President Donald Trump called out poor countries for being "s***holes." Yes, there are terrible places to live. And, yes, it is easy to build a wall and say figure it out on your own. But we can't.
Under the new law, online media outlets, including social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter, will be forced to issue corrections and remove content that the Singaporean government determines to be untrue, according to Reuters.
Goh Hai Peng was seen entering his cabin on the first night of the Dream Cruises trip and was never seen again.
The man was fined for "throwing rubber bands in a public place."
"I am worrying about my lack of English proficiency," Kim reportedly told South Korean President Moon Jae-in.
The exact causes of the deaths have yet to be determined.
'Crazy Rich Asians' actress Victoria Loke gives Newsweek the insider's tour of her iconic hometown.
The shipment was worth nearly $39 million.
Singapore Airlines has transformed a New Jersey steel mill into the world's largest vertical farm to provide organic greens for in-flight meals.
The former CIA agent pointed to satellite imagery and intelligence reports that have shown the Asian nation has actually expanded or enhanced its capabilities.
Anton Ilichev was found dead in his cabin on December 6.
"If you are friends with two countries which are on different sides, sometimes it is possible to get along with both, sometimes it's more awkward when you try to get along with both," Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong warned.
At least 16 bases were continuing research.
Experts from the Wildlife Reserves Singapore (WRS) revealed his condition in a Facebook video uploaded Wednesday.
The plane had to be escorted back by fighter jets.
A new 38 North report shows the apparent dismantling of the Sohae Satellite Launching Station, something it calls "a significant confidence-building measure."
President Trump said last week that 200 "fallen heroes" had been sent back to the U.S., but Pompeo told Senate none had as yet been received.
State-controlled media reported on the historic summit deepening the two leaders' "friendly feelings."
A State Department transcript of a Mike Pompeo briefing said it was delivered in "Singapore, Malaysia."
"For [Kim], nuclear weapons are a guarantee of his safety."
Trump urged photographers to make him and the North Korean leader look "handsome and thin."
The two leaders signed a historic agreement at the end of their talks.