Morgan James’s new release, Trump Your Life: 25 Life Lessons from the Ups and Downs of The 45th President of the United States by Dr. Keith Ablow and Christian Josi, provides the tools to help people transform their relationships, revolutionize their approach to work, achieve the success they have dreamt of, or revitalize their family, community, or country. Trump Your Life is being released early due to demand and its topic aligning with the political events currently taking place in the U.S. Read more
INTERNET (NOVEMBER 16, 2017) (SOCIAL MEDIA WEBSITE) – TWITTER VIA DONALD TRUMP – U.S. President Donald Trump weighed in on the sexual harassment allegations against Senator Al Franken on Thursday (November 16), calling the Democrat “Frankenstein” on Twitter. Continue reading
BEIJING, CHINA (NOVEMBER 9, 2017) (REUTERS) – Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hu Chunying said on Thursday (November 9) there were plenty of channels for people in China to communicate with “the outside world”. Hua’s comments were a response to a journalist’s question about whether China sees U.S. President Donald Trump’s open use of twitter during his trip in Beijing to be in breach of Chinese law. Continue reading
VALLETTA, MALTA (OCTOBER 18, 2017) (REUTERS) – The killing of prominent journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia has stunned Malta but it did not come as a surprise, says her friend, Dr. Petra Caruana Dingli. Continue reading
Republican frontrunner Donald Trump says he has “disavowed” a white supremacist repeatedly, and hopes he will not have to disavow again.
Terry Wogan, one of the BBC’s most recognisable faces and voices, has died after a battle with cancer aged 77. Continue reading
Finding a safe investment which offers a good return isn’t easy in these days of low interest rates. As a Hayley Platt reports rare first edition books are increasing attracting investor interest. Continue reading
A new book recounts the story of a Cuban youth baseball team started by Ernest Hemingway. Angela Moore reports. Continue reading
Belarussian author Svetlana Alexievich, who won the Nobel Prize for Literature for her portrayal of the harshness of life in the Soviet Union, says her main objective is to tell the truth.
The publishing director for Literature Nobel Prize winner Svetlana Alexievich says she deserves the prize because her books not only show real life in the former Soviet republics but are life itself.