• At least one dead in Jakarta 'suicide bombing attack'

    A suspected suicide bombing rocked a busy bus terminal in the Indonesian capital Jakarta Wednesday, killing one policeman in the latest terror attack to hit the Muslim-majority country. Five police officers were also injured in the explosion at the bus station in the east of the city. "There has been a bomb, for now we suspect it is a suicide bombing," deputy national police chief Syafruddin, who like many Indonesians goes by one name, told TV station TVOne.

  • Trump tells Duterte of two U.S. nuclear subs in Korean waters - NYT

    U.S. President Donald Trump told his Philippine counterpart that Washington has sent two nuclear submarines to waters off the Korean peninsula, the New York Times said, comments likely to raise questions about his handling of sensitive information. Trump has said "a major, major conflict" with North Korea is possible because of its nuclear and missile programmes and that all options are on the table but that he wants to resolve the crisis diplomatically. North Korea has vowed to develop a missile mounted with a nuclear warhead that can strike the mainland United States, saying the programme is necessary to counter U.S. aggression.

  • The US is finally telling the public who overstays their visas the most-and it’s not Mexicans

    For years, the best-and virtually only-publicly released statistic tracking illegal immigration in the US has been the number of people caught at the southern border. Now, the US Department of Homeland Security is scrutinizing a lesser known type of undocumented immigrant: the one who comes in legally. In a new report released May 22, the…

  • New Nokia 3310 is released today: Where can I buy it and how much does it cost?

    Nokia's  relaunch of the classic Nokia 3310 goes on sale today, May 24. The nostalgic phone, first released in 2000, has been revamped with more than ten times the battery life, a camera and a colour screen.

  • Europa League final feels unimportant after Manchester tragedy - Neville

    Manchester United's Europa League final against Ajax later on Wednesday no longer feels important in the wake of Monday's bomb attack at a concert in the city, former United defender Phil Neville said on Wednesday. "But I don't want to be at this game now, I want to be in Manchester." Several of United's younger players grew up in the northern English city, where a British-born suicide bomber killed 22 people at a packed Ariana Grande pop concert on Monday evening. "Players like Marcus Rashford and Jesse Lingard - they've been brought up in this city.

  • I Didn't Eat Breakfast For 3 Months and This Is What Happened

    The photo above was taken March 1, 2017, six days after I started intermittent fasting and eight months after starting CrossFit. This photo was taken May 20, 2017, just over 12 weeks after starting intermittent fasting. During my first month of IF, I didn't talk to anyone about it, because skipping meals, especially breakfast, is so taboo.

  • Homosexuality: from the death penalty to gay marriage

    Same-sex marriage, which Taiwan's top court ruled in favour of Wednesday, is currently legal in around 20 countries around the world, 13 of which are in pioneering Europe. Such unions are, however, still illegal in most parts of Africa and in the Middle East, where homosexuality is in some cases punishable by the death penalty. - European pioneers - The Netherlands in April 2001 became the first country in the world to allow gay and lesbian couples to marry in a civil ceremony.