US President Donald Trump praised the federal response to Hurricane Michael during his visit to Florida and Georgia Monday to evaluate the damage caused by the storm, which rampaged through parts of Florida, Georgia, North Carolina and Virginia last week, ruining coastal cities and killing 19 people.
Facebook’s Thursday purge of more than 800 pages included a number of the biggest alternative and independent media outlets on the platform. So why isn’t the mainstream media talking about the suppression of independent media?
Let’s just say Twitter isn’t thrilled that English journalist and TV presenter Piers Morgan is bashing actor Daniel Craig (read: James Bond) for carrying his child on his body in an infant sling (which Morgan refers to as a “papoose”).
American elected officials harshly criticized US President Donald Trump’s theory that “rogue killers” could be behind the disappearance of Saudi Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi earlier in October. Khashoggi is widely believed to have been killed at the Saudi Arabian consulate in Istanbul, Turkey.
On Sunday night, CBS’ “60 Minutes” aired an interview with US President Donald Trump by journalist Lesley Stahl. However, while Trump’s dodgy answers and boorish behavior have drawn ire from the press, Jim Kavanaugh, editor of ThePolemicist.net, told Radio Sputnik Monday he couldn’t decide whether Trump or Stahl was worse in this outing.
A video of a TUI Airways pilot making an expert sideways landing at Bristol Airport in southwest England Friday has gone viral, drawing commendation from viewers online.
Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren has for years faced criticism about her nebulous claims of indigenous heritage, including mockery by US President Donald Trump, who calls her “Pocahontas.” However, now that Warren’s got DNA results in hand, Trump claims he doesn’t remember promising to give $1 million to charity if she proved her background.
An Air India flight attendant was injured Monday after falling off an aircraft parked at Mumbai's Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport.
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