They are not in his league – fail! Justin Trudeau has told a woman at a university event in Edmonton to say “peoplekind” rather than “mankind.” Conservative commentators have latched onto the exchange to ridicule him.
Congress led by Rahul Gandhi believes the party is set to make substantial gains in states like Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Haryana, Jharkhand and Chhattisgarh, besides consolidating its lead in Punjab, and will be able to stall PM Narendra Modi’s bid for a second term .
Instead of being chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, Speaker Paul Ryan should appoint Nunes chairman of the House Clueless and Compromised Committee.
Researchers in Germany have raised the alarm after discovering bacteria immune to antibiotics in several streams, rivers and lakes. Thousands of people in Germany die each year from diseases caused by these pathogens.
A new wave of protests against the compulsory wearing of hijab has spread across Iran, resulting in the arrests of dozens of women. The government has accused the protesters of being under the influence of drugs.
Fools seem to gather together when it comes to trying to appear not racist when being racist!
Mediterranean migrant boats headed for Europe could be carrying fugitive Islamic State fighters, Italian Foreign Minister Angelino Alfano has asserted. He’s been hosting African, EU and UN officials at a Rome conference.
shameless and total fool
US President Donald Trump takes to Twitter to call the car accident that claimed the life of Indianapolis Colts linebacker Edwin Jackson “disgraceful”.
University of Oxford project finds Trump supporters consume largest volume of ‘junk news’ on Facebook and Twitter
Low-quality, extremist, sensationalist and conspiratorial news published in the US was overwhelmingly consumed and shared by rightwing social network users, according to a new study from the University of Oxford.
The study, from the university’s “computational propaganda project”, looked at the most significant sources of “junk news” shared in the three months leading up to Donald Trump’s first State of the Union address this January, and tried to find out who was sharing them and why.