Around the World
Seeds of next global financial crisis being sown, top officials warn
Rising US interest rates, tanking emerging market currencies and a bitter US-China trade spat could push the world towards its next financial crisis but there is still time to avert disaster, global finance chiefs have said.
EU-UK Brexit deal talks put on ice
Diplomats from both sides on Sunday scrambled to reach a deal on Brexit, ahead of an EU leaders' summit in Brussels.
Tens of thousands stage anti-racism march in Berlin
Tens of thousands of people marched in Berlin Saturday in a protest against racism amid growing concern over xenophobic incidents in the east of the country.
Yemen could be 'worst famine in 100 years'
The United Nations is warning that 13 million people in Yemen are facing starvation.
Israel warns Hamas of 'painful' strikes if protests go on
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday threatened 'very painful blows' against Gaza's Hamas rulers if they don't halt protests along the perimeter fence that have led to clashes with Israeli troops.
With Goal of Thwarting Hezbollah Attacks, Israel Completes Building of New Wall on Part of Lebanon Border
The Israeli Defense Ministry recently completed the construction of a nine-meter high concrete wall -- topped by steel fencing -- along a 12-kilometer stretch of the Israel-Lebanon border, the Hebrew news site Walla reported on Sunday.
Incendiary balloons increasingly appear in central Israel
While in the Gaza border communities the Kite and balloon terrorism has continued for more than half a year, their range seems to be spreading to the center of the country as well. Recently the flammable objects were found in Rishon LeZion, Bat Yam, Givat Brenner, Modi'in and in the Jerusalem area.
Inside the United States
More dead expected in destroyed Florida Panhandle towns after Michael
Dozens of people remained missing on Sunday in Florida Panhandle communities reduced to ruins by Hurricane Michael as rescuers said they expected the death toll to rise and survivors grappled with power outages and shortages of food and water.
House Dems to ‘ruthlessly’ open 5 Trump investigations if they win
President Trump is likely to face at least five new House investigations -- plus a likely impeachment probe -- if Democrats take the chamber in the fall elections and make Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi speaker.
Witches Launching a 'Ritual to Hex Brett Kavanaugh', Still Working to #BindTrump
Justice Brett Kavanaugh officially joined the Supreme Court this week amid high political tensions. A throng of real-life witches are fighting back by hosting a spell-casting ritual against Kavanaugh in New York.
Top 3% of U.S. Taxpayers Paid Majority of Income Taxes in 2016
Individual income taxes are the federal government’s single biggest revenue source. In fiscal year 2018, which ended Sept. 30, the individual income tax is expected to bring in roughly $1.7 trillion, or about half of all federal revenues, according to the Congressional Budget Office.
Portland rallies turn violent as Antifa members clash with Patriot Prayer rally, four arrested
Four people were arrested Sunday after peaceful rallies in Oregon turned violent as Antifa protesters clashed with a Patriot Prayer rally, triggering bloody fights in the streets.
Pastor Brunson Prays for President Trump in the Oval Office
Pastor Andrew Brunson returned to the United States Saturday after two years of imprisonment and detention in Turkey.