An assailant believed to have been dressed in a Santa Claus costume opened fire at a nightclub in Istanbul, killing 35 people and wounding 40 others.
Archives for December 2016
Here are the four things from the U.S. and around the world that made the list for best and worst news of 2016 for CATO economist Daniel Mitchell.
Vladimir Putin said he would not “resort” to “irresponsible ‘kitchen’ diplomacy” one day after Barack Obama expelled 35 intelligence operatives.
Trump can’t ignore a debt bomb from what is a built-in mathematical result of poorly designed entitlement programs combined with demographic changes.
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has sign on to a ceasefire agreement with the rebels set to take effect at midnight, Russian President Vladimir Putin said.
President Barack Obama expelled 35 Russian intelligence officials and sanctioned two agencies who he says were involved in hacking Democratic groups.
The Islamic State (ISIS) captured two Turkish soldiers and burned them alive in what could be the most barbaric video released by the terror group to date.
Trump Favorability: President-elect Donald J. Trump is still enjoying a post-election image improvement, though he dipped below the 50-percent threshold.
The Labor Department said weekly jobless claims fell by 10,000 to 265,000 for the week ending December 24, higher than the 264,000 estimate.