Ilhan Omar's lover, who left his wife to be with Minnesota Congresswoman, says he never loved his spouse
Ilhan Omar's lover, who left his wife to be with Minnesota Congresswoman, says he never loved his spouse

Tim Mynett, Omar's campaign worker, said he stayed back with Beth Jordan, 17 years his senior, because he did not want to leave his little son.

As San Francisco drowns in filth, DA-elect Chesa Boudin says public urination 'will not be prosecuted'
As San Francisco drowns in filth, DA-elect Chesa Boudin says public urination 'will not be prosecuted'

The lawyer, who eyes criminal justice reform, is set to abide by his campaign promise even though SF continues to struggle with its problem with open filth.

America is not drinking milk much, forcing its biggest milk-producing company to file bankruptcy
America is not drinking milk much, forcing its biggest milk-producing company to file bankruptcy

People's shift to soda, juice, almond milk and other food items has seen a steady drop in demand and it has left the milk-producing firms to struggle. The demand for butter and cheese has not been affected though.

Sandy Hook shooting: Victims' kin to sue gun manufacturer Remington after Supreme Court nod
Sandy Hook shooting: Victims' kin to sue gun manufacturer Remington after Supreme Court nod

In a blow to the gun industry, the apex court refused to entertain an appeal from Remington Arms that made the weapon with which 26 lives were taken at the elementary school in Connecticut.

Donald Trump doesn't mind meeting dictators as long as it helps US interests: 'We want to help our people'
Donald Trump doesn't mind meeting dictators as long as it helps US interests: 'We want to help our people'

In a speech at the New York Economic Club on November 12, the president said he is never shy of meeting leaders, irrespective of how they rule their own lands.

Hillary Clinton 2020: Former candidate says she's under 'enormous pressure' to join presidential election race, but doesn't say by whom
Hillary Clinton 2020: Former candidate says she's under 'enormous pressure' to join presidential election race, but doesn't say by whom

The 72-year-old politician who contested the 2008 and 2016 elections without any success, ruled out joining the 2020 fray in March but her latest actions and words suggest that she could eventually be in.

US govt knew detaining migrant children was traumatic, in spite of that they still held 70,000 children in 2019, says report
US govt knew detaining migrant children was traumatic, in spite of that they still held 70,000 children in 2019, says report

Pregnant women and kids have been left to suffer in unfavorable conditions at the border as the official procedure gets dragged on.

Bernie Sanders won't buy back your guns: Democratic candidate slams Beto O’Rourke's 'unconstitutional' idea, calls it 'confiscation'
Bernie Sanders won't buy back your guns: Democratic candidate slams Beto O’Rourke's 'unconstitutional' idea, calls it 'confiscation'

The 2020 presidential hopeful said in Iowa recently that compulsory buying back of weapons is 'essentially confiscation' and he doesn't support it in principle.

The mystery of the USS Grayback: How a mistranslation kept the Navy from finding the submarine's final resting place for 75 years
The mystery of the USS Grayback: How a mistranslation kept the Navy from finding the submarine's final resting place for 75 years

USS Grayback (SS-208), which was sunk by Japanese bombing in 1944, was eventually tracked 100 miles from the area where it was originally thought to have drowned.

Trump slams ABC after leak shows studio tried to bury Epstein victim's interview: 'We no longer have freedom of the press'
Trump slams ABC after leak shows studio tried to bury Epstein victim's interview: 'We no longer have freedom of the press'

ABC News anchor Amy Robach was heard saying in a leaked audio clip saying ABC killed her interview with Virginia Roberts Giuffre, an accuser of the now-deceased Jeffrey Epstein

John Kelly and Rex Tillerson wanted to 'save the country' from Trump, claims Nikki Haley
John Kelly and Rex Tillerson wanted to 'save the country' from Trump, claims Nikki Haley

The former US ambassador to the UN is coming up with a new book in which she mentioned about the same. She also defended Trump against the ongoing impeachment drive in an interview.

Michael Bloomberg joins presidential race but only 4% of Democratic primary voters back him, finds poll
Michael Bloomberg joins presidential race but only 4% of Democratic primary voters back him, finds poll

Experts feel the billionaire former NYC mayor has a mountain to climb to bag the party's nomination and the Joe Biden campaign is already feeling the heat. It could see Hillary in the fray too, predicts another expert.

