• Trump, after visit, slams France's Macron as relations sour

    In five posts sent on the same day that French officials marked the anniversary of the 2015 terrorist attacks that killed 130 people in Paris, Trump blasted the key U.S. ally over its near defeat to Germany in two world wars, its wine industry and Macron's approval ratings. Trump returned to Washington from a weekend in Paris to commemorate the 100th anniversary of World War One where strained relations between the American president and European allies was on full display. On Tuesday, Trump cited Macron's "low approval rating" and unfair trade practices, and defended his absence from a commemoration event on Saturday saying the U.S. Secret Service had vetoed driving to the venue due to poor weather.

  • U.S. pigs out on bacon, ribs as trade wars cut chicken demand

    Americans are losing their taste for chicken and eating more beef and pork as President Donald Trump's trade wars reduce U.S. pork exports to China and Mexico and leave cheaper bacon and ribs at home. An expansion in the number of U.S. hogs and cattle is contributing to the change in diets by boosting supplies of pork and beef. Restaurants are seizing on the increases to promote hamburgers instead of chicken, while grocery stores have featured pork.

  • Man jailed 13 years for killing ex-stewardess with whom he had casual relationship

    They were colleagues who were in a non-exclusive relationship for a year before she ended it because he was too possessive and over-controlling.

  • Planes Drop Fire Retardant on Woolsey Fire Flames in California

    The Woolsey Fire in California’s Ventura County had burned over 93,600 acres and 30 percent contained on November 12, CAL Fire said. The fire was one of a number burning in California in early November. On Monday, officials said the death toll from the Camp Fire in the north of the state had risen to 42. California resident Alex Safahi filmed this footage of fire retardant being dropped over homes in Calabasas on November 8 as firefighters tackled the Woolsey Fire. Credit: Alex Safahi via Storyful

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  • The French army just trolled Trump for his aversion to rain and it's deliciously brutal

    You know the saying: A bit of rain never hurt anyone. Well, that's certainly the message France's army is sending out today, mere days after Trump cancelled a visit to a U.S. war cemetery near Paris due to "bad weather". World leaders that day were marking 100 years since the end of World War One.  SEE ALSO: Please enjoy a photo of Emmanuel Macron crushing Donald Trump's hand Images of other world leaders - like Emmanuel Macron and Angela Merkel - attending Armistice events that day despite the poor weather threw Trump's absence into sharp relief. Per the Associated Press, the White House cited bad weather grounding the President's helicopter. Unis. pic.twitter.com/a3we7hpKDJ - Emmanuel Macron (@EmmanuelMacron) November 10, 2018 Well, two days after Trump's rainy no-show, the French army has weighed in with a rather brilliant tweet.  "There's rain, but it's not serious," it reads. "We're staying motivated."  #MondayMotivation Il y a de la pluie, mais c'est pas grave 😅 On reste motivé 👊 pic.twitter.com/29hOJ9ITF0 - Armée de Terre (@armeedeterre) November 12, 2018 Even a bit of drizzle might stop the leader of the free world, but it won't deter these soldiers.  WATCH: Apple lovers, look no further: You can now buy pillows of the most iconic products - Mashable Deals

  • Shrinking Sea of Galilee has some hoping for a miracle

    It was not so long ago when swimmers at Ein Gev would lay out their towels in the grass at the edge of the Sea of Galilee. "Every time we come we feel an ache in our hearts," said Yael Lichi, 47, who has been visiting the famous lake with her family for 15 years. "The lake is a symbol in Israel.