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Tokyo prepares for war with mass evacuation amid missile warning

Tokyo prepares for war with mass evacuation amid missile warning

A staff directs participants during an anti-missile evacuation drill at the Tokyo Dome City amusement park in Tokyo, Japan January 22, 2018. But the 50-year-old said the drill would not be much use in the event of an actual attack. Pacifist activists protested outside each of the venues participating in Monday's drill. But there was something of an, too, when public broadcaster NHK sent out an erroneous alert saying North Korea had launched a ballistic missile.The message, received by phone ...


State Senate Declares 'California School Choice Week'

State Senate Declares 'California School Choice Week'

The California State Senate has issued a proclamation recognizing January 21-27 as California School Choice Week. Lawmakers, students, parents, and advocates are among those who will participate in events highlighting educational choice. Runner-Up and People's Choice victor Sarah Kleipe of Asheboro, North Carolina has been searching for a learning environment to meet the needs of her son, Aiden, who was diagnosed with Autism.


Pope's Defence of Bishop Accused of Covering Up Child Abuse Sparks Outrage

Pope's Defence of Bishop Accused of Covering Up Child Abuse Sparks Outrage

On board a papal flight from Peru to Rome late Sunday, the pontiff acknowledged to journalists that his that Bishop Juan Barros Madrid had been complicit in the abuse of minors could have hit victims like a "slap in the face". "He also said that the pope always defended zero tolerance.[and] that I speak of the pain of the victims who are not able to bring a document or a witness".


North Korea Works Out Details for PyeongChang Games

North Korea Works Out Details for PyeongChang Games

Sunday. The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has approved a historic proposal for North Korea and South Korea to appear at the opening ceremony under one flag. After Hyon and her fellow delegates made their onward journey from Seoul Station, police officers stepped in to extinguish the flames rising around the banner featuring Kim Jong-un, whose image is revered in the North.



Huckabee Sanders: 'Ridiculous' to blame Stephen Miller for shutdown

In comments ahead of a closed-door negotiation with a bipartisan group of senators, the South Carolina Republican vented his frustration with the White House policy adviser. "And I think we're never going to get there as long as we embrace concepts that can not possibly get 60 votes". They hold us back from getting a solution'.