United States

Barbara Bush's passion for education and family lives on

As Americans from the west coast to the east coast make their way to College Station, Texas and drive up the road to the George H.W. Bush Library & Museum, one of the first signs they see is the name of the road that leads up to the building-it's affectio

World

This Air Force combat controller died alone on a mountaintop in Afghanistan — now he's being awarded the Medal of Honor

US Air Force US Air Force Technical Sgt. John Chapman will be posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor. Chapman, a combat controller, was killed during a fierce firefight in Afghanistan in 2002. He will be the first Air Force service member to receive the

Life & Style

Stars of Baselworld 2018: Seiko celebrates a milestone with the Grand Seiko Hi-Beat 36,000 V.F.A.

With everyone focused on the “Made in Switzerland” marque, it’s easy to overlook the substantial achievements of great Japanese watch companies like Seiko. This year Seiko celebrates its heritage with the Grand Seiko Hi-Beat 36,000 V.F.A.

Scotland

Scottish salmon farming petition signed by 30,500

The petition urges the Scottish government to routinely test effluent from salmon processing plants.

Scotland

Cable to urges SNP to back campaign for new Brexit vote

Vince Cable is to tell Lib Dem conference delegates that SNP votes could be "crucial" to winning a new vote on Brexit.

Scotland

Scottish doctors' leader warns health service 'deteriorating'

The chairman of BMA Scotland said patients are suffering due to funding not keeping up with demand.

Business

Airline Regulators Call for Emergency Inspections of Boeing 737 Engines

U.S. aviation regulators in the wake of this week’s fatal Southwest Airlines accident imposed emergency inspection requirements for jet engines that power many Boeing 737 jetliners around the world.

World

North Korea announces end to missile testing as Trump cites 'big progress'

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un announced Friday that his country will be suspending missile testing and closing a nuclear test site, several reports said.

World

North Korea 'halts missile and nuclear tests', says Kim Jong-un

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un's announcement comes a week before a summit with South Korea.

Investing

What Is Wealth Management? A Definition That Works For Everyone

Most people think of Wealth Management as being applicable to Billionaires, BUT NOT SO. Everyone should manage their "Wealth" and whatever level they are at

Finance

The FAA has ordered inspections of the type of jet engines that failed on deadly Southwest flight

The Federal Aviation Administration has ordered airlines to inspect certain older CFM56-7B turbofan engines. A CFM56-7B failed on Southwest Airlines Flight 1380 on Tuesday, forcing the flight to make an emergency landing.  The FAA is requiring inspec

Politics

Missouri governor charged with felony computer data tampering

(Reuters) - Missouri Governor Eric Greitens, already facing an invasion-of-privacy trial next month stemming from an extramarital affair, was charged separately on Friday with felony computer data tampering, prosecutors said.

World

North Korea Suspends Nuclear, Long-Range Missile Tests

Pyongyang said it has suspended the tests effective Saturday and plans to close its nuclear test site.

Politics

CIA releases memo clearing Haspel over destruction of waterboarding tapes

The Central Intelligence Agency has declassified an internal memo that absolves Gina Haspel, President Donald Trump's nominee for CIA director, of responsibility for destroying videotapes showing the waterboarding of terrorism suspects in 2005, an issue t

United Kingdom

Theresa May: Compensation for Windrush generation

The prime minister says people who were treated unfairly will receive payments "where appropriate".

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