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North Korea has fired a newly developed medium-range ballistic missile into its eastern waters in a display of military bravado on the eve of a critical meeting between President Trump and Chinese president Xi Jinping. U.S. and South Korean officials identified the projectile as a KN-15 medium-range missile, which was...
(NEWSER) – South Korea's disgraced former President Park Geun-hye was arrested and jailed Friday over high-profile corruption allegations that already ended her tumultuous four-year rule and prompted an election to find her successor, the AP reports. Prosecutors can detain her for up to 20 days before formally charging her,...
More than 43 million Americans operate part-time or full-time businesses from home. The truth is that home-based businesses face as much risk and challenges as working from a commercial office. You have to grapple with data safety hazard, insurance, and legal compliance, as well as financial uncertainties. The key...
With political upheaval across the globe, a lot of people have been caught up in the debate over what makes a good leader. Most people in democratic societies believe that any competent and hardworking person could potentially become a good leader. While this is at least partially true, it...
More businesses are getting into digital marketing to stay competitive and acquire more customers through the Internet. While digital marketing is accessible, it is constantly evolving as consumer behaviors change, marketing trends pop up and technology improves. Due to the ongoing fluctuations in digital marketing, there is a lot...
(NEWSER) – One photo shows a group of men holding a drink up to Justin Trudeau's mouth. Another shows a woman licking his face. But such selfies with life-size cardboard cut-outs of the Canadian prime minister at diplomatic events are now a thing of the past. After complaints from...
The U.S. has banned laptops, tablets and other electronic devices in the cabins of flights to the U.S. from nine airlines operating in parts of North Africa and the Middle East. The ban, which affects devices larger than a cellphone ― including cameras, DVD players and electronic games ― went...
Surprise. That was the overwhelming feeling in the Netherlands after the results of the elections on Wednesday. Surprise at the margin of victory for the VVD, even among party insiders themselves. But also surprise at the shocking loss of the Labour party, which entered the election as a governing...
Turkey has threatened to cancel a migrant deal with the EU, created to curb the flow of refugees arriving into Europe. Turkey's foreign minister Mevlut Cavusoglu made the threat during an escalating diplomatic crisis with Europe over President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's attempts to gather support from Turkish nationals living in...
Americans living under the Trump administration need to be holding serious conversations about some of the most controversial measures coming out of the White House, and one of the most urgent conversations relates to the thorny issue of immigrants residing in so-called sanctuary cities such as Philadelphia. Members of the...