The 65-year-old actress struggled to keep her composure while explaining her damaging social media post about a former adviser to Barack Obama.'I didn’t mean what they think I meant' »
After receiving word that her unborn baby no longer had a heartbeat, it was hard to imagine how things could get worse for Nicole Arteaga, until they did. The Arizona mother is speaking out after she said a Walgreens pharmacist refused to provide her with a prescription drug that would help her miscarry her deceased fetus, telling her that providing it would violate his personal beliefs. “I experienced something no women should ever have to go [through], especially under these circumstances,” Arteaga posted on Facebook Friday.
In a historic change, Saudi Arabia’s ban on women drivers has come to an end, meaning women in the country no longer need to rely on drivers or male relatives for transportation.
Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee (R) suggested that MS-13 gang members are supporters of Nancy Pelosi, two days after Pelosi condemned the policy of separating children from parents at the U.S.-Mexico border. “Nancy Pelosi introduces her campaign committee for the take back of the House,” Huckabee tweeted, along with a photo of men making signs associated with MS-13, a violent gang that began in Los Angeles in the 1980s. Nancy Pelosi introduces her campaign committee for the take back of the House.
An official of a West Texas organization that's receiving around 30 immigrant parents who were separated from their children after entering the country illegally says "there's no magic bullet" to reuniting the families. The released parents were arriving Sunday to El Paso's Annunciation House. Legal coordinator Taylor Levy says she doesn't know where their children, including toddlers, are and the parents haven't been able to speak with them.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan was proclaimed the winner early Monday of a landmark election that ushers in a government system granting the president sweeping new powers and which critics say will cement what they call a one-man rule.
Five men repeatedly stabbed Lesandro (Junior) Guzman-Feliz with machetes and knives on Wednesday night in the Bronx. According to CBS New York, Lesandro was attacked by a group of five men who were in a local gang.
A freight train that derailed in Iowa is leaking crude oil into a river, raising concerns that water supplies downstream could be contaminated. Some of the tankers were damaged, causing them to gush oil into flooded fields and the rain-swollen Rock River. “We are containing the oil that was spilled as close to the incident as possible using containment booms and recovering it with skimmers and vacuum trucks,” said BNSF Railway spokesman Andy Williams.
Zimbabwe's vice president Constantino Chiwenga and his wife sustained minor injuries from a blast at a political rally, a source close to President Emmerson Mnangagwa told Reuters on Saturday. "Mrs Chiwenga was slightly injured. Mnangagwa's spokesman said earlier that the president was not hurt in the blast at a stadium in the second city of Bulawayo and was taken to safety.
Tripoli (AFP) - Five migrants died and nearly 200 were rescued off the coast of Libya while trying to cross the Mediterranean to Europe in two boats, the Libyan navy said Saturday.Three children and nine women were among 94 migrants rescued on Friday
Kasie Hunt, Erick Erickson, Heather McGhee, and Stephen Hayes join the Meet the Press roundtable to discuss the President’s “zero tolerance” immigration policy.
Fallon was accused of going to easy on then-presidential candidate Trump after the hair-tousling interview in 2016, which resulted in a ratings loss for the popular host. ″[Jimmy Fallon] is now whimpering to all that he did the famous ‘hair show’ with me (where he seriously messed up my hair), & that he would have now done it differently because it is said to have ‘humanized’ me-he is taking heat,” Trump wrote on Sunday.
U.S. immigration officials arrested and detained for two weeks a 19-year-old woman who said she accidentally crossed into the United States from Canada while jogging on the beach. Cedella Roman, a French citizen, was apprehended on May 21 in Blaine, Washington, roughly half-a-mile from the U.S.-Canada border, according to a statement released by U.S. Customs and Border Protection. Roman told CBC News she had been out jogging during a visit to British Columbia, where her mother lives.
