Brexit could cut Britain's access to top worldwide talent by 40 percent

Speaking to BBC Radio 4's Today programme, Lord Howard - who backed the Leave campaign - said the British people voted for control of their own laws, immigration and borders and for the United Kingdom to have the right to make free trade agreements with other countries. Read More

Attempts being made to free Indian soldier from 'Pak captivity': Rajnath

Stating that the U.S. was following the situation closely, Kirby said: "We also understand that the Indian and Pakistani militaries have been in communication". Pakistan's Foreign Secretary Aizaz Chaudhry also briefed the cabinet on the Kashmir issue. She said there had already been "ominous signs of unusual movement" along the border with movements of troops and tanks and credible reports of Indian evacuations of some areas. Read More

In Post-Debate Interview, Trump Again Criticizes Pageant-Winner's Weight

In Post-Debate Interview, Trump Again Criticizes Pageant-Winner's Weight

Trump's comments were likely welcomed by the Clinton camp, since they prolonged the media focus on Machado. Her weight became a controversy in the beauty pageant industry: According to a CNN report at the time , after winning the pageant, Machado allegedly gained almost 60 pounds. Read More

French aircraft carrier rejoins US-led fight against IS

French aircraft carrier rejoins US-led fight against IS

The flight of so many people could pose a "massive humanitarian problem" for Iraq, the Geneva-based aid group said. A United States military official has revealed that in the past 30 days American-led coalition aircraft have targeted and killed 13 leading Isis figures in the city. Read More

Pakistan to approach Interpol for extradition of Baloch leader Brahamdagh Bugti

Pakistan to approach Interpol for extradition of Baloch leader Brahamdagh Bugti

He had applied for asylum in Indian consulate in Geneva last week and the application was subsequently forwarded to the Ministry of External Affairs, which in turn sent it to the Home Ministry. "The government is doing its homework. We will be sending a formal reference to Interpol, asking for his extradition to Pakistan", he added. At least 18 Indian army personnel were killed in a dastardly terror attack on an army base camp in the Uri sector of Jammu and Kashmir's Baramulla district on ... Read More

Arizona Newspaper Breaks With Tradition, Backs Clinton

Arizona Newspaper Breaks With Tradition, Backs Clinton

It said that the challenges America faces both domestically and internationally require a cool head and the ability to think carefully before taking actions. Meanwhile, Clinton isn't just picking up support from Republican-friendly editorial boards; she's also earning support from a growing number of Republicans. Read More

Congress Rejects Obama's Veto of Justice Against Terrorism Act

The White House didn't hold back in its criticism after both the House and Senate voted decisively Wednesday to overturn Obama's veto of the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act, also referred to as JASTA . It looks like our two past presidents have let Saudi Arabia off the hook about this because of the overall good of the country, which would be the higher good compared to justice for families that suffered 9/11. Read More

Do offensive names deserve trademark protection? Supreme Court to weigh in

But the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office refused to register the mark, citing a federal law that prohibits the registration of "scandalous" or "immoral" trademarks, or those that "disparage ... That's essentially what a federal appeals court concluded in ruling in favor of the Slants, and the Supreme Court should affirm that ruling. That should serve as a kind of consolation for Tam , who has taken great pains to distinguish his band's name and cause from any purported justification ... Read More

US Senate rejects legislation barring $1.5 bn arms sale to Saudi

US Senate rejects legislation barring $1.5 bn arms sale to Saudi

Amnesty International said in a statement Monday that a us -made bomb was used in a Saudi airstrike on a Doctors Without Borders hospital in northern Yemen that killed 11 and injured 19. "If we really want to cut off extremism at its source, then we can't keep closing our eyes to the money that flows out of Saudi Arabia and the Gulf states into this conservative Salafist missionary movement around the world", Murphy said. Read More

Gabon at United Nations urges support following Bongo's re-election

Gabon at United Nations urges support following Bongo's re-election

The court announced early Saturday that incumbent President Ali Bongo Ondimba won the August 27 vote despite concerns raised by the opposition and worldwide observers. Following the late August election, clashes broke out out between protesters and security forces after the 31 August release of official provisional results, which declared President Bongo the victor, reportedly by a margin of less than 6,000 votes. Read More

