First Line News Articles for Sunday, April 22 2018
Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani is joining President Trump’s legal team as the president looks to end the potentially perilous inquiry into Russia’s interference in the 2016 election.
Wells Fargo & Co (WFC.N) is close to settling a record fine of $1 billion imposed by two U.S. regulators for its risk management business, a source familiar with the matter told Reuters on Thursday.
The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration said it will order inspections of at least 220 aircraft engines as investigators are focusing on a broken fan blade in an engine that exploded Tuesday on a Southwest Aiirlines flight, killing a passenger.
North Korea has expressed its commitment to “complete denuclearisation” of the Korean peninsula and has not attached conditions, South Korea’s president said on Thursday, but Washington remains wary and has vowed to maintain “maximum pressure” on Pyongyang.
Just two months after fearing for their lives as they fled Stoneman Douglas High School, ten of the survivors, along with volunteers with the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints helped transform a youth shelter into a source of inspiration.
The countywide tornado warning began firing at staccato-like intervals on Bethany Vermillion’s cell phone on what was becoming an unforgettable Saturday afternoon in late August 2017.
A fundamental disagreement between Latter-day Saint Christianity and mainstream Christianity concerns the doctrine of the Trinity. Both outsiders and members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints themselves commonly say Mormons reject the doctrine.
Clad in bright clothing showcasing the energy and beauty of this nation, Indian Latter-day Saints line up, hours before a scheduled meeting with President Russell M. Nelson on Thursday.
Sarah Sellers describes the weather during Monday’s Boston Marathon as a “monsoon.” But what she experienced as a runner while she drew strength from spectators along the route reminded her of a scripture from Doctrine and Covenants 84:88, in which the Lord promises to send angels to support his children during their trials.
MacAulay-Brown Inc. has been awarded a contract by the Missile Defense Agency for development and services to support the Ballistic Missile Defense System.
Cyclist Lance Armstrong agreed to pay $5 million to settle a lawsuit saying he defrauded the federal government by doping while competing for a cycling team sponsored by the U.S. Postal Service.
Federal authorities are urging people who bought chopped romaine lettuce in the United States to throw it away because it could get them sick.
A federal judge on Thursday blocked the Trump administration from transferring a U.S. citizen held as an enemy combatant to Saudi Arabia, in an under-the-wire decision that came just minutes before the government would have had the authority to move the prisoner against his will.
The federal board that oversees Puerto Rico’s finances approved a multi-year fiscal plan that aims to pull the commonwealth out of a decade-long recession by cutting spending, improving tax collections and taking steps to encourage businesses to expand on the hurricane-ravaged island.
President Donald Trump’s pick for secretary of state, CIA director Mike Pompeo, is facing stiff opposition to his becoming the nation’s top diplomat – and it may be unprecedented.
Fresh off his two-day summit with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, President Donald Trump made a short jaunt to Key West, Fla., on Thursday for a briefing on the military’s efforts to counter smuggling of illegal drugs.
The Justice Department on Thursday gave lawmakers redacted versions of memos kept by former FBI Director James Comey to document meetings with President Trump, a congressional source told Fox News.
Two sheriff’s deputies were shot and killed Thursday in a restaurant in Trenton, Fla., in what appeared to be an ambush, officials said.
Led by UN Ambassador Danny Danon, 40 ambassadors from Europe, Latin America and Africa participated in an event held at the President’s Residence in Jerusalem.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Thursday that “at least half a dozen” countries were considering moving their embassies to Jerusalem following the U.S. decision to do so.
The recent U.S.-led airstrikes in Syria are raising concern among Israelis that Russia could move to arm Damascus with a state-of-the-art missile defense system, Bloomberg reported Thursday.
A man linked to the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks on the United States, who was said to have praised “violent jihad,” was captured in Syria by U.S.-backed forces more than a month ago, the Pentagon said on Thursday.
The Queen has appealed to Commonwealth leaders to appoint her son, Prince Charles, to succeed her as their head.
There are not many people in the world who are able to change the name of a nation. But King Mswati can – he is one of the world’s few absolute monarchs.
Cuba’s new president, Miguel Diaz-Canel, began his term on Thursday with a promise to defend the socialist revolution led by the Castro brothers since 1959, giving a sober speech that also emphasized the need to modernize the island’s economy.
New White House national security adviser John Bolton held a surprise meeting with Russia’s ambassador at the White House Thursday amid high tensions between the two nations, telling Moscow’s diplomat that relations won’t improve until the Kremlin addresses Russia’s interference in the 2016 election and other crises.
AT&T Inc. Chief Executive Officer Randall Stephenson made his grandest pitch yet for the company’s planned takeover of Time Warner Inc., describing the $85 billion deal as a crucial step to the judge who holds the deal’s fate in his hands.
Walmart employees could soon be getting a little more wiggle room in their work attire.
If you like shooting stars, you’re in luck. The annual Lyrid meteor shower got going this year on Monday, April 16 and is expected to peak in the early morning on Sunday, April 22.
NASA and the European Space Agency celebrate the Hubble Space Telescope with a look at the dreamlike Lagoon Nebula.
The National Geographic Channel has revealed the first 3D, 360-degree video of space as a part of its new documentary series “One Strange Rock.” We took a virtual tour with the astronauts aboard the International Space Station while hearing their thoughts on the enormity of space, and it left us speechless.
The number of new monthly prescriptions for medications that treat opioid addiction nearly doubled over the past two years, according to new data, while prescriptions for opioid painkillers continued to decline.