• New Bill Would Require Donald Trump To Undergo Mental Health Evaluation

    A new bill introduced in the House of Representatives would require President Donald Trump to undergo a physical and mental health exam to determine if he is stable enough to stay in office.

  • Mourinho steels Manchester United for 'roadworks' ahead

    Manager Jose Mourinho believes Manchester United have found their missing confidence after making a dream start to the Premier League season with back-to-back 4-0 wins. United saw off Swansea City on Saturday, three goals in the final 10 minutes completing a second successive rout after they hammered West Ham United in their opening game of the season. "The word that better describes the team now is 'confident'," said Mourinho, whose side won in South Wales with goals from Eric Bailly, Romelu Lukaku, Paul Pogba and Anthony Martial.

  • Young Taiwanese choose China jobs over politics

    Taiwan has long seen its international allies switching allegiance to an ascendant Beijing, but now there are also fears of a brain drain of the island's youth as they pursue careers in rival China. Cross-strait tensions have soared since China-sceptic Tsai Ing-wen took power last year, with Beijing cutting all official communication. China still sees the self-ruling island as part of its territory to be reunified, but young people in particular have increasingly developed a sense of pride in their Taiwanese identity.

  • Malaysia apologises to Indonesia over flag blunder at regional games

    KUALA LUMPUR/JAKARTA (Reuters) - Malaysia has apologised to Indonesia over the upside down printing of the Indonesian flag in a souvenir guidebook handed out at the opening of the Southeast Asian Games. The mistake, spotted at the opening of the games in the Malaysian capital, Kuala Lumpur, on Saturday sparked an outcry in Indonesia and the hashtag #ShameonyouMalaysia was trending on social media. Indonesian President Joko Widodo told reporters in the Indonesian capital, Jakarta, the incident concerned "national pride", and had called for an apology.

  • Wreckage of lost ship USS Indianapolis found after seven decades

    Researchers announced Saturday they discovered wreckage of the lost warship the USS Indianapolis, 72 years after the World War II cruiser was torpedoed by a Japanese submarine. The wreckage was found in the Philippine Sea 5.5 kilometers (3.4 miles) below the surface, according to philanthropist and Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen, who headed the civilian research crew that located the ship. The ship was hit in the final days of World War II just after completing a secret mission delivering parts of the atomic bomb used in Hiroshima.

  • What a $1 million home looks like in Canada this week - August 17 edition

    These days, if you want to buy a house in the Greater Toronto Area, you’ll need to make at least six figures in order to afford it. If you’re willing to look outside of major urban hubs, however, there are certainly deals to be found. This week, we look at homes in London, Ont., Buena Vista, Sask. and Vancouver, B.C. to see just how far $1 million can go in each city’s housing market. All listings courtesy Zoocasa.

  • Serena Williams' Fiancé Is A Little Shocked By Her Pregnancy Cravings

    He knew there would be cravings, but not quite like this.