark departure from the vision of his predecessor Barack Obama in the volatile region, analysts say. Pointedly delivering his first foreign speech in Riyadh on Sunday, Trump praised the six-state Gulf Cooperation Council, specifically Saudi Arabia, for efforts to cut off funding to extremists while lambasting Iran as the "spearhead of terrorism". While the unpredictable Trump completed the visit to the region without committing a major gaffe, his approach "swept away the entire Obama legacy with the wave of a hand," said Thierry Coville, an Iran expert at the French Institute for International and Strategic Affairs.



12-Year-Old Girl Abducted by Teen Boys In 'Imminent Danger'

12-Year-Old Girl Abducted by Teen Boys In 'Imminent Danger'McKenzie Wilson went missing from her upstate New York home early in the morning.



Sick dog to reunite with family 2 years after disappearing

Sick dog to reunite with family 2 years after disappearingHOWELL, N.J. (AP) — A dog found near death will be reunited with her owners two years after she disappeared.



The 750-HP Shelby F-150 Super Snake Is a $100,000 Thundertruck

The 750-HP Shelby F-150 Super Snake Is a $100,000 ThundertruckOnly 150 will be built, each with a starting price just under $97,000.



India says it attacked Pakistan army posts in divided Kashmir

India says it attacked Pakistan army posts in divided KashmirIndia said on Tuesday it had attacked and damaged Pakistani army posts in Kashmir as it sought to prevent militants infiltrating from the Pakistani side of the disputed region, but Pakistan denied the assertion. The Indian army said its troops had attacked positions in the Nowshera area, but it did not say when or how it had inflicted the damage. Reuters was unable to verify footage circulated on Indian television showing explosions in a hilly area.



'Alt-right' leader loses gym membership after confrontation

'Alt-right' leader loses gym membership after confrontationA leading figure in the "alt-right" movement had his gym membership revoked after a Georgetown University professor confronted him during a workout and called him a neo-Nazi.



Pete Souza shares adorable, perfectly-timed photo of the Obamas

Pete Souza shares adorable, perfectly-timed photo of the ObamasA picture is worth 1,000 words, unless Pete Souza is posting it ... then it's worth 1,000 words, a flood of beautiful nostalgia, some laughter, a few tears of joy, and a glorious heap of shade. Obama's former White House photographer has become something of an icon on Instagram, frequently posting throwback photos of Obama in office that coincidentally (JK they are totally planned) seem to coincide with whatever Trump and his administration are up to at the moment. On Tuesday morning Souza blessed his followers with an adorable memory of Barack and Michelle defining #RelationshipGoals (as they always do). And with a two word caption it seems he once again managed to sub-Insta Trump in the process. SEE ALSO: Pete Souza pauses the Trump shade to photograph President Underwood in D.C. The photograph shows a serious Barack and Michelle sitting side-by-side at an event in Selma, Alabama holding each other's hands. I mean, the couple look so casual and in love can you even stand it? Holding hands. A post shared by Pete Souza (@petesouza) on May 23, 2017 at 7:53am PDT While it's entirely possibly some may believe Souza shared this Tuesday throwback to marvel at how precious the couple looked, the two-word caption can't help but seem like a subtle jab at Trump. Now "Holding hands" might not seem like a hot burn, but during Trump's recent trip to the Middle East he and the first lady somehow managed to make headlines for their lack of hand holding. More specifically, a video that appeared to show Melania Trump swatting away her husband's attempt to reach for her hand while walking down an airport tarmac in Israel was discovered earlier this week. Then today while the couple deplaned in Italy, she did it again and the internet had a field day.   Melania Trump appears to swat Trump's hand away, refusing to hold it https://t.co/hTaZeBwZ1q pic.twitter.com/2IdS1iiicK — Hollywood Reporter (@THR) May 22, 2017 Despite Souza's busy schedule, filled with book deals and snapping House of Cards promo pics, the king of Instagram always makes room for posting perfectly-timed photos. WATCH: Obama's official White House photographer is Insta-trolling Trump



'Confirmed fatalities' at Manchester concert: British police

'Confirmed fatalities' at Manchester concert: British policeBritish police said early Tuesday there were "a number of confirmed fatalities" and injuries after reports of at least one explosion during a pop concert in the northwest city of Manchester. A fleet of ambulances was seen rushing to the Manchester Arena venue after the late Monday incident and police said people should avoid the area. The deaths followed television footage of people leaving the arena, which had been hosting a concert by the American singer Ariana Grande, in a state of alarm and distress.



