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After President Trump delivered some of his harshest threats directed at the North Korean regime at the United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday, U.S. Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley tells "CBS This Morning" on Wednesday that Mr. Trump doesn't actually want to go war with the North Koreans. "No one wants war, the president doesn't want war, we tried to do this through dialogue, we tried to do this through sanctions we've tried every diplomatic matter we can, and we're not giving up on that," said Haley, appearing to shift from Mr. Trump's warning of "total destruction" in his first speech to the General Assembly.
After hours of mostly peaceful protests over a white former police officer’s acquittal in the fatal shooting of a black man, a crowd of demonstrators gathered in St. Louis Friday night outside the new mayor’s house.
Ms. Krewson, who is white and a Democrat, staked her campaign for mayor this year on a promise to curb the violence and heal divisions in St. Louis, a city of 311,000 that has roughly even numbers of black and white residents.
Security camera footage published by British media on Sunday showed a man carrying a bag similar to the one containing the explosive device in Sunbury, west of London, a location later raided by police.
A bucket packed with homemade explosives and nails partially detonated on a crowded train at the Parsons Green station on Friday, injuring 30 people, mostly with burns. The terror threat level in the UK was raised to its maximum level after the attack, but was downgraded to severe on Sunday after the first two arrests.
Hurricane Maria has knocked out power to the entire island of Puerto Rico, home to 3.5m people, emergency officials have said.
Images shared on social media show roofs being stripped away as winds as strong as 140 mph (225 km/h) whipped trees and power lines in Puerto Rico's capital city, San Juan. Maria made landfall in Yabucoa in the east of Puerto Rico early on Wednesday, according to the US National Hurricane Center (NHC).
Hurricane Maria made landfall in Puerto Rico early Wednesday as a powerful Category 4 storm with winds of 155 mph, and it was expected to punish the island with life-threatening winds for 12 to 24 hours, forecasters said.
Hurricane Maria lost some strength as it raked across Puerto Rico but remained a major storm Wednesday afternoon, the National Hurricane Center said. The center downgraded Maria from a Category 4 to a Category 3 hurricane, but the storm was expected to remain dangerous through Friday.
“I have decided,” President Donald Trump declared Wednesday, announcing he’d reached a verdict on the Iran nuclear deal’s future even as top U.S. and Iranian officials headed into their highest-level talks of his presidency. Iran’s leader, meanwhile, lashed out at “ignorant, absurd and hateful rhetoric” in response to Trump’s blistering attack at the U.N.
Iran threatens to restart nuclear program if U.S. continues with sanctions. Shortly afterward, Vice President Mike Pence told the U.N. Security Council that Iran “continues to flout the spirit of the Iran deal, destabilizing the region and brazenly threatening the security of sovereign nations,” a toned-down version of the diatribe delivered by Trump in a General Assembly speech to fellow world leaders Tuesday.
A powerful 7.1 earthquake rocked central Mexico on Tuesday, collapsing homes and bridges across hundreds of miles, killing at least 217 people and sending thousands more fleeing into the streets screaming in a country still reeling from a deadly temblor that struck less than two weeks ago.
The temblor struck 32 years to the day after another powerful earthquake that killed thousands and devastated large parts of Mexico City — a tragedy that Peña Nieto had commemorated earlier Tuesday.
Hundreds of jubilant supporters of Aung San Suu Kyi gathered in Yangon on Tuesday to watch their country’s leader give her first public address on the Rohingya crisis.
“Worldwide, a lot of fake news and rumours are spreading,” said May Nyi Oo, 42, wearing bright red lipstick and Aung San Suu Kyi stickers on her cheeks. More than 400,000 Rohingya Muslims have fled Myanmar’s northern Rakhine state to neighbouring Bangladesh since Rohingya insurgents attacked dozens of police posts in late August, prompting a massive military crackdown.
EPA. The desperate hunt for dozens of missing children at a Mexico City school partially flattened by a powerful earthquake became a race against time as dawn broke Wednesday.
Robert W. Bouman was in Mexico City visiting family when the quake struck — the second he had experienced in Mexico in less than two weeks. Some 3,400 soldiers have been deployed to support the region and between 50 and 60 people have been rescued in total, according to Mexico City Mayor Miguel Ángel Mancera.
Hillary Clinton should have paid more attention to her husband's former adviser Paul Begala, who once said, "Never interrupt your opponent when he's destroying himself."
It gives Democrats yet another reason to ask why Hillary Clinton won't get off the stage so they can pick up from the debacle of 2016 and find ways to connect to the voters she managed to lose.
Unfortunately, most of the homes in Puerto Rico are built to withstand just 125 mph winds, characteristic of a Category 2 hurricane, according to one expert on building codes on the island.
According to University of Puerto Rico at Mayagüez engineering professor Dr. Luis Aponte-Bermúdez, Puerto Rico adopted the "International Building Code" in 2011, which requires residences withstand 140 mph winds, characteristic of a Category 3 storm.
North Korea’s foreign minister, Ri Yong-ho, has issued a withering riposte to Donald Trump, likening his threat to destroy the regime to the “sound of a dog barking”, adding that he “felt sorry” for the US president’s advisers. In his first speech to the UN general assembly, Trump said on Tuesday the US would be forced to “totally destroy” North Korea if Washington was forced to defend itself or its allies against the country’s missiles.
The Senate Intelligence Committee has invited President Trump's personal lawyer Michael Cohen to appear in an open session at the end of October.
Cohen, a longtime confidant of Mr. Trump, was originally scheduled to speak with committee staff Tuesday behind closed doors, as part of the investigation into any alleged collusion between the Trump campaign and the Russian government. However, the committee decided to postpone its meeting with Cohen after he released a four-page opening statement to the press ahead of his interview.
Special counsel Robert Mueller's team of investigators wants information from the White House related to alleged collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia.
The June 2016 meeting at Trump Tower that Donald Trump Jr. attended with a Russian lawyer - as well as the administration's response to it – is a key event for the Mueller team, AP said. A statement given to journalists in July - which the White House said Trump had had a hand in drafting - said the meeting was primarily about a US program for adopting Russian children.
Jimmy Kimmel chokes up talking about his son’s heart surgery, 3 days after he was born. “Do you believe that every American, regardless of income, should be able to get regular checkups, maternity care, etc., all of those things that people who have health care get and need?”. Kimmel was encouraged by Cassidy’s remarks, and by the senator’s commitment to have any new health care legislation pass what he called the “Jimmy Kimmel test.”