Sunday, October 20, 2019
America is set to put a ban on bar & grills to help prevent further shootings. “Guns don’t kill people, bar & grills kill people,” says 53-year-old Charles Hicks. The U.S. has averaged more than one bar...
The Saudi Arabia government has released a statement saying the murder of missing journalist Jamal Kashoggi inside its consulate in Instanbul was an administrative error. A special team of 15 Saudi officials were sent into the...
Rapper Kanye West has met with US President Donald Trump in the Oval Office to discuss hydrogen-powered planes, mental health issues and iPhone passwords. “Take a look, zero, zero, zero, zero, zero, zero,” West told Trump...
US President Donald Trump is poised to impose tariffs on all laughter during his speeches overseas, following an address to the United Nations General Assembly defending his "America First" policies. “Believe me, I have tremendous chuckle...
Apple introduced its largest iPhone ever and a new line of watches that can detect heart problems and advise consumers on how to dodge taxes. The iPhones XS, XS Max, Xr and Apple Watch 4 can alert users...
Herald Sun cartoonist Mark Knight has been slammed in Japan for his depiction of Naomi Osaka at the US Open final. The cartoon, published yesterday, has been widely criticised as “racist” and “vile” by The Japan...
Ariana Grande has been forced to apologize for wearing a skirt that caused the Aretha Franklin funeral pastor to touch her breast. Bishop Charles H. Ellis III led Franklin’s funeral and had to awkwardly greet Grande...
North Korean spy agencies are seeing signs that US President Donald Trump is constructing new “little rocket man” funnies capable of reaching United States government representatives, according to officials familiar with the intelligence. Publically, Trump has...
US President Donald Trump has said he doesn't not reject US intelligence agencies' conclusion that Russia interfered in the 2016 election. He said he had misspoken on Monday and had meant to say he saw “no...
Several children trapped inside a dark hole on Nauru well away from the prying eyes of the Australian public “can stay there”, according to Australian officials. Immigration Minister Peter Dutton says children “trying to find adventure...