North Korea has fired a ballistic missile over northern Japan for the second time in less than a month, South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff said Friday.
The United Nations Security Council unanimously adopted a US-drafted resolution to impose new sanctions on North Korea on Monday — a move that comes just one week after the rogue nation carried out its sixth and largest nuclear test.
Many Americans actually believed Donald Trump’s promises about health care. Now, the president is betraying them.
Across the world up to 1.2 billion people live with some sort of disability, it is estimated. That’s equivalent to the population of China. In the UK, it is thought that some seven million people of working age have a disability, which all adds up to an awful lot of spending power. Latest figures from the UK’s Department of Work and Pensions estimate that this spending power, the so-called “purple pound”, is worth £249bn to the economy. So what should businesses be doing to try to get a share of this money? That’s what we’ll be asking during Disability Works week from the BBC’s business and economics unit. We’ll be looking at how businesses work with people with disabilities and how disabled people have made business work for them. Challenging stereotypes I gradually began to lose my eyesight when I was in my teens so I understand the difficulties for disabled people getting into work. I’ve been a producer in the BBC’s business and economics unit for nearly nine years. I’m keen to
Good on Egie Wild telling Trump how it is and not how he tells it with his Fake News, sorry alternative facts.
A Facebook user has publicly corrected President Trump’s tweet about the recent act of violence which occurred in the underground mall plaza underneath the Louvre. Trump’s tweet on the possible ter…
White House officials have argued that the rollout was a success despite the chaos that followed.
From Washington to Los Angeles to London, the crowds were gigantic and historic
When will we and our Governments ever learn.
Center-left Italian PM had little choice but to quit after his heavy defeat in the referendum.