Eight people were killed and a dozen more were injured Tuesday in a terrorist attack when a Jihadist in a rented pickup truck deliberately drove down a bike path.
The Catalan regional Parliament has voted to declare its independence from Spain, while the Spanish Parliament has approved Madrid to impose direct rule over said region.
Professional multi-genre artist Rob Ritchie denied running for a Michigan Senate seat a mere four months since launching kidrockforsenate.com.
Only one other President had a history of media exploitation and constant shame before President Donald Trump and that was Abraham Lincoln.
Almost 54 years after the assassination of 35th President of the United States John Fitzgerald Kennedy, new documents have been released about the event.
Film maker and democrat, Michael Moore, hardly sold any seats during his broadway show.
The former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon attacked former President George W. Bush with a myriad of insults this past Friday at an annual Republican convention in California.
Nigel Farage had only got his foot in the door with the BREXIT vote, little did he know that BREXIT might not even happen at all.
On the 19th October, the 43rd President of the United States George W. Bush spoke at the Lincoln Centre in New York, where he spoke about freedom, free markets, and security.
The University of Illinois shows a study that certain bacteria in gluten can cause autism.
Sergeant Robert Bowe Bergdahl, now 31 years old, went into the U.S. Army in 2008, also having served 26 days in the Coast Guard in 2006.
The US has reason to believe that there will be another attack in the future just as big, or even bigger than, 9/11.
After striking their 15th death, which is their new 30 year long record, Deathlist is causing controversy in the mainstream media – being summarised as sadistic and immoral.
If you simply type “Sadiq Khan” into a Google search, you will get pages and pages about how Khan is a champion of moderate Muslim unity with their Jewish counterparts.
On Wednesday, 11th October, the Republican Party released an ambitious tax reform framework, with three goals, nine changes, and thirty-one reasons why we need tax-reform.
Leader of the Labour Party, Jeremy Corbyn, has criticised the idea that people are replaceable with computers.