U.S. top court tightens patent suit rules in blow to 'patent trolls'

U.S. top court tightens patent suit rules in blow to 'patent trolls'By Andrew Chung WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday tightened rules for where patent lawsuits can be filed in a decision that may make it harder for so-called patent "trolls" to launch sometimes dodgy patent cases in friendly courts, a major irritant for high-tech giants like Apple and Alphabet Inc's Google. In a decision that upends 27 years of law governing patent infringement cases, the justices sided with beverage flavouring company TC Heartland LLC in its legal battle with food and beverage company Kraft Heinz Co . The justices ruled 8-0 that patent suits can be filed only in courts located in the jurisdiction where the targeted company is incorporated.



What Trump's Proposed Medicaid Cuts Could Mean For You

What Trump's Proposed Medicaid Cuts Could Mean For YouConsumer Reports has no relationship with any advertisers on this website. President Donald Trump’s 2018 budget blueprint calls for huge reductions to social safety net programs. In particular, i...



58,000 Haitians facing deportation get US extension

58,000 Haitians facing deportation get US extensionMore than 58,000 Haitians who stayed in the United States with a special protected status since a catastrophic 2010 earthquake will be allowed to stay another six months, the Department of Homeland Security said Monday. The Haitians were facing orders to return home from July 23 if the department did not renew their so-called Temporary Protected Status, granted after a magnitude 7 earthquake destroyed much of the capital Port-au-Prince on January 12, 2010. Activists had been hoping for a longer extension -- as much as 18 months -- and warned that six months is not long enough for destitute Haiti to prepare for an influx of more than 50,000 people.



'They are going to kill me': Inmate fights to halt execution

'They are going to kill me': Inmate fights to halt executionMONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — Tommy Arthur has had his execution postponed seven times since 2001, so many delays that victims' rights advocates derisively call him the "Houdini" of death row. He says he is innocent and is fighting for an eighth reprieve, but he is losing optimism: "They are going to kill me this time."



Jana Duggar Gets The Spotlight

Jana Duggar Gets The SpotlightJana Duggar gets praised for her child rearing skills.



Syrian army says senior Islamic State militant killed

Syrian army says senior Islamic State militant killedThe Syrian army said on Wednesday it had killed Islamic State's military commander in Syria during operations in the north of the country, where the Russian-backed government forces are seizing more territory back from the jihadist group. If confirmed, this would represent a major blow against Islamic State (IS) ahead of an attack which the U.S.-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) - an alliance of Kurdish and Arab fighters - are expected to launch against the jihadists in their stronghold of Raqqa city. A Syrian military source told Reuters the IS commander, Abu Musab al-Masri, had been the group's "minister of war" for Syria.



Nepali climbers say outcrop near top of Everest is intact

Nepali climbers say outcrop near top of Everest is intactKATHMANDU, Nepal (AP) — Nepali climbers said Tuesday that a rocky outcrop near the top of Mount Everest known as the "Hillary Step" is intact, disputing a British climber's claim the feature had collapsed.



Newfound ?alien megastructure? star leaves scientists baffled

Newfound ‘alien megastructure’ star leaves scientists baffled

You're forgiven if the name KIC 8462852 doesn't ring a bell. It's a far-off object, thought to be a star, which was only just discovered in late 2015, but it's already managed to totally confuse researchers in its extremely brief stint on the scientific stage. The star has continually exhibited extremely odd behavior, and has been repeatedly observed experiencing huge dips in brightness that don't seem to have any readily available explanation. Now, the star has been spotted performing the same dimming trick as it has in the past, and scientists are throwing out some extremely wild theories. 

KIC 8462852, otherwise known as "Tabby's Star" or "Boyajian's Star" depending on where you look, was caught in the act this past weekend, dimming in brightness by about three percent, which is a large enough change to be easily detected. Normally, the dimming of a star at regular intervals would indicate the presence of a planet in orbit, but there doesn't seem to be any pattern to the of dimming exhibited by KIC 8462852.

Researchers have thrown forth many possible explanations, including other, non-planetary celestial bodies passing in front of the star which are obscuring our line of sight, such as comets, and even the possibility that whatever is floating around the star isn't a naturally-occurring object at all, but instead a massive alien structure. As the research and observations continue, scientists around the globe are hoping that spectral readings will give them a clue as to what, if anything, passed in front of the star. Whatever the object happens to be, it's an exciting time for sky-gazers.



