A look at the biggest stories from select sources on the web today.
President Trump heads to China, the third stop on his five-nation tour of Asia, to meet with Chinese President Xi Jinping. Follow here for live updates.
US President Donald Trump used his first tweet to encourage readers to watch him on “Late Night with David Letterman.” Since then, Trump has tweeted more than 36,000 times. Xi hasn’t usedWeibo, China’s biggest social media platform and its answer to Twitter again, and the original post has been deleted.
Though the American leader’s tone was more subdued — and he proposed what some perceived as a conditional olive branch — officials in Pyongyang authorized to speak for the government told CNN when it comes to Trump, “we don’t care about what that mad dog may utter because we’ve already heard enough.”
Once a law is passed, Germany would become the first European country to offer intersex people the option of identifying as a designation other than male or female. The court ruled that the current system, which “does not provide for a third option — besides the entry ‘female’ or ‘male,'” is unconstitutional.
Yet for children with cerebral palsy, a group of neurological disorders that affect the ability to move, simply walking can be difficult — and some with cerebral palsy might not be able to walk at all.
The Florida Christian School website has a list of items available for purchase. These include winter wear, red school logo T-shirts and ballistic panels. George Gulla, dean of students and head of school security at Florida Christian School, told CNN the bulletproof panels would add “another level of protection” to students of the pre-K through grade 12 school “in the event of an active shooter.”
Britain is a strange place, at least in its post-Brexit form. The latest in political madness is about a cabinet minister who’s been recalled to London from Uganda by Prime Minister Theresa May, who will probably fire her.
A bug in Parity, a popular wallet for the cryptocurrency and decentralized application platform Ethereum, may have resulted in more than $150 million worth of ether being permanently frozen. The bug affects Parity multi-sig (multi signature) wallets, which require more than one owner to “sign” a transaction before it can go through.
A year after Donald Trump was elected president of the United States, there is one thing we know for sure: nothing will stop his tweets (except maybe the occasional customer support employee). And, according to data from the Trump Twitter Archive , his tweeting habit is getting worse.
“Revolutionary,” “different,” “futuristic” – these were all words used to describe the iPhone… 4. On Tuesday night Jimmy Kimmel Live took to the street to ask people about their first impressions of the new iPhone X. The only catch – they didn’t give them an iPhone X, they gave them an iPhone 4 instead.
Game of Thrones and Stranger Things have collided in an unexpected way. When fans outside Finn Wolfhard’s hotel room were upset that the actor didn’t stop to meet them, one posted a video to social media (which is now private) calling the actor “rude and heartless.”
Just when Twitter expanding to 280 characters from its longtime 140-character limit seemed like an earth-shattering decision, a couple hackers blew the limit out of the water. Over the weekend, a German-based account @ Timrasett, along with the account @ HackneyYT who was tagged on the tweet, hacked the not-so micro-blogging platform to post a tweet with a whopping 30,396-characters.
The year since Donald Trump’s election has been packed with controversy and intrigue but, underneath it all, few people seem to have really changed their minds about America’s 45th President. His approval rating quickly slumped in the chaotic days after assuming office, with Trump achieving a majority disapproval rating in a record of just eight days.
Nyeri county yesterday lost its second governor in just one year, after Dr. Wahome Gakuru succumbed to injuries following a freak road accident along the Thika – Murang’a Highway. Dr. Gakuru died at the Thika Level 5 Hospital where he had been rushed.
A 21-Year-Old disabled man whose photograph during the October 26 repeat presidential election went viral has received an early Christmas from President Uhuru Kenyatta. John Gichuhi Macharia, who was born without both upper limbs, caught the attention of State House after his plight was highlight
Just a Day Before His Death, Governor Wahome Gakuru Hosted Alliance High Students at His Home (PHOTOS)
The death of Nyeri Governor Dr. Wahome Gakuru caught the country by surprise on Tuesday morning. Dr. Gakuru died minutes after a grisly road accident along the Thika – Murang’a highway, when his vehicle lost control and hit a guard rail.