France's Macron tells Trump he will defend climate deal

Though the Obama administration officially ratified the agreement in 2016, it did so under the authority of an "executive agreement", bypassing the two-thirds Senate vote needed to approve treaties. The co-authors say the Paris Agreement strengthens competitiveness by ensuring a more balanced global climate effort and will reduce future climate impacts, including damage to business facilities and operations, declining agricultural productivity and water supplies and disruption of global supply ...

Trump And Duterte Involved In "Friendly" Talks

Trump said Thursday there was "a chance that we could end up having a major, major conflict with North Korea", but added he would prefer a diplomatic resolution. Duterte said he would appeal to Mr. Trump to exercise restraint in the Korean Peninsula. In March, a retired Philippine police officer testified that Duterte and his men were linked to almost 200 killings that took place when Duterte was mayor of Davao city.

Tillerson says US won't be rushed on climate change policies

His comments came as the delegates renewed calls for addressing global warming and cautioned that climate change is the most serious threat to Arctic biodiversity. Unlike former President Barack Obama, Trump has expressed doubts about whether human activity has a significant role in climate change, and is mulling whether to pull the United States out of the 2015 Paris Agreement to fight it.

Suspended AAP MLA Kapil Mishra to visit ACB office today

Mishra's house in Civil Lines. Speaking to reporters after leaving the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) office in Delhi, the former minister urged Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and other top leaders of the AAP to come clean over their foreign jaunts.

Officer killed with Insas rifle

Officer killed with Insas rifle

In wake of the barbaric killing of Indian Army Lieutenant Ummer Fayaz by terrorists in Shopian, Jammu and Kashmir, the Shiv Sena on Friday berated the Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led Central Government for being all about words and no action.

Commencement speech by No. 2 Senate Republican canceled

Commencement speech by No. 2 Senate Republican canceled

Two people familiar with the process say others set to be interviewed include Alice Fisher, who formerly served as assistant attorney general for the Justice Department's Criminal Division. Cornyn's spokesman said, "Sen". An online petition calling for Mr. Cornyn's speech to be canceled had reached more than 850 signatures before the school's announcement.