Trump is trying to throw world leaders off-balance so that he can extract more trade concessions from them; or he is just adrift.
Corporate charitable contributions may bend laws and regulations in ways that boost profits rather than serve the public’s interests.
The role of baseball in Japanese-U.S. diplomacy has a long and rich history after it was introduced to the Japanese people in the 1870s.
Serving police officers being members of the Freemasons has been a recurring theme in policing in England and Wales for some 50 years.
The Indian Railways company has received 28 million applications for its 90 thousands new positions, opened as part of a $130 billion modernization plan.
Uwe Huck, the head of Porsche works council and deputy chairman of Porsche supervisory said that evening work-related emails should be returned to sender.
Yachya and Maria met in 2010 in China and decided to move to Yachya’s hometown, the Syrian capital Damascus. As they were preparing for their marriage, the civil war broke out, in 2011. So they fled to Maria’s hometown, in eastern Ukraine.
CITY SAID PARK STAIRCASE COSTS OVER $65K BUT A RETIREE BUILT IT FOR $500 ONLY A retiree from Toronto, Canada, has built a staircase in a public park to safeguard residents from a risky slope.
The World Taekwondo Federation (WTF) general assembly has decided to change its name to World Taekwondo. The previous one, in use since the establishment of the federation in 1973, has been abandoned for its negative connotation, as it refers to the acronym WTF.
During a press conference, after the inauguration of a new Airport in Dhi Qar province, the Iraqi transport minister made a very controversial statement. He said that the region hosted the first airport in the history of man-kind, constructed by the Sumerians, 5,000 years BC.
On November 24, 2014, Michael Hanline walked out of the Ventura County jail a free man after serving 36 years for a murder he did not commit. The Ventura County District Attorney agreed to reversing
The synchronicity of Richard Nixon’s resurgence in the 1980s with Gorbachev’s rise, and his curious 1991 trip to the Soviet Union, show clearly that he had an active role in the intelligence strategy that led to the fall of the Soviet Union.
On Wednesday July 25th 1990, the Iraqi president Saddam Hussein met with the US ambassador April Glaspie. The meeting’s outcome has had a vital impact on the whole region. Its ramifications are still haunting Iraq, Syria, Iran and the Gulf countries until now.
The Defense Department’s Strategic Automated Command and Control System, used to exchange emergency messages with US nuclear forces is still running on an IBM platform from the 1970s. The system uses 8inch floppy disks, the
Under ancient Jewish law, unanimous conviction in a capital crime was considered as too good to be correct. The absence of dissenting opinions among the judges was seen a proof that the suspect is very