Here are links to some of the stories making headlines.
“Everyone feels anger, but after the anger it’s really hurtful because he’s looking down on a whole population of people and he’s so misinformed because these places have beautiful people,” he told Van Jones on the debut of his CNN program, “The Van Jones Show,” which aired Saturday on CNN.
Ingvar Kamprad, founder of IKEA, passed away at his home in Sweden at the age of 91, the company said on its official Instagram account. Born in 1926 in Småland, southern Sweden, Kamprad founded IKEA as a 17-year old in 1943.
“Yesterday afternoon, I was made aware, for the first time, of allegations of improper conduct by my chief of staff while under the employment of my office,” Rubio said in a statement. The statement did not mention Rubio’s chief of staff by name, but he has been identified as Clint Reed on his social media accounts, and a former aide confirmed he was the chief of staff.
Armed men stepped out of a vehicle and sprayed the partygoers with bullets, according to the Ceara state Public Security Secretariat. Police arrived at the scene on the outskirts of Fortaleza, a popular tourist city, shortly after midnight Saturday, the public security agency said.
Federer also collected his sixth crown in Australia — tying Roy Emerson and Novak Djokovic for the men’s lead — by defeating the sixth-ranked Croatian 6-2 6-7 (5-7) 6-3 3-6 6-1 in just over three hours in steamy Melbourne.
Falcon Heavy is a brand new rocket that’s set to launch for the first time ever on February 6, SpaceX announced on Saturday. The buzz can be attributed to the Falcon Heavy’s size: It will be the most powerful rocket in the world. It’s built by SpaceX — the industry-disrupting rocket maker started by billionaire Elon Musk.
The US Air Force awarded Boeing a $23.6 million contract in December to replace two of the five “cold chiller units” aboard the aircraft used by President Donald Trump. “The current rear lower lobe cold chiller units being replaced are the original commercial equipment delivered with the aircraft in 1990.
The Swedish founder of the Ikea furniture chain, Ingvar Kamprad, has died at the age of 91, the company has announced. Mr Kamprad died at his home in Småland, Ikea confirmed in a statement. The company said that Mr Kamprad was “one of the greatest entrepreneurs of the 20th century”.
Next week, France will hand over 3,000 sq m (9,942 sq ft) of its territory to Spain without a single shot being fired. But in six months’ time Spain will voluntarily hand back the land to France. As Chris Bockman reports, it’s been that way for more than 350 years.
Donald Trump has said he is not aware of any invitation to attend Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding. Asked whether he had received an invite for the 19 May wedding, the US president said “not that I know of”.
One of Japan’s largest digital currency exchanges has said it will refund most of the $534m (£380m) worth of virtual assets lost in a hacking attack. Coincheck has promised to use its own funds to reimburse more than 46bn yen ($423m) to customers who lost their NEM crypto-currency coins on Friday.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has criticised a proposed bill that would make it illegal to describe Nazi death camps as Polish. “I strongly oppose it. One cannot change history and the Holocaust cannot be denied,” he said in a statement.
More than 100 people are now believed to have been killed in a suicide bombing on Saturday in Kabul. Attackers drove an ambulance past a police checkpoint to get to a crowded street in a district full of government buildings and embassies.
LONDON, Jan 28 (Reuters) – U.S. President Donald Trump would take a “tougher” approach to Brexit negotiations than Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May, he said in a television interview to be broadcast later on Sunday.
In an interview with Piers Morgan that airs Sunday night in the UK, President Donald Trump used the word “terrible” to describe the initial decision last year by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to overturn an Obama era ban on the import of elephant trophies.
Russian bots retweeted Donald Trump messages close to half-a-million times in the weeks leading up to the presidential election, Twitter officials revealed to the Senate Judiciary Committee, CNN reports. Some 50,000 of the automated accounts linked to Russia retweeted Trump 10 times more often than they retweeted messages from his rival, Hillary Clinton, Twitter detailed in a written statement this month expanding on testimony to the committee last fall.
Jay-Z got political Saturday and lambasted Donald Trump ‘s reported “shithole” remarks about African countries as “disappointing – and hurtful.” “Everyone feels anger,” he said on the debut of CNN’s “The Van Jones Show.” “After the anger it’s really hurtful because he’s like looking down on a whole population of people, and you’re so misinformed because these places have beautiful people.
Years after Facebook and Google went public, regulators in the United States and abroad are finally taking a closer look at the internet behemoths. And they’re not only looking at the way these companies have come to dominate markets, but also examining the heart of the two firms’ business models.
WOMEN Piers Morgan tweeted his big breaking news to promote his presidential interview. Piers Morgan on Saturday delivered a piece of breaking news that wasn’t actually news. In a promotion for his show on Sunday, the TV host tweeted that President Donald Trump admitted he is not a feminist.
Good morning and welcome to another agonizing edition of “Who will Donald Trump scold on Twitter today?” Rise and shine, Jay-Z! Yes, on the morning of the Grammy awards, one of the greatest rappers alive – also Beyoncé’s husband – is Trump’s next Twitter target.
Despite how active President Donald Trump is on Twitter, he rarely smashes that “like” button. But on Friday night, Trump liked” his 25th tweet. The tweet concerned Steve Wynn, a billionaire casino mogul and RNC finance chair, over recent sexual assault allegations.
Elon Musk’s ” week or so” until the Falcon Heavy launch is now looking like it’ll be closer to two weeks. The SpaceX founder confirmed on Twitter that he’s “aiming” to have a Feb. 6 launch for the private aerospace company’s largest rocket to date.
It should come as no shock that President Donald Trump wants NASA to send its astronauts to the moon. Trump revived the National Space Council with Vice President Mike Pence as its head in part to redirect NASA toward sending humans back to the moon for the first time in decades.