President Trump signs tariffs on steel and aluminium Play

President Trump signs tariffs on steel and aluminium

President Donald Trump followed through on his pledge to impose stiff tariffs on imported steel and aluminum, while excluding Canada and Mexico and leaving the door open to sparing other countries on the basis of national security. Mar 9, 2018
Pornhub pulls ads for Illinois congressional cannabis candidate Play

Pornhub pulls ads for Illinois congressional cannabis candidate

Pornhub has pulled ads on its website for Illinois Congressional candidate Benjamin Thomas Wolf.He was accused of emotional and physical abuse by ex-girlfriend and former intern Katerina Coates. He denies the claims.The Democrat hopeful, nicknamed the cannabis candidate has also been criticized  for wrongfully implying he was an FBI agent and that he has served in Iraq. Mar 8, 2018
Rape survivors powerful photo series explores psychological impact of sexual assault Play

Rape survivors powerful photo series explores psychological impact of sexual assault

Photographer Elisa Iannacone presents The Spiral of Containment: Rapes Aftermath, an exhibition that harnesses the power of images to change the way we see. Each of the photos featured in the multimedia exhibit shows one of 25 survivors, including Iannacone, in a carefully-constructed scene that survivors psychologically associate with their attack. The exhibit will take place at Londons iconic OXO Tower from 8th March (International Womens Day) -11th March 2018. Mar 8, 2018
Teenager arrested in California after impersonating a Deputy Sheriff Play

Teenager arrested in California after impersonating a Deputy Sheriff

A 14-year-old boy has been arrested in San Bernardino, California after donning a deputy sheriff and amp;#39;s uniform and turning up a peoples and amp;#39; homes on and amp;#39;call outs and amp;#39;. Officers discovered a stash of simulation firearms, ballistic vests and a large amount of counterfeit money at the teenager and amp;#39;s house. Mar 8, 2018
Doctors in Canada are protesting they get paid too much Play

Doctors in Canada are protesting they get paid too much

Over 600 Canadian doctors and medical students have signed a public letter against their pay raises.They argue their negotiated salary increase by their medical federations is shocking considering the working conditions for their nursing colleagues and the effect recent cuts have had on patient care. Mar 8, 2018