The United States should be “on the table” in the field of semiconductors: Blinken

US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken speaks during a State Department function talk at Purdue University, on September 13, 2022, in West Lafayette, Indiana. West...

Biden visits queen’s coffin as UK counts down to funeral

London (AFP) - US President Joe Biden paid his last respects in London to Queen Elizabeth II on Sunday, as it was time for...

Oregon ignites the last major wildfires that swept the western United States

CalFire firefighters move away from the fire to monitor any stray embers during the firing process to build a Fairview fire containment line near...

The US gets a voice in an epic battle with Apple

Lawyers for Epic Games and Fortnite maker Apple will face off in an appeal hearing over strict App Store censorship, and lawyers for the...

US President Joe Biden addresses the 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly

United Nations (United States) (AFP) - Pressure mounted on Vladimir Putin Wednesday after his decision to send reservists to Ukraine sparked protests, hundreds arrested...

Former Trump advisor Bannon charged with fraud in New York

Steve Bannon, one of the famous ideologists closely involved in Donald Trump His rise to the US presidency, and turned himself in to face fraud...

Stocks rise, dollar falls before US inflation data

The dollar fell from its recent highs against the euro, the pound and the yen London (AFP) - Stock markets rose slightly and the dollar...

Webb Telescope takes ‘breathtaking’ images of the Orion Nebula

An international research team has revealed the first images of the Orion Nebula captured by the James Webb Space Telescope, leaving astronomers "in a...

Strong quake strikes eastern Taiwan, tsunami threat lifted

Taipei (AFP) - A strong earthquake struck southeast Taiwan on Sunday, killing at least one person, destroying a few buildings and destroying roads -...

Stocks plummet, dollar jumps as US inflation picks up

Despite the welcome decline in US gasoline prices, food, housing and car prices continued to rise New York (AFP) - Stock markets fell while the...

Annual US inflation eased in August – but it probably won’t be enough

High prices have forced Americans to spend a larger share of their income on basic goods High prices have forced Americans to spend a larger...

Steep Fed rate hike seen as certainty after ugly inflation data

Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said policy makers must continue to act aggressively to curb the raging price pressures that are putting pressure on...

Spielberg’s ‘The Fabelmans’ wins Toronto festival top prize

LOS ANGELES (AFP) - Steven Spielberg's new film "The Fabelmans" earned its spot as the first Academy Awards nominee Sunday by winning the first...

Fed raises rates again, warns anti-inflation cannot be ‘pain free’

Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said the central bank "will continue to do so" until inflation falls Washington (AFP) - The US Federal Reserve announced,...

US sues Boeing with misleading investors over 737 Max Safety, fined $200 million

US regulators say Boeing and its ex-CEO have 'put the profits on people', misleading the public about the safety of the 737 MAX New York...

Pressure builds after World Bank chief dodges questions about climate

World Bank President David Malpass has been accused of being a "climate denier" after refusing to answer whether he believed human-made emissions contributed to...

Pressure on Putin as he called reservists to war

US President Joe Biden addresses the 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly United Nations (United States) (AFP) - Pressure mounted on Vladimir Putin...

The losses caused by Hurricane Ian, in the billions, will slow down growth in...

Residents of mobile homes clean up debris in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian in Fort Myers, Florida, on September 29, 2022 New York (AFP) -...

US stocks drop, dollar gains as Federal Reserve unveils latest major interest rate hike

Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell vowed to do what it takes to control inflation as the central bank raised interest rates again New York (AFP)...

US Federal Reserve raises key interest rate as recession fears escalate

The US Federal Reserve announced its interest rate decision as concerns grow that aggressive measures could push the economy into recession next year. Washington (AFP)...

William Burns as Director of the CIA

CIA Director William Burns (pictured in April 2021) says his life is nothing like James Bond or Jason Bourne, in the first broadcast of...

Oprah’s ‘Sidney’ shows how Poitier redefined Hollywood

The late Sidney Poitier forever changed the concept of what a black man could be on the world stage, Oprah Winfrey and Reginald Hudlin...

After destroying Florida, Hurricane Ian began to recede

An aerial photograph taken on September 30, 2022 shows destroyed homes in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian in Fort Myers Beach, Florida FORT MYERS (United...

Street boats, cars at sea: Fort Myers beach hit by Ian

Hurricane Ian left parts of Fort Myers Beach, Florida completely devastated FORT MYERS BEACH (United States) (AFP) - As Pete Belinda and his wife walked...

A strong US dollar is an unstoppable force that puts other currencies at risk

The US dollar made amazing gains against other currencies amid rising interest rates, bringing back memories of the Asian financial crisis New York (AFP) -...

No Terminator: Musk provokes ‘helpful’ robots

Elon Musk says Tesla's human-developed Optimus robot could cost less than $20,000 and end up doing most of the work while people reap the...

Herschel Walker Admits He Wrote $700 Check But Doesn’t Know Why

Herschel Walker has now admitted that he wrote the $700 check to his ex-girlfriend, but he swears he didn't give her the money to...

Mayor of New York to Visit Colombia to Discuss Migration Crisis

Why is the mayor of New York coming to Colombia this Saturday? Mayor Eric Adams' visit will focus on Bogotá this Saturday when he is...

Southern and Midwestern States Devastated by Deadly Tornadoes: Highlighting the Resilience of Affected Communities

Over the weekend, parts of the South and Midwest were hit by a series of devastating tornadoes. At least 21 people were killed, and...

Trump To His Legal Team By Bringing In New Lawyers

So recently I talked about the fact that Carol Linig writing for the Washington Post, uh, or she writes for the Washington Post. She...