Christina El Moussa Got the Sweetest Tattoo Honoring Her Kids

Christina El Moussa Got the Sweetest Tattoo Honoring Her KidsCheck out her new ink.



New Ford CEO Hackett transformed Steelcase, football programme

New Ford CEO Hackett transformed Steelcase, football programmeBy Paul Lienert and Alana Wise DETROIT (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co's new chief executive officer transformed office furniture maker Steelcase Inc into a global leader, but in Michigan, he may be more revered as the man who turned around a troubled college football programme. Ford Executive Chairman Bill Ford Jr., whose family owns the Detroit Lions football team, pointed to James Hackett's accomplishments as the University of Michigan's interim athletic director in 2015 while a member of the automaker's board. Ford said at a news conference on Monday that Hackett hired Jim Harbaugh as head football coach and "left the department in much better shape than he found it." Hackett, an Ohio native who played football at the university under legendary coach Bo Schembechler, has run Ford Smart Mobility, a new unit established to oversee and coordinate the company's forays in autonomous driving, ride sharing and other ventures, since March 2016.



Donald Trump becomes first sitting US president to visit Western Wall

Donald Trump becomes first sitting US president to visit Western WallPresident Donald Trump made a historic visit to Jerusalem's Western Wall on Monday, standing before the holiest place where Jews are permitted to pray and saying a few words before inserting a note between the monumental stones. One of them, Psalm 122, speaks of Jerusalem as a "city that is united together". The ancient stones are in a part of Jerusalem that Israel captured in the 1967 Middle East war.



Outgoing WHO chief says world 'better prepared' for health crises

Outgoing WHO chief says world 'better prepared' for health crisesThe World Health Organization's outgoing chief Margaret Chan defended her legacy Monday, insisting the world had become better prepared to face health emergencies like Ebola on her watch. "The world is better prepared, but not nearly well enough," she told the some 4,000 delegates gathered from WHO's 194 member countries for its annual assembly in Geneva. Chan, whose successor will be elected Tuesday, presented a range of achievements she insisted dispelled "the frequent criticism that WHO has lost its relevance".



 

Ariana Grande Fans Suffered 'Same Injuries' as Kids in Syria: Surgeon

British Dr. Mounir Hakimi is all too familiar with innocent children being killed by bombs. He just never thought it would happen so close to home.


Manchester Bomber Was Part of a Network, Police Say

Troops were deployed near landmarks including Buckingham Palace as three more suspects were arrested in connection with Monday's suicide blast.


Mom Who Searched for Daughter Reveals 'Gorgeous Girl' Died in Concert Blast

Olivia Campbell joins eight-year-old Saffie Roussos and Georgina Callander,18, among the first victims of the attack be identified.


How Heroic Strangers Saved Kids' Lives After Concert Bombing

Split-second decisions during the terrifying moments after a suicide bomber targeted Ariana Grande fans transformed many regular people into heroes.


New Police Task Force to Target Indonesian Gays

Police in Indonesia's most populous province plan to deploy a task force to investigate LGBTQ activity.


Tributes Pour in for Those Killed in Manchester Blast

Ariana Grande's fans are predominantly teens and young girls, and many had gone to the venue for a night of fun that turned into a scene of carnage.


Trump to Pope After Vatican Meeting: I 'Won't Forget What You Said'

The president and the pontiff have disagreed in the past on numerous issues.


First Country in Asia Legalizes Gay Marriage

A court ruled that the Taiwan's current code was a violation of two articles of the constitution of the Republic of China.


ISIS-Aligned Militants Occupy Parts of City, Take Catholics Hostage

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte placed 22 million people under military rule as ISIS-linked militants battled troops in a southern city.


Manchester Bomb Suspect Had Terrorism Training Abroad

Salman Abedi, who investigators say was responsible for the carnage, had ties to al Qaeda and had received terrorist training abroad, a U.S. intelligence official told NBC News.


See Photos of Exactly Where the Manchester Explosion Happened

The explosion yesterday in Manchester, England, occurred at an entrance to Manchester Arena, one of the largest entertainment complexes in Europe, which is connected to the Victoria Station, a busy rail and tram stop near the center of the city.


Ethiopian Wins Race to Head WHO

Ethiopia's Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus won the race to be the next head of the WHO Tuesday, becoming the first African to lead the giant agency.


English Village Mourns Girls Killed in Manchester Attack

Mourners in an English village remembered two local girls, 8 and 18, who were killed by a suicide bomber after a Manchester Ariana Grande concert.


