The two world leaders finally have that awkward sit-down.
The new budget proposal would slash more than $800 billion over the next 10 years on funds for Medicaid
An easy guide for today's crazy news avalanche.
The death toll has risen to at least 42, and more than 750 people injured.
President Trump defended his "absolute right" to share "highly classified" information with Russians.
Britain's defense minister Michael Fallon said that Theresa May will be ready to fire the country's nuclear weapons if they are necessary. There is no assurance that their enemies will not try to attack them.
The German government has approved a draft law that will fine erring networks up to $53 million.
The attempted missile launch came after the day the North Korea held a military parade in its capital marching to celebrate the birth anniversary. As the tension rises between U.S and North Korea, people in Pyongyang have forgotten that their lives might be put in danger if the untold war might unleash anytime between the U.S countries.
On Tuesday, hundreds of demonstrators had clashed with the security forces as they have tried to rally against the socialist President Nicolas Maduro. The opposition-controlled National Assembly called for a protest ahead of a vote by the lawmakers to diminish members of the country's top court.
The decision could reportedly set up a potential head to head amongst government and state regulators that could be costly for automakers and a pain for shoppers.
Mr. Maduro asks the United Nation for a help in boosting medicine supplies.
Prince William was greatly criticized because the entire Royal family except him was present in the official Commonwealth Day Services. But of course, a source defend the prince stating that William was just having a real good time with his friends. The trip has already been set a long time ago and was looking forward to a weekend to have some fun.
The Royal family will start moving in when Prince William finishes his two-year job being a pilot with the East Anglian Air Ambulance. When the Royal family moves in, the present residents of the Kensington Palace will have to make several spaces.
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