https://mgtvwkrg.files.wordpress.com/2017/12/all-kids.jpg

World Media

During a monologue that went viral on social media, Kimmel addressed his broadcast audience of 2.4 million and contrasted the inaction on CHIP - which aids 9 million children and their families - with the tax-cut bill on a fast track in Congress.
  • RAF Mildenhall: US air base placed on lockdown after 'significant incident'

    RAF Mildenhall: US air base placed on lockdown after 'significant incident'

    World Media

    BBC News reported that the incident had ended and a brief mandatory lock-down of the base had been lifted. The US has not yet commented on the significant security incident at the country's RAF Mildenhall airbase in the UK's Suffolk. Individuals in the area surrounding the installation are asked to avoid the base at this time". Crown Prosecution Service undated handout photo made available Friday April 1, 2016 of delivery driver Junead Khan, 25, from Luton England.
  • OAS says 'critical questions' stay over Honduras election

    OAS says 'critical questions' stay over Honduras election

    World Media

    Two reconnaissance helicopters were sent to comb the missing Eurocopter AS350 Ecureuil helicopter's planned flight path from Toncontin global airport in capital city Tegucigalpa to Comayagua, some 50 miles (80 km) northwest, but because of inclement weather conditions land teams were sent in, the Honduran armed forces said in the statement.
  • Prince Harry will marry Meghan Markle in May

    Prince Harry will marry Meghan Markle in May

    World Media

    George's Chapel at Windsor Castle . William is president of the English Football Association , and May 19 is the date of the FA Cup final, one of the biggest English soccer games of the year. The timing could be an issue for Harry's older brother Prince William , who is expected to be the best man at the wedding. May 19 has been in Prince William's diary for a long time.
  • Afghan policemen killed in Taliban attack

    Afghan policemen killed in Taliban attack

    World Media

    Anti-government armed militant groups including the Taliban insurgents have not commented regarding the report. Afghan police and troops - beset by a high death toll, desertions and non-existent "ghost soldiers" on the payroll - have been struggling to beat back the insurgents since US-led North Atlantic Treaty Organisation troops ended their combat mission in December 2014.
  • Militants Attack Afghan Spy Agency's Facility in Kabul

    Militants Attack Afghan Spy Agency's Facility in Kabul

    World Media

    Gunmen are hiding in a building which is under construction close to a training center of the NDS and are targeting the center, eyewitnesses said. "The fighting is ongoing and we have also launched our operation". Security forces have cordoned off the area. The Islamic State group claimed the attack in statement carried by its Aamaq news agency, saying two fighters had attacked an intelligence center in Kabul .
  • Erdogan says Turkey aims to open embassy in East Jerusalem

    Erdogan says Turkey aims to open embassy in East Jerusalem

    World Media

    Erdoğan said Turkey already has an ambassador in Jerusalem and that "the day is close when officially. we will open our embassy there". Erdogan has sought to lead the Islamic condemnation of his United States counterpart's move, calling a summit of the leaders of Muslim nations last week in Istanbul who urged the world to recognise East Jerusalem as the Palestinian capital.
  • Former World Cup victor Kaka calls it a day

    Former World Cup victor Kaka calls it a day

    World Media

    I would like to work at a club as a manager, a sporting director or in a role that combines things on the pitch and the club. In a tweet posted on Sunday the Champions League victor wrote: "It was much more than I could ever imagined". At the time, he didn't rule out another spell with Brazilian club Sao Paulo, but retirement always seemed more likely. He scored the MLS team's first ever goal and was the North American league's highest-paid player for three years running before leaving ...
  • Chinese Air Force conducts long-range drills in Sea of Japan, around Taiwan

    Chinese Air Force conducts long-range drills in Sea of Japan, around Taiwan

    World Media

    South Korean fighter jets made an emergency sortie to escort five Chinese warplanes out of the Korean Air Defense Identification Zone (KADIZ), Seoul's military said Monday. The Chinese aircraft were detected infringing on the KADIZ from the southwest of Ieo Island at around 10:10 a.m. and flying out of the zone at 1:47 p.m., according to the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
  • Saakashvili supporters protest in Kiev

    Saakashvili supporters protest in Kiev

    World Media

    The situation was relatively calm at the Palace after darkness fell with a large number of riot police blocking the entrance to the centre, whose doors protesters had earlier tried to break through, some throwing stones and other objects. No serious injuries were reported in the clashes. Earlier this month, an arrest warrant was issued for him, following a brief detention in Kiev - in an incident that saw him climb onto the roof of his apartment building when police raided his address.
  • At least 12 dead as fire break out at shop in…

    At least 12 dead as fire break out at shop in…

    World Media

    Although the fire was extinguished within ten minutes, several workers who were fast asleep at the shop when the fire broke out died. All the injured have been rushed to Rajawadi hospital and are undergoing treatment. Meanwhile, the Saki Naka police are working on identifying the deceased as well as probing to find out about the safety measures taken by the shop owner.
  • European Commission to investigate Ikea's Dutch tax arrangement

    European Commission to investigate Ikea's Dutch tax arrangement

    World Media

    The EU on Monday opened an in-depth investigation into Swedish furniture giant Ikea's tax deals in the Netherlands, in the latest salvo by Brussels against the tax affairs of multinationals. A probe into Ikea, one of Europe's best-known brands, may lift some criticism Vestager has received for focusing on how United States companies may use different methods to reduce taxes.
  • Fog advisories in effect for almost entire state

    Fog advisories in effect for almost entire state

    World Media

    Temperatures through the day will be mild starting in the high 50s with a high of 68. We can expect scattered showers in the morning. Christmas Eve into Christmas Day looks COLD and DRY with lows in the 20s and highs in the 30s.right now.
  • Trump to accuse China of 'economic aggression' in key strategy

    Trump to accuse China of 'economic aggression' in key strategy

    World Media

    Administration officials quoted Defense Secretary James Mattis, who has said a strong economy is one of his most powerful weapons. Trump's national security adviser, H.R. Petersburg. That is a familiar theme from past administrations, but the Trump officials said the new document focuses on the trade and economic consequences for the United States from Chinese cybertheft and other issues.
  • Taking the good with the bad: Warmer temps comes with rain

    Taking the good with the bad: Warmer temps comes with rain

    World Media

    As high pressure covering the southeast, slides offshore, we'll see our winds change to a more southerly direction allowing for temperatures to warm into the middle and upper 60's. Behind this front cooler air will move into Acadiana as highs will drop into the lower 60s for Saturday and Sunday . Some patchy fog could move in late.