As the Trump administration announces repeal of Obama-era carbon emissions rule, Caribbean nations recently clobbered by hurricanes Irma and Maria find a champion in United Nations Chief António Guterres.
The Temporary Protected Status designation for nearly 60,000 Haitians living in the U.S. is set to expire Jan. 22, Haitian President Jovenel Moïse is asking for an extension. A decision by the Department of Homeland Security is expected in November.
President Trump in his first speech to the United Nations referred to North Korea leader Kim Jong Un as a "rocket man," and said the United States, if forced to defend itself and its allies, is "willing and able" to take military action.
Chris Broad, from the travel series "Abroad in Japan," ranted in a video posted on the series' YouTube channel after being woken up by missile alert warnings for the North Korean missile that was fired on Aug. 28, 2017. See part of that video here.
Venezuela's government has accused a journalist, a retired general and 21 others of involvement in the Aug. 6 attack on a military base, part of continuing protests against the government of President Nicolás Maduro.
The Russian government has owned the Killenworth mansion on Long Island since after World War II, using it as a weekend retreat for its United Nations delegation and Russian diplomats. But recent tension between the U.S. and Russia has the potential to change that.
KBR ran burn pit operations in Iraq and Afghanistan that veterans and their families had claimed caused chronic and sometimes deadly respiratory diseases. The court held KBR could not be held liable for a military decision.