http://www.bostonherald.com/sites/default/files/styles/gallery/public/media/2018/06/16/061618warrenJP05.jpg

Worldwide

Even after Kelly stopped talking publicly about family separation, the Department of Homeland Security quietly tested the approach last summer in certain areas in Texas . "I don't see a reason to spend the money doing that", Rep. Steve King, R-Iowa, said in an interview Friday . Stories of weeping children torn from the arms of their frightened parents have emerged since a "zero tolerance" policy on illegal entries was enforced, with all cases now being referred for criminal ...
  • Dozens dead as Hodeidah offensive enters its second day

    Dozens dead as Hodeidah offensive enters its second day

    Worldwide

    UAE-backed Yemeni forces - drawn from southern separatists, local units from the Red Sea coastal plain and a battalion led by a nephew of late former president Ali Abdullah Saleh - are fighting alongside Emirati and Sudanese troops. In a report on Tuesday, the Wall Street Journal confirmed that the United States is providing the Saudis with "intelligence to fine-tune their list of airstrike targets" in Hodeida.
  • Kim invites Trump to visit Pyongyang as North hails 'radical switchover'

    Kim invites Trump to visit Pyongyang as North hails 'radical switchover'

    Worldwide

    The United States and the DPRK commit to establish new U.S. -DPRK relations in accordance with the desire of the peoples of the two countries for peace and prosperity. In turn, Washington committed to provide security guarantees for North Korea, though the joint statement was light on specifics. There was even a touch of warmth over the side-by-side stroll by Trump and Kim on the grounds of the hotel used for the summit venue.
  • Primary elections in SC: What you need to know

    Primary elections in SC: What you need to know

    Worldwide

    Polls are open Tuesday from 6 a.m.to 7 p.m. Photo identification will be required. Frostman's win represents the 43rd state legislative seat Democrats have flipped since Trump took office in January 2017, a trend that national Democratic operatives argue shows voters are prepared to rebuke the President in November.
  • Tearful Rodman claims vindication for Kim ties

    Worldwide

    CNN's Chris Cuomo , appearing disturbed, awkwardly stared as Rodman rambled about Eddie Vedder from the 1990s rock group Pearl Jam, his former coach Phil Jackson and his self-promoting weed cryptocurrency t-shirt. "I've never seen that side of North Korea". The company also sponsored one of Rodman's previous trips to the country, where he alleged gifted Kim a copy of Trump's book The Art of the Deal .
  • Italy claims 'victory' after Spain offers to take in migrant ship

    Italy claims 'victory' after Spain offers to take in migrant ship

    Worldwide

    Passengers include 11 children and seven pregnant women, as well as 123 unaccompanied minors. In a statement it said the Aquarius took on the migrants in worldwide waters off Libya and rescue operations were coordinated by Italy. "The boat is now heading north towards a secure port", SOS Mediterranee tweeted on Sunday without specifying its destination, though virtually every such migrant boat over the past five years has ended up in Italy.
  • Woman Arrested For Transporting Children In Dog Kennels

    Worldwide

    Temperatures in the area reached about 35 degrees Celsius. A Memphis woman allegedly placed her two grandchildren kennels and drove them around for at least 40 minutes. The Memphis Police Department even posted about the case on its Facebook page Sunday to confirm her arrest. The children are OK, according to police, but the same can't be said for Leimome Cheeks .
  • Trump decides to leave G7 meeting in Quebec early after trade dispute

    Trump decides to leave G7 meeting in Quebec early after trade dispute

    Worldwide

    We probably don't need to tell you this, but the reality TV show judge and Fresh Prince of Bel Air guest-star appears to be a bit of a pain in the arse at meetings like this. "If they retaliate, they're making a mistake", he warned, insisting that the United States has much less to lose than its partners in the event of world trade breaking down.
  • Trump inclined to support legalisation easing US ban on Marijuana

    Trump inclined to support legalisation easing US ban on Marijuana

    Worldwide

    Elizabeth Warren , D-Massachusetts, and Cory Gardner , R-Colorado, unveiled Thursday. Gardner says the bill will protect public safety by giving legitimate marijuana businesses acccess to banking. Republican Sen. Cory Gardner and Democrat Sen. Despite its lack of specificity on some key issues, the Warren-Gardner marijuana reform bill is considered by many to be a first step forward in marijuana legislation reform and a possible compromise amenable to entrenched interests on both sides.
  • Trump Floats Pardon of Muhammad Ali, Who Doesn’t Need One

    Worldwide

    Ali remained free while he appealed the conviction , but he was stripped of his world heavyweight title and his boxing license. However, the Supreme Court ruled in his favor in 1971, ending his legal battle. Ali died in 2016. We are looking at them. He said he has a list of 3,000 potential names who are being considered for clemency. "There is no conviction from which a pardon is needed", he added.
  • Cop who punched woman on New Jersey beach will not face charges

    Cop who punched woman on New Jersey beach will not face charges

    Worldwide

    She's not the person she was made out to be, she says. "So when they smashed my head into the ground, I had all this sand in my mouth... when they got me on my stomach, I turned around to go spit it out", Weinman said. As for the spitting accusation, Weinman says she got sand in her mouth during the altercation. "And that's not the case", Weinman said of that decision.
  • Women emerge from party primary elections

    Women emerge from party primary elections

    Worldwide

    The Republican establishment also had a good night, including the strong second-place finish for Cox in California. Since Trump first took office early a year ago, Newsom has dedicated his work to counteracting Trump's policies on everything from immigration to legal weed , running his campaign under the purposely antagonistic tagline, "Resistance With Results ".
  • Mass evacuation begins as volcano erupts in Guatemala

    Mass evacuation begins as volcano erupts in Guatemala

    Worldwide

    The disaster agency said more than 3,200 people had left affected areas. Rescuers struggled to reach rural residents cut off by a volcanic eruption that killed at 25 people near Guatemala's capital, and authorities feared the death toll could rise with an undetermined number of people unaccounted for.