Whereabouts of 1,488 Migrant Children not Known; Lawmakers Raises Concern

The Trump administration has lost track of 1,488 migrant children and lawmakers describe it as troubling. The children entered United States illegally earlier this year and congressional findings reveal they were placed with sponsors after leaving shelters. Similarly, another 1,475 migrant children went unaccounted earlier after they were moved out of the Federal shelters in

Facebook Patent Battle With BlackBerry Notches Up ji

Facebook has filed a case in a San Francisco law court accusing BlackBerry of patent infringement. Bloomberg broke the story which takes the Facebook patent battle with BlackBerry to a whole new level. Early this year, BlackBerry took Facebook to court claiming patent infringement. BlackBerry wanted reparations for Facebook incorporating its protected technology in WhatsApp

FCC Will Suspend Most Operations This Week If Shutdown Continues

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) said on Monday that it should suspend the vast majority of its operations by mid-Thursday if the incomplete government shutdown proceeds. The FCC will proceed “work required for the insurance of life and property,” and in addition, work related to spectrum auction, since those are subsidized by the money raised

Divorce Rates are Falling for Gen X and Millennial Newlyweds

Marriage is considered a sacred event in a person’s life. Many have considered divorce. Others considered on staying together. Studies have shown that Generation Xers and Millennials have some of the greatest relationships. Generation Xers and Millennials are facing a new facet of their lives. With marriages changing people’s minds.  Generation xers and Millennials know this. They have saved

Economists, Businesses Believe Trump’s Tariff Policy Would Penalize Americans Heavy

United States economy is getting a wall of tariffs and President Donald Trump said it will save American factories and jobs will be protected by limiting imports. However, business houses have different views and one such tire company, Richburg, S.C., opened last year, reminds globalization is hard to stop. Let’s check this. American tire makers

Trump to Pay Mexico $20m to Stop Illegal Immigration

The Trump administration is not considering Mexico need to pay for a vast border wall, but the latest development is to pay the country in stopping illegal immigration to the United States through its border. Washington intends to make a payout of $20 million in foreign assistance funds to help the neighboring country pay for

Trump Official John Bolton Threatens International Court with Sanctions

Trump administration vows to protect its citizens and allies from unjust prosecution of International Criminal Court citing sanctions could be imposed if investigation is pursued on American troops in Afghanistan. The president’s national security adviser John R. Bolton said Monday United States would ban the judges and prosecutors of I.C.C. from entering U.S. if the

Trump Warns Apple to Stop Production in China

President Donald Trump has further accelerated trade war with China by calling iPhone maker Apple to move its production from the country to United States and keep itself safe from suffering the consequences. The latest Trump policy is to narrow US trade deficit and to accommodate it the president has called companies to make their

Barack Obama Returning To Electoral Politics

Former President Barack Obama is making a comeback to electoral politics. His frontal attack could soon be seen In Ohio and California, both being prime Democratic targets. His first election public event since leaving office would be in Orange County and on next Thursday he is expected to campaign in Cleveland for Richard Cordray, a

Michael Kinch’s Book Explains Vaccinations, Human Immunity; Anti-Vaccination Movement Should Understand

In a new book titled “Between Hope and Fear: A History of Vaccines and Human Immunity” the author Michael Kinch explains in 334 pages how vaccinations saved millions proving to be one of the greatest achievements of scientific medicine, but lately a nod given by president Donald Trump to the anti-vaccination movement is deeply disturbing

Chinese Tycoon Richard Liu Arrested In Minnesota, Alleged Criminal Sexual Conduct

JD.com’s founder Richard Liu was arrested in Minnesota on Friday on a criminal sexual conduct charge during his business trip to United States. He was however released the next day without bail to resume his business activities as originally planned following the police failed in finding substance to the claim. The Chinese billionaire with native

Passport Not Renewed For Americans In Mexico Border Region. Is It Ethnic Cleansing?

Suddenly the citizenships of hundreds and thousands of people born in United States are in question. They are denied renewal of their U.S. passports as the State Department believes they are not American. The Trump administration is accusing many of Hispanics along the border region of U.S.-Mexico to have used fraudulent birth certificates to become