THE parents of 13 children who were discovered chained to their beds and starving gave each child a name starting with the letter ‘J’ - and wanted to try for their 14th baby to join the Turpin family’s House of Horrors.
Regarding the Dec. 7 Monitor Daily article “Franken resignation shows Democrats’ line in the sand”: No woman should have to put up with unwanted sexual advances, either verbal or physical, even though such behavior has been prevalent for decades. Women have had to walk on eggshells, in fear of losing their jobs for reporting sexual harassment. Hurray for women, who have risen to the occasion and come together in efforts to put an end to sexual harassment.
US DEFENCE Secretary Jim Mattis has warned that a government shutdown would heavily impact military operations including training, maintenance, and intelligence operations as the Republicans failed to pass a federal spending bill through the Senate.
“Connections and conversations matter all year round, so it is easy to understand why some people became frustrated after learning that Skype had been blocked in the [United Arab Emirates],” states an editorial. “The move, made a fortnight ago, is the second time the service has been suspended and follows a period of confusion over the regulations.... In a country where internet usage exceeds 90 per cent of the population, being part of a global conversation means being connected.... Open and smart communication channels will be a vital factor in building smarter cities. “One ... disruptive technological influence in recent times is social media...,” writes Joseph Rwagatare.
EXCLUSIVE: As fears of World War 3 continue to mount over escalating tensions between the US, Russia, North Korea and China, a former director on the US’s National Security Council has revealed how the conflict could unfold
THE US Government has shutdown after the Senate failed to pass a vital federal funding bill, meaning many services will stop and employees will go unpaid until a compromise can be formed and a solution passed, officials confirm.
US AIR Force leaders have warned the Government shutdown could stop its development of the B-21 Raider, a stealth aircraft set to become the military's number one nuclear-capable bomber, as tensions between Kim Jong-un and Donald Trump remain high.
BRITAIN'S armed forces have put fear in the heart of Russia but it is not the Navy's new £3.1billion warship or the nation's nuclear warheads that are giving Moscow a headache, according to an international relations expert.
US DEFENCE Secretary Jim Mattis has warned that a government shutdown would heavily impact military operations including training, maintenance, and intelligence operations as Washington fears a shutdown is imminent.
DAVID Turpin kidnapped his wife Louise from school when she was just 16 and he was aged 24, her sister has claimed as the Turpin parents accused of abusing and torturing their children face 94 years in jail if convicted.
Syrian-Kurds march in the northern Syrian town of Jawadiyah during a protest in support of the Afrin region controlled by the Kurdish People's Protection Units (YPG) militia The Turkish army said it launched new strikes Saturday against the Kurdish People's Protection Units (YPG)...