On Monday, an op-ed writer for The Nation was forcibly removed from a press briefing in the Presidential Palace in Helsinki, Finland, between US President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin. His offense? Holding a small sign that said “Nuclear Weapon Ban Treaty.”
American celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain gave an interview shortly before his death in which he blasted the Clinton family’s handling of the Monica Lewinsky scandal.
At least 22 people sustained injuries following a lava explosion in Hawaii that sent rocks flying through the air at a tour boat near the coast of the Big Island, with at least one severely hurt.
A New York Times satirical cartoon depicting US President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin as if they were engaged in a sexual relationship was deemed homophobic by netizens on Monday.
Inspired by the blimp depicting US President Donald Trump as a screaming baby that flew over London last week to protest the American leader’s visit, a New Jersey activist has decided to order a similar balloon for future protests at Trump’s National Golf Club in Bedminster, New Jersey.
Earlier today, ex-CIA head John Brennan called US President Donald Trump’s "performance" during the press conference after his Helsinki meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin "treasonous.”
On Saturday, an Indonesian mob slaughtered nearly 300 crocodiles at a crocodile farm with knives, hammers and clubs in an act of revenge after a local man was killed by crocodiles Friday.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said Monday that the first meeting with his American counterpart Donald Trump was expected to be a "warm-up," but the talks turned out to be "very substantial."
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