Celebrations in Iraq's Shirqat after Liberation from ISIS

Celebrations in Iraq's Shirqat after Liberation from ISIS

Although the indirect-fire attack did not harm US forces, it appeared to foreshadow what USA and Iraqi forces are in for when the long-delayed offensive to retake the vital city of Mosul begins. The majority of the added troops would be assigned to a USA military logistics hub south of Mosul. Al Jazeera quoted the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff in the Iraqi-U.S. Read More

South Korea's Plans to Eliminate North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un

North Korea's Foreign Minister told the United Nations last Friday that "going nuclear" is his country's only way to defend itself, and vowed to further bolster its nuclear military forces, reported Agence France-Presse. If North Korea were to launch a nuclear assault, the likely targets would be US and South Korean bases in South Korea, as well as USA bases in Japan. Read More

Sushma throws jingoistic hyperboles against Pakistan at UN

Sushma throws jingoistic hyperboles against Pakistan at UN

Sharif was quoted as saying by Pakistani media reports. Modi was giving a speech at a meeting of his Bharatiya Janata Party, whose leaders have said there should be a strong response to the attack, which took place in Uri. "Pakistan does not allow its soil to be used in plotting terrorism against any country", he said, adding that Pakistan was committed to its goal of rooting out terrorism and extremism. Read More

Lin-Manuel Miranda Is Hosting SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE

Lin-Manuel Miranda Is Hosting SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE

The show stirred up controversy a year ago by inviting Trump to host an episode and supplying him with lame, treacly jokes. But back to Miranda, the Broadway big shot has had a lot on his plate since leaving Hamilton in July. Hamilton mastermind Miranda has a plethora of projects on the horizon. The late-night show starts a new season this weekend with Margot Robbie as host and the Weeknd as musical guest. Read More

Investigators Conclude MH-17 Shot Down By Russian Missile

Investigators Conclude MH-17 Shot Down By Russian Missile

The MH17 plane was shot down in the Donetsk region, eastern Ukraine on July 17, 2014, killing all 298 people onboard, including 44 Malaysians. The investigation has identified about 100 people "who can be linked to the downing of MH17 or the transport of the BUK " through witnesses, intercepted telephone conversations and other investigative means, the report said. Read More

Obama: Even A Child Would Know Slavery Wasn't Good For Black People

Wilder, the grandson of slaves and a Korean war vet, went further on to say, "Let's assume Trump is the worst guy in the world - fine", noting that he asked Clinton's running mate Sen. At his evening rally Thursday, Trump accused Clinton of supporting - "with a nod" - "the narrative of cops as a racist force in our society". But what about in more recent years? Trump also seemed to pin the blame on President Obama , saying, "There's just no unity". Read More

OPEC set for no deal as Iran rejects Saudi oil output offer

In London , Brent North Sea crude for November shed $1.38 to $45.97 a barrel. US West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude dropped $1.55, or 3.4 percent, to $44.38. Oil fell after Iran said it's unwilling to freeze output at current levels and wants to raise production to 4 million barrels a day, curbing hopes for OPEC to reach a deal to stabilize markets when the group meets Wednesday. Read More

Former SC judge Katju's comments on Bihar kicks off political storm

Former SC judge Katju's comments on Bihar kicks off political storm

We will not give you Kashmir alone", Katju tweeted as well as posted on Facebook on Monday. Nitish Kumar said Bihar has a glorious past and a history full of remarkable contributions. JD (U) General Secretary K C Tyagi and senior party leader Shyam Rajak sought trial of Katju under sedition law. This is not the first time Justice Katju has triggered a controversy because of his "inappropriate" statements on social media. Read More

2 men, female teen arrested for 3 Fullerton murders

Police say it was the younger child who called 9-1-1 to report her parents' death. The two men were identified as Josh Acosta , 21, of Fort Irwin and Frank Felix , 25, of Sun Valley. Because state laws prohibit law enforcement from releasing the identities of juveniles, authorities are not identifying the teen. In a screen shot of one timeline posting, note is made of the teen dating older men that her parents likely didn't approve of. Read More

'Brit' charged after dismembered body found in Bangkok freezer

'Brit' charged after dismembered body found in Bangkok freezer

Sanit said it is believed that the corpse in the large freezer found in the business premises was cut up elsewhere and brought there. According to the Bangkok Post , the arrests followed the discovery on Friday of a dismembered and frozen corpse in a household refrigerator in the Thai capital. Read More

