|Bill O’Reilly mocks Rep. Maxine Waters’ ‘James Brown wig’ - |
O’Reilly was appearing on “Fox & Friends” when the show aired a clip of Waters denouncing President Trump. “We have suffered discrimination,” Waters said in the clip. “Fox & Friends” hosts Steve Doocy and Brian Kilmeade laughed and joined in on the ribbing.
|Mom Outraged at TSA, Claims They Treated Her Young Son and Family 'Like Dogs' - |
|Now I Get It: What is the Freedom Caucus? - |
President Trump blames, in part, a small group within his own party for scuttling one of his primary campaign promises: repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act. So who are they? They call themselves the Freedom Caucus.
|Sewol ferry 'remains' are animal bones: S. Korea ministry - |
Bone fragments recovered from the wreck of South Korea's Sewol ferry are from an animal and not human remains, the maritime ministry said Tuesday, dashing hopes of the relatives of missing victims. Authorities had earlier announced the pieces were human -- raising the prospect of closure for families of at least some of the nine passengers whose bodies were never found after the 2014 maritime disaster.
|China Southern, American Airlines announce tie-up - |
China Southern Airlines said Tuesday it would sell almost a one-tenth stake to American Airlines in a $200 million tie-up that could see two of the world's biggest carriers cooperate in a range of areas. American Airlines is the world's largest carrier by scheduled passengers carried, while China Southern is fourth globally and the biggest in Asia, according to the International Air Transport Association (IATA). The deal could give American a foot in the door of China's rapidly expanding air transport market, while China Southern said the move would support its own ambitions of expanding its global presence.
|Ahmed Kathrada, anti-apartheid activist and Mandela prison mate - |
South Africa's anti-apartheid icon Ahmed Kathrada, who was jailed alongside Nelson Mandela, was feted as a humble liberation hero who shunned the power and glory that came with freedom. Unlike many struggle veterans, Kathrada, who was imprisoned on Robben Island, never held public political office after the fall of apartheid and Mandela's election as president in 1994. When Mandela left office in 1999, after serving a single four-year term, Kathrada also stepped away from politics -- immersing himself in activism through his Ahmed Kathrada Foundation.
|The Latest: Various violations found days before fatal blaze - |