New poll finds 51 percent of Americans are opposed to transgender athletes taking part in women's sports
New poll finds 51 percent of Americans are opposed to transgender athletes taking part in women's sports

People's take on the transgenders' sporting rights has been found to be contradictory to their social rights, like serving in the military.

The rise and fall of Joe Biden: 5 factors that have seen former Democratic frontrunner slip to fourth position ahead of Iowa caucus
The rise and fall of Joe Biden: 5 factors that have seen former Democratic frontrunner slip to fourth position ahead of Iowa caucus

The former vice-president was a frontrunner till recently but now falls behind even Pete Buttigieg. What caused the long-serving politicians' slip? Well, there are many reasons.

2020 presidential poll a year away but 56% Americans feel it's a 'significant stressor', says psychological association survey
2020 presidential poll a year away but 56% Americans feel it's a 'significant stressor', says psychological association survey

The survey, which also found healthcare, mass shootings, climate change among other big stress-causing factors, said 52% people felt stressed out in the runup to the 2016 election.

Ilhan Omar's 'huge payout' to lover Tim Mynett's company rakes up a controversy, investigation sought
Ilhan Omar's 'huge payout' to lover Tim Mynett's company rakes up a controversy, investigation sought

National Legal and Policy Center had in August complained against the Congresswoman and her political consultant Mynett saying campaign funds were being used for travel to facilitate their romance.

Saudi Arabia recruited two former Twitter employees to gather personal data about critics of the regime, US court complaint reveals
Saudi Arabia recruited two former Twitter employees to gather personal data about critics of the regime, US court complaint reveals

It was alleged that the picked individuals were showered with designer watches and tens of thousands of dollars for carrying out the secret mission of targeting opposing voices.

Under Trump, millions of poor Americans lose access to subsidized  phone service for urgent needs, says report
Under Trump, millions of poor Americans lose access to subsidized phone service for urgent needs, says report

The Lifeline program has, since 1985, provided cheaper phone services to all low-income consumers to ensure that they stay connected to jobs, family, emergency services, and security.

McDonald's HR chief David Fairhurst quits company after CEO Steve Easterbrook's ouster, family cries foul: Report
McDonald's HR chief David Fairhurst quits company after CEO Steve Easterbrook's ouster, family cries foul: Report

While no official reasoning was given about Fairhurst's exit, his family alleged he was forced to quit because the firm believed he knew about the ousted CEO's affair with a colleague and yet did nothing.

Mexico president Lopez Obrador rejects Trump's offer to 'wage war' or use the army against drug cartels following Mormon family massacre
Mexico president Lopez Obrador rejects Trump's offer to 'wage war' or use the army against drug cartels following Mormon family massacre

After Trump mourned the massacre of nine American citizens, including six children, in northern Mexico and sought a joint mission against the cartels, Obrador said waging war against them in the past wasn't successful.

Ghazala Hashmi, Regina Romero achieve historic firsts in US elections 2019
Ghazala Hashmi, Regina Romero achieve historic firsts in US elections 2019

Ghazala, an Indian-American, became the first Muslim woman to get elected to Virginia state election and Regina was named the first Latina mayor of Tucson.

New poll says 62 percent of Trump supporters will vote for him in 2020 elections no matter what he does
New poll says 62 percent of Trump supporters will vote for him in 2020 elections no matter what he does

The poll conducted by Monmouth University showed the strict polarization among voters over Trump as 70% also said that they will not approve of the president under any circumstances.

Arnold Schwarzenegger goes cycling with his 'hero' Greta Thunberg around Santa Monica after lending her his electric car earlier
Arnold Schwarzenegger goes cycling with his 'hero' Greta Thunberg around Santa Monica after lending her his electric car earlier

The 'Terminator' said in May this year that he was 'starstruck' when he met the teen activist for the first time. The Swedish sensation opened the summit of R20 Regions of Climate Change which was founded by the actor in 2011

'Covfefe': Trump defends cryptic, incomplete 2017 tweet, suggests it might have 'deep meaning'
'Covfefe': Trump defends cryptic, incomplete 2017 tweet, suggests it might have 'deep meaning'

On May 31, 2017, Trump's post-midnight tweet read, 'Despite the negative press covfefe...', and the incomplete sentence left everybody confused

Trump to face competition from Biden, Sanders and Warren in battleground states, says new poll on 2020 elections
Trump to face competition from Biden, Sanders and Warren in battleground states, says new poll on 2020 elections

The seven states that featured in the poll are Michigan, Arizona, Florida, Iowa, North Carolina, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania. Trump was locked in a tight race with his three potential Democratic challengers in states like Arizona, Iowa and Michigan.

