Five days of fury: Inside Trump’s Paris temper, election woes and staff upheaval
The president’s post-election outbursts during his Paris trip include a testy call with the British prime minister and threats to fire aides.
In Paris, a relatively understated Trump finds he’s still the center of the world’s attention — and outrage
By his standards, the president didn’t throw many sharp elbows at his peers during a two-day visit to France. It was still all about him.
Microwaves behind 'sonic attacks' on Canadian and U.S. diplomats, says doctor | CBC Radio
A researcher from the University of California, San Diego medical school has completed the most comprehensive study yet into the possibility that microwave radiation is responsible for the mysterious illness afflicting U.S. and Canadian diplomats in China and Cuba.
25 acts of defiance: Scottish people’s 10 year war against Trump and the politicans who backed him - Bright Green
Scotland’s fight against Trump wasn’t about his bulging personality, but corporate power. Earlier this year Scotland was engaged, if not enthralled, in one of the more progressive parliamentary election campaigns …
Saudi Arabia forcefully rejects ‘threats’ over Khashoggi disappearance as international crisis simmers
The Washington Post columnist has not been seen since entering the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul this month.
Exclusive: Iraqi scientist says he helped ISIS make chemical weapons
The former Iraqi official, in a prison interview, says the Islamic State recruited experts for a secret program to make mustard gas. Some are believed to be still at large.
Meeting the locals is a hair-raising experience for Trump: Tycoon targeted by pro-turbine protesters
Donald Trump knew he was going to get some static from protesters in Scotland today. He flew into Edinburgh to tell MSPs that wind turbines would be 'the destruction of your tourist industry'.
A majority thinks Russia has dirt on Trump, a new poll shows
A week after President Donald Trump’s widely panned meeting with Russian president Vladimir Putin, a majority of Americans believe that the Russian government has compromising information on Trump, according to a poll released Tuesday.
Trump says he ordered strikes on Syria over dessert with Xi
President Trump told Fox Business Network's Maria Bartiromo on April 12, that his order to send airstrikes against a Syrian airfield took place during dessert with Chinese President Xi at Mar-a-Lago, as Xi ate, "the most beautiful piece of chocolate cake that you've ever seen."