Bill Shine, Trump’s Top Communicator, Was Questioned by Federal Prosecutors
Bill Shine, the White House deputy chief of staff for communications, arriving in London last week. He steered clear of any public role in mitigating the turmoil from the president’s trip through Europe.
Taiwan shares higher at close of trade; Taiwan Weighted up 0.89%
Investing.com – Taiwan equities were higher at the close on Friday, as gains in theSemiconductor,OptoelectronicandElectronicssectors propelled shares higher.
Japan Heat Wave Kills at Least 30 Just Days After Deadly Floods | The Weather Channel
Temperatures soared as high as 105 degrees in some areas of the nation as the days-long heat wave intensified, and thousands of citizens suffered from heat-related illnessesthat required hospitalization, according to the Japan Times. Residents were urged to stay in air-conditioned buildings and hydr
She's made history at Wimbledon, now South Africa wheelchair tennis star has her eyes on the top spot
Kgothatso Montjane of South Africa during her match against Diede De Groot of The Netherlands at the NEC Wheelchair Tennis Masters at Loughborough University on December 1, 2017 in Loughborough, England. Photo by Ben Hoskins/Getty Images for The Tennis Foundation)
Putin appears to be targeting U.S. officials who worked on Russia sanctions
Former U.S. ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul, shown in 2013 at the Foreign Ministry in Moscow. (Misha Japaridze/AP) Almost from the day he arrived in Moscow as the U.S. ambassador in 2012, Michael McFaul and his family were subjected to a campaign of surveillance and harassment. According to McFa