As we wind up another week, these are the top headlines in the world today.
For the last three years, Rudy Giuliani seemed to roam the world with impunity as a kind of rogue ambassador to President Donald Trump, swatting aside concerns from US national security aides and diplomats as he carried out the President’s bidding.
Protesters in Hong Kong will hold a celebratory, pro-US rally Thursday after President Donald Trump gave them what one prominent activist termed a “timely Thanksgiving present.”
An Armenian-born spy whom the Kremlin says helped to thwart a Nazi plot to assassinate Winston Churchill, Franklin D. Roosevelt and Joseph Stalin in 1943 has died aged 93.
Taiwanese-Canadian model and actor Godfrey Gao has died, his agency said Wednesday. He was 35.
British celebrity chef Gary Rhodes has died aged 59, his family says.
At least one in every two people in India have paid a bribe in the past year, according to a new national corruption report, which branded the practice “part and parcel of daily life.”
A man who left Australia shortly before a woman was found dead in a freezer in his apartment is being questioned by authorities in China’s central Sichuan province, New South Wales (NSW) police announced Thursday.
The 18,000-year-old body of a near perfectly preserved (CNN) – puppy has left scientists puzzled. Russian scientists discovered the body of the canine near Yakutsk, in eastern Siberia. Preserved by permafrost, the specimen’s nose, fur and teeth are remarkably intact.
The cows were transplanted to a wild, expansive field beneath the summer sun. It was a cow’s (virtual) paradise.
Conservative organization Republicans for the Rule of Law has called out President Donald Trump with yet another critical ad. In its new 32-second clip released online Wednesday, the group questions the White House’s refusal to allow key witnesses in the Ukraine scandal to testify before Congress in the impeachment inquiry against Trump.
With his Thanksgiving vacation, President Donald Trump ‘s golf hobby has now cost Americans an estimated $115 million in travel and security expenses ― the equivalent of 287 years of the presidential salary he frequently boasts about not taking.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle celebrated the two-year anniversary of their engagement announcement by sharing a never-before-seen photo on their social media accounts. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex released three photos, one from when they announced their engagement at Kensington Palace, a second from their wedding day and a third picture that shows the new parents on the day they introduced son Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor to the world.
Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg, who nearly a decade ago claimed that lower rates of educational achievement among minorities from poor neighborhoods stemmed from a lack of role models, on Tuesday walked back the remarks after being labeled ” a lying motherfucker ” in a searing op-ed.
“Supergirl” star Melissa Benoist says she is sharing her experience surviving domestic violence in the hopes that it will give others the strength to escape similar circumstances. The 31-year-old actor known for her role as Kara Danvers/Supergirl in the long-running TV series, on Wednesday posted an emotional account on Instagram of what she describes as months of domestic abuse.
Twitter forgot about dead people. The social media giant awkwardly copped to that fact late Wednesday morning with a tweet admitting that, perhaps, its recently announced plan to free up inactive accounts for new registration may not have been entirely thought through.
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Despite the divisive design and not-fully-bulletproof windows, Tesla’s futuristic Cybertruck is doing great, at least in terms of pre-orders. According to Tesla CEO Elon Musk, there have been 250,000 pre-orders for the vehicle so far. Given that a pre-order requires a $100 deposit, this has given Tesla a nice $25 million cash infusion.
What, and I simply can’t stress this next part enough, the hell did Trump just do? It’s the Wednesday before Thanksgiving, and we’re all just trying to survive. Did we need the president of United States to mess with us on Twitter? We FOR SURE did not.