Recep Tayyip Erdogan looked on course to win re-election in Turkey last night, according to state media, but the Turkish opposition claimed the results were being manipulated in the president’s favour. Mr Erdogan needed to win more than 50 per cent of the vote in order to win the election in one round and avoid going into a run-off against his main challenger Muharrem Ince, the candidate of the centre-left Republican People’s Party (CHP).
Saudi women steered their way through busy city streets on Sunday, driving to work, running errands and relishing a new era in which they are allowed to drive and no longer need to rely on men to move around. A longstanding ban on women driving was lifted at midnight, ushering in a historic moment for women who have been at the mercy of their husbands, fathers, brothers and drivers for transportation. The 27-year-old mother of two is a driving instructor for women and already had a driver's license from the U.S., where she'd spent time in Tennessee studying.
Sen. Angus King (I-Maine) joins Meet the Press for an exclusive interview to talk about the stalled negotiations with the White House over immigration.
Clara Daly, 15, was traveling with her mother from Boston to Los Angeles on Alaska Airlines earlier this week when she used her sign language skills to help establish better communication with Tim Cook, who was flying home from visiting his sister. “Clara was amazing,” an Alaska flight attendant said in a press release.
By Aaron Maasho ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) - Ethiopia's new Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed escaped a grenade attack on Saturday at a rally in the capital that killed one person and left scores wounded, officials and witnesses said. The attack was launched by an unidentified assailant moments after 41-year-old prime minister, a former soldier who took office in April, finished his speech to tens of thousands of people gathered in the centre of Addis Ababa. A witness saw Abiy whisked away by guards.
Former First Lady Michelle Obama opened up about race and the elevated expectations that come with being “the first” while speaking at the American Library Association’s annual conference in New Orleans on Friday. “Barack and I knew very early that we would be measured by a different yardstick,” Obama said of her husband’s tenure as the nation’s first black president during a conversation with Librarian of Congress Dr. Carla Hayden.
Erick Erickson and Heather McGhee ask whether activists are right to protest people within the Trump Administration in their private lives.
Sen. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) warned Sunday that he’s prepared to oppose President Donald Trump’s judicial nominees unless the Senate votes on legislation curtailing the president’s power to unilaterally impose tariffs on other countries. If he joins Democrats on the committee in not allowing Trump’s judicial nominees a floor vote, he’d have substantial leverage over Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.), who has made confirming judges a top priority. “On something like tariffs, for example, the Senate ought to bring legislation to the floor that says, ‘Hey, we’re going push back here.’... Canada, Mexico are not national security threats,” Flake added on ABC.
Pastor Chris Sonksen explains why he's telling people to quit church, or at least the modern idea of church.
Otay Mesa (United States) (AFP) - "Where are the children?" several women shout together from behind the detention center wall. This was the short interplay Saturday between hundreds of protesters and people being held at a US detention center for undocumented migrants in Otay Mesa, on the border with Mexico. A group of people held at the center had been separated from their children as part of President Donald Trump's "zero tolerance" policy.
Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah has been given honorary citizenship in Russia's Chechnya republic by Ramzan Kadyrov, the strongman ruler who has been accused of human rights violations including the widespread torture of gay men. Kadyrov handed Mr Salah a decree declaring him a citizen and pinned a medal on his chest at a dinner in honour of the Egypt team, who are training in Chechnya during the World Cup. “Mohamed Salah thanked us for our surprisingly warm and good hospitality, great affection for the team and excellent conditions for their stay and training,” Kadyrov, who was banned last year from his beloved Instagram, wrote on Russian social network VK.
By Charlotte Greenfield WELLINGTON (Reuters) - New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced on Sunday she had named her new-born daughter Neve Te Aroha as she prepared to leave hospital amidst an outpouring of public excitement. Ardern appeared before dozens of reporters and a flurry of camera flashes at Auckland City Hospital in her first appearance since giving birth, thanking the public for their support as her three-day-old daughter slept in her arms. Sleep deprived, but really well," Ardern said.