December 2, 2018

Yukon Fur Trapper Kills Grizzly Suspected of Mauling Spouse, Child

The owner of a wildlife and hunting guide company killed a grizzly bear in the remote reaches of the Yukon Territory, only to find the grizzly had killed his wife and their 10-month-old baby on Monday.
December 2, 2018

About 250 Whales Have been Stranded within the Final Week in New Zealand

A large group of whales were stranded in New Zealand last week, the third such stranding in the space of a few days. Of 51 stranded whales, 50 of them were dead when authorities arrived and the one that was alive was euthanized because it was in such poor condition, according to the Department of Conservation.
December 2, 2018

Paris Burns as French Protests Proceed into Third Weekend

Anti-government riots broke out Saturday in central Paris as "yellow vest" protests enter a third weekend.
December 1, 2018

'Absolute Shambles': Anti-plastic Guide Distributed With Plastic Overlaying

A British author has slammed a U.S. company for distributing his anti-plastic waste book with a shrink-wrapped single-use plastic covering.
December 1, 2018

Anger at Plan to Construct Crematorium Subsequent to Retirement Properties

Residents of two retirement villages near the Australian city of Brisbane have reacted angrily to plans to build a crematorium just feet from their homes.
December 1, 2018

Donald Trump-Xi Jinping Assembly Will Be Most Consequential Between U.S. and China Leaders Since Nixon and Mao

When Donald Trump and Xi Jinping meet Saturday evening on the sidelines of the G20 summit in Buenos Aires, they will do so without illusions. The two most powerful countries in the world are adversaries now, each shorn of any hope that they could somehow be “partners for prosperity” in the 21st century, as the George W. Bush administration used to put it as the century began. The Trump administration stated as much in its formal “national security strategy” released early this year. In a bellicose speech on October 4, Vice President Mike Pence said any American hopes that “economic liberalization would bring China into greater partnership with us and with the world”—the central underpinning of Washington’s strategy toward Beijing since the late 1970s—was now gone. “Instead, China has chosen economic aggression, which has in turn emboldened its growing military,” Pence said.
December 1, 2018

Migrant Caravan Member Says God Will Soften Donald Trump's Coronary heart to 'Let Us In' the U.S.

The hopes of 7,000 Central American migrants to enter the U.S. and seek asylum are slowly fading, following clashes with border patrol agents over the weekend. However, some are clinging to a divine intervention.
December 1, 2018

Russia Army Assessments Missile Protection As Ukraine Prepares for Struggle Towards Its Solely 'Enemy'

The Russian military sent yet another defensive missile system Friday to the contested Crimean Peninsula, while Kiev's leadership warns that Ukraine is training for what may be an imminent war.
December 1, 2018

Donald Trump Tried to Promote Argentina Weapons at G20 Summit however Was Rejected

Argentine President Mauricio Macri and President Donald Trump struck up a host of deals on the sidelines of the G20 summit, including investments in infrastructure and energy projects. But the idea of buying weapons from Washington was off the table.
December 1, 2018

'Apu Arrives': India Chief Depicted as 'Simpsons' Character by Argentine TV Channel at G20 Summit

An Argentine news outlet has been criticized for airing an image of a controversial Indian character from a popular television show as the real-life Indian head of state arrived in Buenos Aires.