Free Press Journal
  • US President Donlad Trump defends Melania Trump for wearing stilettos to hurricane area

    Washington: US President Donald Trump defended his wife and First Lady Melania Trump after she faced criticism for wearing sky-high stilettos while en route to the hurricane Harvey-hit Texas state last month, the media reported. Trump’s defence of the footwear choice came while critiquing the media during a rally in Alabama on Friday night, reports The Hill magazine.

  • Donald Trump, Kim are like ‘children in a kindergarten’: Russia

    Moscow, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has likened the war of words between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un to a kindergarten fight between children. The North Korean leader earlier labelled Trump “mentally deranged” and a “dotard” after Trump threatened to destroy his country.

  • Dotard Vs. Madman: War of words between Trump and Kim Jong-Un

    Seoul: US President Donald Trump is “mentally deranged” and will “pay dearly” for his threat to destroy North Korea, Kim Jong-Un said on Friday, as his foreign minister hinted the regime may explode a hydrogen bomb over the Pacific Ocean.

  • Kim Jong-un fires another salvo at US President Donald Trump, calls him ‘mentally deranged U.S. dotard’

    London: After United States President Donald Trump announced another sanction against North Korea, the country’s leader Kim Jong-Un called the former “mentally deranged U.S. dotard”. Kim’s statement came after Trump issued a new Executive Order that expands U.S. sanctions on North Korea and companies or individuals that are involved in business with the nation, indulge in creating tension with nuclear and ballistic missile test.

  • US to give $32million in aid to Rohingya Muslims

    New York: The US will provide a humanitarian aid package worth $32 million to the Rohingya Muslim minority who have fled violence in Myanmar and crossed into neighbouring Bangladesh, the State Department announced. The funding “reflects the US commitment to help address the unprecedented magnitude of suffering and urgent humanitarian needs of the Rohingya people,” said the State Department’s Acting Assistant Secretary Simon Henshaw on Wednesday at the ongoing UN General Assembly

  • Iran President Hassan Rouhani fights back at US President Donald Trump over nuclear deal

    United Nations: Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said his country will preserve an international deal on Iran’s nuclear program but decisive response would be made to possible violation by the US. “I declare before you that the Islamic Republic of Iran will not be the first country to violate the agreement. But it will respond decisively and resolutely to its violation by any party,” Rouhani told the UN General Assembly on Wednesday, Xinhua

  • North Korea shrugs off Donald Trump threat as ‘dogs bark’

    Seoul: North Korea’s foreign minister has brushed aside US President Donald Trump’s fiery threat to destroy his nation, comparing it to a “dog’s bark” and suggesting Pyongyang would not be deterred by the rhetoric.

  • Donald Trump warns North Korea of ‘total destruction’

    United Nations: In his maiden address to the UN General Assembly, US President Donald Trump on Tuesday pledged to “totally destroy” North Korea after calling its regime a “band of criminals”. ‘‘If the United States is forced to defend itself and its allies, we will have no choice but to totally destroy North Korea,” President Trump told the gathering.

  • Preeti Bharara’s new podcast to take on justice issues, Trump

    New York :  India-born former top US federal prosecutor, Preet Bharara, who was sacked by President Donald Trump, will launch a podcast to discuss justice and fairness issues including the probe into the alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential polls.

  • Emmys put feminine foot forward

    This year’s award was a celebration of women-oriented content, sartorial fashion choices and diversity

  • US President Donald Trump once again mocks North Korean leader Kim Jong-un

    Washington: US President Donald Trump once again mocked North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un, calling him “Rocket Man”, an allusion to Pyongyang’s recent nuclear tests, as well as speaking ironically about the “long … lines” of people waiting to get fuel in the nation after the sanctions imposed by the UN.

  • To Kill the President: Review

    Title: To Kill the President
    Author: Sam Bourne
    Pages: 408
    Publisher:  HarperCollins Publishers

  • US options on North Korea effective and overwhelming: Donald Trump

    Washington, A day after North Korea fired an intermediate range ballistic missile over Japan, President Donald Trump said he is confident that the US’ options towards North Korea are “effective and overwhelming.”  “After seeing your capabilities and commitment here today, I am more confident than ever that our options in addressing this threat are both effective and overwhelming,”

  • US President Donald Trump confirms November trip to China, Japan, South Korea

    Washington: US President Donald Trump confirmed that he will travel in November to China, South Korea and Japan as part of his Asia tour, media reports said. Trump on Thursday did not rule out also visiting Vietnam to attend the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Forum and his team is still considering whether he will attend the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) summit in The Philippines, Efe news reported.

  • RBI not comfortable with Bitcoins: Sen

    There has been a growing number of investors in such currencies over the last few years, especially with the huge spurt in the value of a few of them since  Trump administration came in the US.

  • Donald Trump appoints Indian-American on key position in White House

    Washington: US President Donald Trump has appointed Indian-American Raj Shah to a key position in his communications team, the White House says. Trump also appointed his confidant Hope Hicks as his Communications Director, officials say.

  • Trump names Indian-American to key diplomatic position

    Washington : US President Donald Trump has nominated noted Indian-American lawyer Manisha Singh to a key administration position in the State Department, making her in charge of economic diplomacy.