United States Gains Observer Status in European Union

BRUSSELS, BELGIUM – On Februrary 28th, after a motion to recognize the United States and grant their status as an observer to the European Union (motioned by Vice President Tormentium), the United States has been formally recognized by the European Union, and has obtained status as an Observer. 63 more words


Biden welcomes pending passage Ukrainian economic plan

WASHINGTON (AP) — Vice President Joe Biden is welcoming plans by the Ukrainian government to pass legislation next week to help stabilize the country’s economy. 127 more words


Russian opposition leader a possible 'sacrificial victim'

MOSCOW (AP) — Maybe it was Islamic extremists who killed Boris Nemtsov. Or someone offended by his love life. Or agents of a Western power that will stop at nothing to disfigure President Vladimir Putin’s image and drive him from power. 1,092 more words


Venezuela to limit US diplomat number, require tourist visas

CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) – President Nicolas Maduro announced Saturday that he will limit the number of U.S. diplomats allowed to work in Venezuela and also will require U.S. 472 more words


First reported case of woman who is in fact "that hot"

After years of discussion and scientific debate, there was an exciting breakthrough in the world of anthropology today the first reported case of a woman being “ 278 more words

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Russian opposition leader murdered; Vladimir Putin vows "vigorous investigation" to find out whom he ordered to do it

MOSCOW–prominent Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov was murderer earlier today in Moscow, only a few hundred yards from the Kremlin. Hours later, Russian President Vladimir Putin promised to identify the killers, “even if it means going through all my old emails to do so.” 176 more words

The Hillary Clinton TV fictions: "State of Affairs" s01e01

The pilot/season one episode 1 of State of Affairs, is a higher quality production than Madam Secretary (I wrote about this and other… 863 more words