The intention by US President Donald Trump to fill in the vacancy in the Supreme Court opened after the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg last week drew harsh condemnation from Democrats, who insist that the vacancy should not be filled until after the US presidential election.
On Thursday, South Korea accused the North of fatally shooting a missing South Korean fisheries official and burning his body. President Moon Jae-in demanded that Pyongyang “provide an explanation and punish those responsible”, while North Korea’s Kim Jong-Un apologised for the “unfortunate incident”, saying that he was “greatly sorry”.
We know James Bond primarily from the Ian Fleming books about the British 007 agent - a series later turned into an iconic saga about a superspy, who was portrayed by several prominent actors such as Pierce Brosnan, Sean Connery, Timothy Dalton and Daniel Craig.
In the wake of last Monday's arrest of a New York City Police Department (NYPD) officer charged with spying for Beijing, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in a New York Post interview on Wednesday accused the Chinese consulate in NYC of “crossing the line from normal diplomacy”, describing the embassy as an espionage hot spot on US soil.
As the US November presidential election race between Democratic candidate Joe Biden and Republican rival Donald Trump intensifies, next week on 29 September, will see the two holding their first presidential debate.
On late-Friday, the Brazosport Water Authority issued a “do not use” tap water advisory in various cities across the state, following a warning by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality informing of a potential pollution of the water supply with a brain-eating amoeba.
The Jalisco New Generation Cartel's expansion has reportedly allowed the criminal group to operate in “at least 35 states across Mexico and Puerto Rico”.
As one research author explained, no matter what a so-called time traveler does in the past, events will always simply 'adjust themselves to any inconsistency'.