Trump hugs Washington Nationals catcher Kurt Suzuki from behind after he wears red MAGA cap to White House celebration
Trump hugs Washington Nationals catcher Kurt Suzuki from behind after he wears red MAGA cap to White House celebration

The Nationals players visited the White House following their World Series victory over the Astros and the president couldn't control his excitement seeing the MAGA cap on display.

Smugglers cutting through Trump's 'virtually impenetrable' $10 billion border wall using $100 reciprocating saws
Smugglers cutting through Trump's 'virtually impenetrable' $10 billion border wall using $100 reciprocating saws

The president said though the wall is powerful, one can 'cut through anything'.

Trump impeachment probe: More Americans feel House members driven by politics rather than duty, finds survey
Trump impeachment probe: More Americans feel House members driven by politics rather than duty, finds survey

While more Americans approve the impeachment probe against the President, only a third says the inquiry should be a top priority for Congress, according to an AP-NORC poll.

Ronan Farrow says Bill Clinton has been 'credibly accused of rape', backs 1999 claim by Juanita Broaddrick
Ronan Farrow says Bill Clinton has been 'credibly accused of rape', backs 1999 claim by Juanita Broaddrick

The author-journalist spoke about the allegations that nursing home administrator Juanita Broaddrick had brought up two decades ago. Broaddrick, now 76, accused the former president of raping her in a hotel room in Arkansas in 1978.

McDonald's sacks CEO Stephen Easterbrook for having affair with employee and violating company policy
McDonald's sacks CEO Stephen Easterbrook for having affair with employee and violating company policy

On Friday, November 1, Easterbrook's golden run in McDonald's came to a halt as the company board voted in favor of his ouster in a review

Trump's judicial nominee Lawrence VanDyke breaks down at hearing after being accused he would not be fair to LGBT people
Trump's judicial nominee Lawrence VanDyke breaks down at hearing after being accused he would not be fair to LGBT people

A letter from the American Bar Association said VanDyke's accomplishments are offset by the assessments of interviewees that he is arrogant, lazy and an ideologue.

America's local jails have more incarcerated women than state prisons, 60% of them not convicted, says report
America's local jails have more incarcerated women than state prisons, 60% of them not convicted, says report

The growing number of unconvicted women in jails points out that incarcerated females have lower incomes than their male counterparts and that makes it difficult for them to afford the money bail.

Joe Biden's new super PAC is a registered foreign agent lobbying for Azerbaijan, say reports
Joe Biden's new super PAC is a registered foreign agent lobbying for Azerbaijan, say reports

Larry Rasky, a lobbyist who has worked earlier as a top campaign operative for Biden, is listed as the treasurer of the PAC, as per the Federal Election Commission records.

EXCLUSIVE:  By killing Al-Baghdadi Trump may have offered ISIS a comeback route, but it's not up to the West to confront terror group
EXCLUSIVE: By killing Al-Baghdadi Trump may have offered ISIS a comeback route, but it's not up to the West to confront terror group

Professor Ibrahim Al-Marashi said while the top leader's death in Syria recently has given a serious blow to the IS, it still poses a threat as a terrorist outfit.

NCAA agrees to allow college athletes to make money from the use of their names and images in historic move
NCAA agrees to allow college athletes to make money from the use of their names and images in historic move

The governing body had vehemently protested when California passed a bill to allow the athletes to earn endorsement deals last month

US House recognizes Armenian genocide: 5 things to know about World War I mass killings by Ottomans
US House recognizes Armenian genocide: 5 things to know about World War I mass killings by Ottomans

The Democrats, who dominate the House, also called on President Trump to impose sanctions on Turkey over its recent Syria offensive.

Michelle Obama rakes up racism, recalls her younger days when white families 'fled' black neighborhoods
Michelle Obama rakes up racism, recalls her younger days when white families 'fled' black neighborhoods

The former first lady said she experienced the 'white flight' phenomenon as a kid and conceded that it still remains an issue.

Republicans still critical of Trump's Syria move despite Al-Baghdadi's death, say it's all about what makes him look good on TV
Republicans still critical of Trump's Syria move despite Al-Baghdadi's death, say it's all about what makes him look good on TV

While many of Trump's loyalists were left surprised with the Syria move, Philip Zelikow, an administrative veteran, flayed the president's foreign policy saying it is all about what looks good on TV on the day.