Syrian Planes Move Back to Airfield That U.S. Bombed

The U.S. hit Shayrat Airbase with Tomahawk missiles in April after the Assad regime launched a gas attack on civilians from the airfield.


Britain Raises Threat Level to 'Critical' After Manchester Attack

British Prime Minister Theresa May announced that the terror threat level in the country had been raised to its highest level.


Thousands Attend Vigil in Response to Manchester Attack

People from the "successful world city" of Manchester came together to remember the victims, and to deliver a message of defiance to the terrorists.


U.K. Police Name Salman Abedi as Manchester Bomber

The attack on the Ariana Grande concert was carried out by 22-year-old Salman Abedi, said Manchester's chief constable.


Kids Among 22 Killed by Suicide Bomber After Ariana Grande Gig in U.K.

One witness told NBC News that she saw "a red-orange-looking flash" and heard an "incredibly loud bang" which triggered chaos.


Taiwan Activists Hope Gay Marriage Ruling Will Be Trailblazer in Asia

Self-ruled Taiwan's constitutional court will rule on Wednesday whether same-sex couples can tie the knot.


A 'Very Horrified City' Embraces Kindness After Concert Attack

Alongside the grief was an undeniable sense of community spirit, as well as a defiant belief that the Manchester would endure.


National Intel Director Reveals ISIS Attack Plan

ISIS is losing on the battlefield so it may launch more traditional terror attacks like the suicide bombing in Manchester, according to a new report.


Mom Reveals How She Saved Daughter From Stampede After Blast

"It was chaos and people were panicking and running to try and get out the door," the mother-of-three Nicola Murray told NBC News.


Two Men Publicly Caned in Indonesia for Having Gay Sex

Hooded men inflicted 82 lashes on each of the men as hundreds of people watched.


Concert Bomber Followed Soft Target Terror Trend

The bomb at Britain's Manchester Arena was outside the area controlled by security checks, targeting concertgoers as they went home.


Trump Pays Respects at Israel's Holocaust Memorial and Museum

President Trump rekindled the eternal flame and laid a wreath during a remembrance ceremony at Yad Vashem in Jerusalem. He later offered remarks with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.


 

He Went to Manchester Arena as a Beggar. He Left as a Hero.

Chris Parker, a 33-year-old homeless man, was at the venue to panhandle. He scrambled to help after the blast, cradling one woman in his arms as she died.


Manchester Bombing Victims Include at Least 4 Parents Awaiting Children

The attack, as young fans left a pop concert, killed 22 people, making it the deadliest act of terrorism in Britain since 2005.


Salman Abedi, Manchester Bomber, Most Likely Had Help, Officials Say

He had recently traveled to Libya and Syria. The authorities are scrambling to learn how he became involved with the Islamic State.


Live Briefing: The Latest: Trump’s Meeting With the Pope at the Vatican

President Trump spoke with Pope Francis about peace and aid for immigrants. He was also scheduled to meet the Italian president.


Footsteps: Mondrian’s World: From Primary Colors to the Boogie Woogie

Exploring the touchstones of Piet Mondrian’s life, as Dutch cultural institutions celebrate the 100th anniversary of the art movement he helped found.


Pope Francis and Donald Trump Meet at the Vatican

It was the first face-to-face meeting of the two leaders, who symbolize starkly different views of the world.


European Leaders Hope to Win Trump’s Favor

President Trump’s visit to Brussels is an opportunity for European Union members to try to sway his opinions their way.


At Vigil After Manchester Attack: ‘We Stand Together’

People gathered in the streets in Manchester, England, on Tuesday to honor the victims of a terrorist attack at an Ariana Grande concert the day before.


What Ariana Grande Represents to Her Fans

The singer is self-assured, talented and proudly feminine, with a loyal fan base that rallied to her side after the Manchester bombing with the hashtag #ThisIsNotYourFaultAriana.


Despite Security, Concerts Provide ‘Target-Rich’ Environments

Security consultants and music promoters look ahead to what measures can be taken after the Ariana Grande concert attack.


Kritik: Opernfreunde, pilgert nach München zum „Tannhäuser“

Der brillante Kirill Petrenko leitet ein unvergleichliches Ensemble in Romeo Casteluccis neuer Wagnerinszenierung an der Bayerischen Staatsoper.


Trump Administration Is Split on Adding Troops in Afghanistan

President Trump is weighing the wisdom of pouring more soldiers into a 16-year-old conflict, and is also expected to put NATO members on the spot over the issue.


   


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