Asian Stocks Fall, With Japanese Shares Hurt By Kuroda Policy Remarks

Asian Stocks Fall, With Japanese Shares Hurt By Kuroda Policy Remarks

Financial assets held by Japanese have lost value between March and June due to the effects of Brexit on the markets, marking two consecutive quarters of decline, according to data released by the Bank of Japan (BOJ) on Monday. The BOJ said it will keep buying bonds at the current pace for the time being, but warned that the pace could slow in the future as long as it could achieve the yield target. Read More

Israel's Leviathan Partners Sign Gas Export Deal With Jordan

Israel's Leviathan Partners Sign Gas Export Deal With Jordan

Leviathan is the largest of Israel's offshore gas fields, with enough reserves to turn the previously resource-poor country into a significant exporter. The deal has still to receive regulatory approvals from the Israeli and the Jordanian authorities and agreement for the gas transport has to be agreed upon between the Natgas, Israel Natural Gas Lines and its Jordanian equivalent, FAJR. Read More

Mall shooting suspect: Multiple arrests, disputes

Police arrested him in Oak Harbor, about 30 miles from where the shootings took place at the Cascade Mall in Burlington. Tips from the public helped police arrest Cetin, a "legal, permanent resident", after officials distributed blurry photos of the suspect, said Lt. Read More

Slimani 'sure to be a threat' to Porto insists Ranieri

They have changed the rules. "You know I decide the night before to see if he's available tomorrow", the Italian added ahead of Leicester's first home top-tier European game in their 132-year history. 'Dragon Slayer' Islam Slimani must live up to his billing when the Foxes host Porto in the Champions League, according to Leicester City boss Claudio Ranieri. Read More

Jeremy Corbyn Re-elected as Leader of Britain's Labor Party

Jeremy Corbyn Re-elected as Leader of Britain's Labor Party

The MPs did exactly as Mr Burnham suggested, scoring three unanswered goals, with the match finishing all-square at full time . Instead of starting afresh and burying their differences, the Labour leaders' supporters and his opponents are continuing to clash with the same ferocity. Read More

Kremlin Considers Turnout at Duma Elections Comparable to Average in Europe

Kremlin Considers Turnout at Duma Elections Comparable to Average in Europe

In a supposed historic election, United Russia won 343 seats in the Duma, the country's legislative body, giving the party a 76 percent supermajority. The election was seen as a test for Vladimir Putin's expected Presidential campaign in 2018. Only 47.8 percent of voters cast a ballot, marking a significant drop from the 60 percent turnout seen at the last parliamentary election. Read More

Dolphins get much-needed win over winless Browns in OT

Dolphins get much-needed win over winless Browns in OT

In the final minute, he held the ball for too long, allowing the Browns to get a strip-sack that turned into a game-winning field goal attempt that went awry. Much of that was due to the lack of big, fast receivers on the team and the fact that Pryor was from THE Ohio State Buckeyes. Terrelle Pryor became the first Browns player since 1977 to have multiple receptions, rushes and passes in the same game. Read More

Clinton 'fit to serve,' doctor says ahead of campaign comeback

Clinton 'fit to serve,' doctor says ahead of campaign comeback

Clinton has been resting at her home in Chappaqua, N.Y. In an interview with CNN's Anderson Cooper on Monday evening, Clinton said she was feeling "so much better" but admitted that "I should have gotten some rest sooner". In my medical opinion, United States presidential candidates , as well as candidates for other high-ranking elected government offices, should be required to undergo an independent medical clearance exam. Read More

1 dead, 6 wounded in shootings near Illinois university campus

1 dead, 6 wounded in shootings near Illinois university campus

Police said three other people suffered wounds from the shooting, and a fourth was hit by a vehicle running away from the gunshots. He was later identified as 22-year-old George Korchev, of Mundelein. It is believed the two shooting incidents may be related. Upon arrival, officers located a victim who was transported to an area hospital for a non-critical gunshot wound. Read More

Lawmakers vow to override Obama's veto of Sept. 11 bill

The Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act (JASTA), as the bill is known, would reform a 1976 law granting other countries immunity in U.S. courts - a principle known as " sovereign immunity " - opening up the possibility of lawsuits brought by private citizens against states suspected of helping terrorists carry out attacks on USA soil. Read More