Madeleine Albright 'Ready to Register as Muslim' Over Trump's Immigration Policies
Former US Secretary of State Madeleine Albright announced she is ready to "register as Muslim" in solidarity amid reports that President Trump is taking executive actions affecting immigrants to the US. At the same time, she sent out another tweet saying "America must remain open to people of all faiths & backgrounds". "I lift my lamp beside the golden door!" After proposing his controversial Muslim ban, Trump later said he would impose a system of "extreme vetting" and regularly floated the idea of a Muslim registry to track Muslims already in the country.
Madeleine Albright - the first women to become US Secretary of State - is almost 80 years old and shows no sign of slowing down.
News is now circulating that President Trump plans to take executive action against the admission of immigrants to the US, especially refugees and migrants from Syria, Yemen, Iraq and four other predominantly Muslim countries.
Japan launches first-ever Military Communications Satellite Kirameki-2
The two nations are likewise at chances over the abuse of gas fields that straddle selective financial zones guaranteed by both. The ministry says it is the first of three satellites that will replace three civilian ones now used by Japan's military.
Madeleine Albright snapped back at the news of President Donald Trump's plan to shut some people out of America with a call for human solidarity. The family eventually immigrated to the U.S.in the late 1940s.
"Tomorrow is International Holocaust Remembrance Day".
On Wednesday, "Big Bang Theory" star Mayim Bialik also tweeted in protest to a potential executive order, "I'm Jewish".
Floyd Mayweather ridicules Dana White's $25m offer to fight Conor McGregor
He hasn't fought since he won the UFC's 155-pound title by knocking out Eddie Alvarez at UFC 205 in November. McGregor has publicly demanded $100 million for a boxing match against Mayweather.
But there has been no mention of a register of American Muslims in recent months - something Mr Trump said he would "certainly implement" in an interview in 2015, but later distanced himself from.
"If you force Muslims to register, we will all register as Muslims", Steinem said during a speech at the Women's March on Washington, drawing raucous cheers.
United States reviewing invitation to Syria talks in Kazakhstan
The negotiations between the Syrian government and opposition will be held on January 23 in the run-up to a Geneva meeting in February.
Senate Committee Approves Wichita Falls Native Rex Tillerson for Secretary of State
His tweets may have been innocent and random but it has caused a lot to recently questioning of the Tesla Motors CEO. Musk is also one of the big names to immediately approve of Trump's pick for his secretary of state.
Tom Brady Defends Friendship With Donald Trump
Tom Brady was deflated most of the game and his 314 passing yards resulted in only nine points in the first three-plus quarters. He intercepted four passes during the season and shutdown Pittsburgh's top weapon, Antonio Brown, in the AFC championship game.
Wait, is Donald Trump actually going to build that wall?
Trump claims that the wall is necessary to stem immigrants who illegally cross into the United States from its southern border.
'1984' becomes best seller again with help from 'alternative facts'
That phrasing was reminiscent of Orwell's "Ministry of Truth", which, he wrote, concerns itself with "lies". As of Tuesday, the book was the sixth best-selling book on Amazon .
16 dead, 40 injured in Italy bus crash, fire
According to the broadcaster the truck driver stayed at the scene trying to assist until investigators arrived at the scene. The report said some students were thrown from the vehicle and others were trapped inside the bus when it caught fire.
Deadly storms tear through rural Georgia
A massive tree fell through the living room, causing the roof to cave in and breaking a window and leaving lots of water damage. A further four were injured in Choctaw County, Mississippi and at least 20 homes damaged in a suspected tornado.
Protests force CM to leave without inaugurating jallikattu
The Home, Environment and Law ministries gave their approval to the ordinance, which allows the sport under certain restrictions. Jallikattu , which is also referred to as Eruthazhuvuthal locally, is practiced in Tamil Nadu as a part of Pongal celebrations.
Johnny Depp gets emotional during acceptance speech at People's Choice Awards
Heard filed for divorce in May after 15 months of marriage and days later, obtained a temporary restraining order against Depp. Johnny was extremely thankful to his supporters, family and fans who didn't let him down previous year .
'Star Trek Discovery' Postponed Indefinitely Thanks To Clash With 'The Walking Dead'
Star Trek: Discovery will debut later this year (in theory), with a Vucan ambassador joining an already robust cast of characters. Michelle Yeoh , Anthony Rapp and Doug Jones were announced as the 13-episode series' first castmembers.
Vegemite tastes better on Australian cheese
Mondelez's New Zealand operations include the Cadbury factory which was part of a global takeover in 2010. The company's acquisition of Vegemite is part of a deal it made with US-based Mondelez International .