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2 November 2017 4:48 PM Fore!Donald Trump’s agenda in Asia is a mystery

But he gets a little credit for showing up FOR those concerned about American neglect of Asia, it is an accomplishment of sorts that Donald Trump is coming to the region at all. A creature of habit, America’s president is uncomfortable spending nights away from his own bed. And now, with the first indictments in Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian 1102

16 October 2017 11:28 PM If North Korea Attacks the U.S. With a Nuclear Bomb, Everyone and Everything Will Be Destroyed in the Target Area

The back-and-forth jabs between President Donald Trump and North Korea’s Kim Jong Un has Americans wondering if they could survive a nuclear blast on U.S. soil. Google saw a spike in searches on “how to survive a nuclear attack” after Trump threatened “fire and fury like the world has never seen before” against North Korea in August. North Korea later 86

30 September 2017 6:03 PM Trump called San Juan's mayor a weak leader. Here's what her leadership looks like

When Hurricane Maria destroyed the infrastructure of Puerto Rico, the mayor of San Juan became the spokeswoman of a stranded people. Carmen Yulín Cruz Soto told the world of the "horror" she had witnessed in the flooded streets, which she had been walking ever since the storm, in a place she expects to have no power for half a year. Until then, she had not been a well-known 74

19 September 2017 9:43 AM Hurricane Maria, merciless, clobbers Dominica, eyes Puerto Rico

ROSEAU, Dominica -- Hurricane Maria swept over the small island of Dominica with catastrophic winds overnight, starting a charge into the eastern Caribbean that threatens islands already devastated by Hurricane Irma and holding the possibility of a direct hit on Puerto Rico. Fierce winds and driving rain lashed mountainous Dominica for hours as Maria 56

6 September 2017 5:23 PM Hurricane Irma: Everything you need to know

Hurricane Irma is forecast to remain a dangerous storm, in the top two categories for hurricane power, for at least two days. It has already battered a number of islands in the Caribbean - but how dangerous is it, and where will it go next? Hurricane Irma is making headlines as the most powerful Atlantic storm in a decade. It took that title once its wind speeds 56

6 September 2017 7:01 AM ‘May God protect us all’: Puerto Rico and tiny islands in Irma’s path fear for the worst

In Puerto Rico, some residents are preparing to be without electricity for between four and six months. In St. Thomas, part of the U.S. Virgin Islands, people are praying their roofs hold. Throughout these American territories and on other Caribbean islands in Hurricane Irma's path, there was widespread fear Tuesday night and early Wednesday, even in the face of preemptive 57

28 August 2017 10:52 PM Google's solar 'Eclipse Megamovie' is ready for viewing

More than 34,000 images of the eclipse taken by amateur scientists across the US have been assembled into a continuous view of the event. If you aren't yet eclipsed-out, Google has a movie about last week's solar eclipse you might want to check out. Before the total solar eclipse crossed the US on Aug. 21, Google asked amateur scientists from all over the country 82

27 August 2017 1:00 PM What David Hasselhoff would say to KITT now that cars talk

The actor revisits his '80s and '90s heyday in the new comedy "Killing Hasselhoff" and insists "Knight Rider" should return. David Hasselhoff wants to bring back "Knight Rider", even though today's highly automated automobiles mean that talking '80s supercar KITT no longer looks quite so kitted-out. "The first thing I'd say to KITT", Hasselhoff said, "is 'Hey KITT, all the cars can talk now!'" The "Knight 135

7 August 2017 1:42 AM All Blacks in ‘shock’ over bug found in hotel room before Bledisloe Cup

THE ALL Blacks operations manager has described his shock when he was shown a bugging device hidden in a chair in a Sydney hotel days before last year’s Bledisloe Cup. Darren Shand gave evidence at Downing Centre Local Court on Monday that he had asked security guard Adrian Gard to conduct a bug sweep of the InterContinental hotel at Double Bay where 55

3 August 2017 7:42 PM Game Changer? What ISIS's Plan to Gas an Australian Plane Means for Aviation Security

On Sunday, airport authorities in Australia tightened security at terminals across the country. Why? A foiled plot to bring down a plane inspired, and maybe even directed, by the Islamic State militant group (ISIS). Police charged two Lebanese men, Khaled Mahmoud Khayat, 49, and Mahmoud Khayat, 32, on Thursday in connection with the conspiracy, specifically 37