Georgia death row inmate Ray Jefferson Cromartie's  last wish was an unbelievable 11-course meal that stunned everyone
Georgia death row inmate Ray Jefferson Cromartie's last wish was an unbelievable 11-course meal that stunned everyone

52-year-old Ray Jefferson Cromartie was convicted of killing a store worker in Thomasville in 1994 and is set to be injected with a lethal injection on October 30 after his last bid to get clemency was struck down

Joe Biden denied Holy Communion by South Carolina Catholic church over his unclear stance on abortion
Joe Biden denied Holy Communion by South Carolina Catholic church over his unclear stance on abortion

The priest at the Florence parish said it is his duty to minister to those entrusted to his care and that he must do so irrespective of the odds.

Bernie Sanders slams America's overfriendliness with Israel, wants 'carte blanche' aid to Netanyahu regime scrapped
Bernie Sanders slams America's overfriendliness with Israel, wants 'carte blanche' aid to Netanyahu regime scrapped

The Vermont senator said that Washington should instead leverage its foreign aid to Israel worth $3.8 billion a year to bring change in its behavior. Critics say Sanders is too rooting for 'quid pro quo'.

Former North Carolina senator Kay Hagan dies at 66 after battling prolonged illness from tick bite
Former North Carolina senator Kay Hagan dies at 66 after battling prolonged illness from tick bite

The former banker-turned-politician died in her sleep at her home in Greensboro, North Carolina, of encephalitis or brain inflammation which is caused by a rare virus that spreads from ticks to human beings

Joe Biden says people vote for Trump because he is 'racist', labels him a 'charlatan' for dividing American people
Joe Biden says people vote for Trump because he is 'racist', labels him a 'charlatan' for dividing American people

Biden called the 2020 election as the "most important" one irrespective of the voters' age and it is not because he is contesting but because of Trump who he slammed as a "charlatan"

Trump shares photo of hero dog that helped capture Al-Baghdadi after top US general refuses to reveal the canine's identity
Trump shares photo of hero dog that helped capture Al-Baghdadi after top US general refuses to reveal the canine's identity

Trump pinned the tweet featuring the image of the dog that cornered Al-Baghdadi inside a tunnel where he blew himself up. But Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Mark Milley said in Pentagon on Monday that they were not releasing photos or names of dogs yet

Samsung's 'SpaceSelfie' satellite crashes into Michigan woman's front yard; company says it's coming round to pick it up!
Samsung's 'SpaceSelfie' satellite crashes into Michigan woman's front yard; company says it's coming round to pick it up!

Nancy Mumby-Welke called the event 'unbelievable' and thanked that nobody was outside when it happened.

Washington Post calls ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi 'austere religious scholar', changes obituary headline after fierce backlash
Washington Post calls ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi 'austere religious scholar', changes obituary headline after fierce backlash

The news outlet was slammed not just by the White House but also journalists for its soft portrayal of the world-renowned terrorist

Al-Baghdadi's final moments: Helicopter gunfires, elite troops and well-trained dogs pushed IS leader to corner where he blew himself up
Al-Baghdadi's final moments: Helicopter gunfires, elite troops and well-trained dogs pushed IS leader to corner where he blew himself up

The terrorist entered a dead-end tunnel and detonated his suicide vest, killing himself along with three child hostages

Former Saddam Hussein aide Abdullah Qardash reportedly takes up Islamic State reins after death of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi
Former Saddam Hussein aide Abdullah Qardash reportedly takes up Islamic State reins after death of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi

Also known as 'Professor', Qardash or Hajji Abdullah al-Afari is set to lead the terror outfit in trying times. Known for his ruthlessness, the man could face internal division in the group as well.

Who is Kayla Mueller? Mission to eliminate Baghdadi was named after hostage who was tortured and raped by the ISIS leader himself
Who is Kayla Mueller? Mission to eliminate Baghdadi was named after hostage who was tortured and raped by the ISIS leader himself

The top official of the Donald Trump administration said during an interview that the mission was named by Chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff General Mark Milley. Mueller was kidnapped in Syria in 2013 and was repeatedly raped and tortured before she reportedly died in a coaltion airstrike.

Over 5,400 children have been separated from their families at the US-Mexico border under Trump: Report
Over 5,400 children have been separated from their families at the US-Mexico border under Trump: Report

After Donald Trump took office, 1,500 more children were separated from their parents at the Mexico border, the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) said on Thursday, October 24

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