Global News

It comes after Mr Trump tweeted to say North Korea was "looking for trouble" and the USA would "solve the problem" with our without the help of China. "The last thing we want to see is a nuclear North Korea that threatens the coast of the United States or for that matter. any other country". China's Global Times said a new test would be a "slap in the face of the U.S.
  • Tillerson and Lavrov open tense meeting in Moscow

    Global News

    NPR's Lucian Kim reports that Lavrov went into talks "warning that the USA not repeat strikes against Syrian government forces". "And Russia would not say "right, now we'll do things how you want" from one day to the next". It is not the first time Mr Putin and Mr Tillerson have had talks. It was unclear whether Putin, who once gave Tillerson an "Order of Friendship" award, would grant the visiting American an audience.
  • Donald Trump gave go ahead for Syrian attack after series of meetings

    Donald Trump gave go ahead for Syrian attack after series of meetings

    Global News

    Haley said the USA was prepared to take further action in Syria but hoped it wouldn't be necessary. Such an inquiry will not, of course, sit well with Russian Federation, which is now demanding a U.N. Supporters of Mr Trump suggested that a one-off strike, which was in the U.S. national interest, did not breach the War Powers Resolution. But there could be other problems.
  • Toshiba's survival in doubt amid Westinghouse troubles

    Global News

    After twice missing deadlines, Toshiba reported a net loss of 648 billion yen ($5.9 billion) for the quarter ended in December. In February, the company, whose products include computer chips and household appliances, had forecast a 390 billion yen ($3.5 billion) loss for the fiscal year.
  • Carter Page now a 'no comment' on FBI investigations

    Global News

    Page issued a statement to Reuters on Tuesday, saying that he was "happy to hear" about the Post's report . They were able to convince a Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court judge there was probable cause to believe Page was acting as an agent of a foreign power, the Post said.
  • US, Russia: 'Low level of trust'

    US, Russia: 'Low level of trust'

    Global News

    Russian Federation says rebels dispersed whatever chemical agent was found, which the Trump administration calls a disinformation campaign. In the latest veto, Russian Federation blocked a draft resolution backed by the United States, France and Britain to denounce the attack in the town of Khan Sheikhoun and tell Assad's government to provide access for investigators and information such as flight plans.
  • 5 killed in Philippines clash

    5 killed in Philippines clash

    Global News

    The public should remain alert but not alarmed following the foiled Abu Sayyaf attack in Bohol as the government is "in control" of the security situation, Malacañang said on Wednesday (April 12). The gunmen sailed into the Bohol town of Inabanga on Monday, going upriver toward a remote section of the island aboard three fast boats, Inabanga police officer Edwin Melicor told AFP by telephone.
  • Bruins rally past Senators in Game 1

    Global News

    The iPads, which were tested late in the regular season, provide real-time video capabilities to show players how they're performing. "It's been a whirlwind". He overcelebrates everything that happens, which is a lot of fun when you cheer for him, but must get frustrating if you're on the opposing team. "He supported well, playing with Tommy Cross for the most part".
  • Steve King to Trump: Bannon is a 'lynchpin'

    Steve King to Trump: Bannon is a 'lynchpin'

    Global News

    On whether Trump will make changes, Ruddy said he wasn't privy to internal discussion but noted, "Donald Trump has a history of ignoring what everyone says or thinks and keeping people he likes for a long period of time ". The Trump White House has been a hotbed of palace intrigue since he took office on January 20. And one of them happens to be Bannon. Bannon preferred for the president to hash out the details of Trumpcare with the House Freedom Caucus, the libertarian extremists who ...
  • Jordan Spieth finds the water again on 12 at the Masters

    Jordan Spieth finds the water again on 12 at the Masters

    Global News

    Both Americans finished tied for 11th on one under par, eight shots behind Garcia, who beat Rose in a playoff. The wind gusts alone have wrecked havoc with the scores of some of the best ever to play the game. Justin Rose, of England, tips his hat on the 18th hole during the third round of the Masters golf tournament Saturday, April 8, 2017, in Augusta, Ga .