A 35-year-old man has been arrested over the stabbing deaths of two men on a commuter train in Portland, Oregon.
President Donald Trump’s firing of FBI director James Comey continues to reverberate in the KremlinGate scandal, which threatens to consume the Trump administration. By abruptly removing Comey, then mangling his excuses for why he did so, Trump created a needless crisis for the White House which shows no signs of abating. The impartial observer might think that Trump fired Comey because he feared what the FBI’s counterintelligence investigation of the president’s contacts with Russia might reveal-as the commander in chief has essentially admitted. Moreover, Trump’s inappropriate efforts to secure Comey’s personal “loyalty” had fallen flat-the FBI director rightly assured the president of his
Zillow estimates values for 110 million homes across America as “zestimates,” but many have questioned the company’s accuracy, including one homeowner who claims she can’t sell her home because of it.
Showing up to an economic summit in a single piece of clothing that costs more than most Americans make in a year may just be one of Melania Trump's biggest blunders to date. The first lady stepped out to attend the G7 summit, wearing a 3D floral Dolce & Gabbana coat that rings in at a cool $51,000 - or, basically, showed up with a BMW draped over her shoulders. While we're all for a splurge here and there, there's a time, a place, and, most importantly, a scale. This move makes Michelle Obama's Lanvin sneakers look like chump change; in fact, it makes some single-family homes look like a steal. Maybe Michelle could give Melania a few fashion pointers - like how to find a few great pieces at
Despite reports of US and Chinese military buildups, North Korea's increased pace of provocations, and the Trump administration's claims that "all options are on the table," the US would have to be insane to attack North Korea. The US has deployed the world's most advanced missile-defense system to South Korea, to protect against ballistic missiles. The US has a carrier strike group, the most powerful unit of naval power in existence, near North Korea's shores.
The skydiver who fell to his death in a California vineyard was wearing a specialized jumpsuit that resembles a flying squirrel and was undertaking an extreme but growing sport that can send people soaring through the air at speeds of more than 200 mph. Matthew Ciancio, 42, crashed Wednesday afternoon after undertaking a jump with the Lodi Parachute Center, about 30 miles south of Sacramento. The Federal Aviation Administration says it's investigating and has not announced a cause of the accident. Bill Dause, a spokesman for the Lodi Parachute Center, said witnesses told him that Ciancio jumped from 13,000 feet and released his parachute at about 4,000 feet. Dause said the witnesses saw Ciancio