Bigotry seems emboldened: George W Bush aims veiled criticism at Donald Trump

Bigotry seems emboldened: George W Bush aims veiled criticism at Donald Trump

The former US President made the comments while speaking at a George W. Bush Institute event on New York on 19 October. While never actually mentioning Trumps name, Bush rallied against bigotry and white supremacy, adding that modern politics seems more vulnerable to conspiracy theories and outright fabrication. Oct 20, 2017
Playboy features first ever transgender playmate

Playboy features first ever transgender playmate

Playboy will feature its first ever transgender and amp;#39;playmate and amp;#39; in the upcoming November issue.The french model Ines Ray will be centerfold, a first in Playboy and amp;#39;s 64- year history. Oct 20, 2017
Last Tintin comic strip expected to sell for more than $59,000 in auction

Last Tintin comic strip expected to sell for more than $59,000 in auction

The last major illustration by Tintin creator Herge will be put up for auction on Saturday (21 October) in Liege. Herge made the drawing, that included Tintin, his dog Snowy, Captain Haddock and a host of familiar characters, as a study for a mural at the Stockel metro station in Brussels. Oct 20, 2017
Does Donald Trump really love the troops?

Does Donald Trump really love the troops?

US President Donald Trump has a strange relationship with the military. The Commander-in-Chief regularly praises the troops, and has positioned himself their champion. However, in the past he has caused controversy with comments about the armed forces, whether it be feuding with a Gold Star family, banning transgender people from the military, or claiming Senator John McCain was not a war hero because he was captured. Oct 19, 2017
Tens of thousands rally in Barcelona as Spains political crisis deepens

Tens of thousands rally in Barcelona as Spains political crisis deepens

Tens of thousands took to the streets of Barcelona on Oct. 17 as the region refused to bow to the Spanish government and amp;#39;s demand that it renounces a symbolic declaration of independence. The Spanish government has threatened to put Catalonia, which accounts for a fifth of the economy, under direct central rule if its government does not abandon independence by Oct. 19. Oct 18, 2017