• Boehner: Trump has been 'complete disaster'

    By Pete Schroeder WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump's time in office has been a "complete disaster" aside from foreign affairs, fellow Republican and former U.S. House Speaker John Boehner said at an energy conference. The former Ohio congressman said he has been friends with Trump for 15 years but never thought he would occupy the White House.

  • MMA mom slaps her son in the cage after humiliating loss

    MMA fighter Viktor Kichigin was on the end of a brutal defeat on Thursday and suffered further humiliation after his mother entered the cage.

  • Philippines' Duterte makes rape joke for martial law troops

    Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte joked Friday that soldiers could rape up to three women, as he reassured them of his full support under his newly imposed regional martial law. "For this martial law and the consequences of martial law and the ramifications of martial law, I and I alone would be responsible. If you rape three (women), I will say that I did it." Duterte imposed martial law on Tuesday across the southern region of Mindanao in response to militants going on a deadly rampage through a city in the south and flying the black flags of the Islamic State group.

  • Off-lease used cars are flooding market, pushing prices down

    In 2014, Infiniti leased more than 28,000 Q50 luxury sedans for as little as $329 per month in a growing U.S. market. The leases accounted for more than three-quarters of Q50 sales. Now they're coming ...

  • Silva joins Manchester City as Premier League clubs start to splash the cash

    Manchester City have begun what is predicted to be a record summer of spending across the Premier League by paying Monaco a reported 43 million pounds ($55 million) to sign versatile midfielder Bernardo Silva. "Manchester City are delighted to confirm Bernardo Silva will join the club from Monaco on July 1," the club said in a statement on Friday. The 22-year-old Portuguese has been instrumental in Monaco's title win this season -- their first in 17 years -- and was part of the side who beat City in the Champions League round of 16 and scored more goals than any other side in Europe's top five leagues.

  • Chinese 50 years off Euro elite - Tevez

    Carlos Tevez may be reaping the rewards of China's football boom, but believes standards in his new home fall well below the level he has become accustomed to in a glittering career. The Argentine, who had spells at Manchester United, Manchester City and Juventus, joined Shanghai Shenhua on a then world record 38-million-euro ($40 million) salary in December. "I don't think they will be able to compete with any of the big European sides," Tevez told Spanish TV station Movistar.

  • Expert in escaping North Korea has a message for Trump

    "I'm good at escaping," says Grace Jo, a slender 25-year-old who managed to flee North Korea and its authoritarian regime not just once but three times, though most of her family was not so lucky. Such was Jo's fate the first time she fled North Korea, when she was about seven years old. "We walked on unpaved roads, and we crossed many mountains until we reached the Tumen River" which separates North Korea from China.