The State Department documented atrocities in Myanmar but left out a legal determination that critics say blunted its impact. This week’s talks in Singapore reflected the same stance.



Latest News

CTV News: Human remains found following camper trailer fire in Vita, Man.

CNN: Trump floats bringing back earmarks

CNN: Flynn sentencing postponed, judge rebukes him

CNN: Saturn losing rings quicker than expected

CTV News: Post office restores normal delivery times as mediated talks fail

Reuters: Micron quarterly revenue rises 16 percent

Reuters: UPDATE 1-Kinder Morgan faces proposed class action lawsuit on pipeline

Reuters: FedEx quarterly revenue rises 9.2 percent

Reuters: UPDATE 3-Glencore’s Katanga pays $22 million to settle Canada regulator probe

Reuters: Micron quarterly revenue rises 16 percent

Reuters: FedEx quarterly revenue rises 9.2 percent

Times of Israel: Rights group seeks probe of MK who called for blocking Palestinian traffic

ABC: Carnegie Hero Fund honors 18 for acts of selfless courage

ABC: Russian businessman to stay in jail pending laundering trial

WashingtonPost: Italy backs down in its budget standoff with the E.U.

WashingtonPost: D.C. Council legalizes sports betting, a first in the Washington region

WashingtonPost: Harassers like Les Moonves want to get paid to go away. What if women got paid instead?

WashingtonPost: There are still rats on Trump’s ship

WashingtonPost: Matt Adams returning fills a very specific need for the Nationals

NewYorkTimes: The Postal Worker’s Christmas

NewYorkTimes: Breast-Feeding Tied to Smaller Waist Size in Mother

FOX: Prep school grad ordered to report to jail after Christmas

FOX: State Medical board confirms complaint records on OSU doctor

2 Related Articles from 2018-08-04