Nicki Minaj Fires Back At Giuseppe Zanotti Over 'Racism And Disrespect'

Zanotti often works with Minaj to create one of a kind shoes for the superstar/rapper. She clarified in a later tweet that it wasn't about money, but the "disrespect". She then went on to tweet #RunMeMyCheck and #GiuseppeWhatsGood (looks like you've been replaced, Miley) before asking her fans to get the hashtags trending, writing, "he gon learn today".

United Nations condemns 'devastating' Rohingya abuse in Myanmar

UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Raad Al Hussein said: "The cruelty to which these Rohingya children have been subjected is unbearable - what kind of hatred could make a man stab a baby crying out for his mother's milk?" "The attacks against the Rohingya population in the area seems to have been widespread as well as systematic, again indicating the possible commission of crimes against humanity", the report noted, adding that forcible displacement as a effect of violence "has been ...

Today Is Your Last Chance to Sign Up for Obamacare

Later, Sen Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., asked Tavenner about whether President Donald Trump's executive order seeking to dismantle the ACA through regulatory means would further destabilize the individual marketplaces. But the measure, proposed by Walden, doesn't limit what insurers can charge people with pre-existing conditions, said Representative Frank Pallone, a New Jersey Democrat.

The unemployment rate ticked up slightly. Cue the Trump Twitter distraction

Pointing to the 584,000 people entering the labor force in January, Hamrick noted that there may be more people on the sidelines waiting to jump back into the labor force once they think their job prospects have improved. It should be noted that the nation's strong employment growth occurred in the face of a strong dollar that penalizes exports, and uncertainties associated with Brexit, elections pending in France and Germany, and lots of shaking going on in The White House.

British MPs approve first stage of Brexit Bill

The government is expected to win, with most Conservative and Labour MPs set to back its European Union Bill. The Scottish National Party and the Liberal Democrat leadership opposed the bill, while 47 Labour MPs and Tory ex-chancellor Ken Clarke rebelled.

Senate confirms Rex Tillerson as secretary of state 56-43

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has sent a message of greetings to US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson , who took office on Wednesday, a source at the Foreign Ministry said. The traditional welcoming was polite, but the applause was not as loud, sustained or filled with gleeful hoots as it was when former secretaries John F.

James Mattis prioritizes North Korea threat during first official visit

After campaign threats of possibly drawing down military support for South Korea, Trump may be trying to soothe hurt feelings by sending Mattis to Seoul. All are hoping to persuade China to use its influence over North Korea to contain or curtail Pyongyang's nuclear and missile programs. The Unification Ministry in Seoul condemned the statement and urged North Korea to "stop its bellicose rhetoric and take the path toward denuclearization and changes", the Yonhap news agency reported .

Sean Spicer slams 'nitpicking' of Holocaust statement

Trump's press secretary, Sean Spicer, defended the administration's statement in a Monday press conference, saying that Trump "went out of his way to recognize the Holocaust". Yes, the Holocaust "included" six million slain Jews "affected", along with families torn apart and survivors of death camps living with the scars. The Oxford English Dictionary defines the word "Holcoaust" in its modern, and accepted meaning, as "the mass murder of the Jews by the Nazis in the war of 1939-1945".

Shivpal Yadav Threatens To Form New Party After Poll Results

Polling in various parts of Uttar Pradesh will commence on February 11 and end on March 8. "There were review meetings run only by her with state functionaries and in-charges; sometimes, no other senior Congress leader was present in the meeting chaired by her", pointed out a senior party leader on the condition of anonymity.

New Haven Agency Looks To Ease Fears, Assure Safety Of Refugee Families

Trump is criticized for his executive measures regarding the refugee entry to the United States, which is said to be firstly aimed at halting the arrival of Muslims to the country. This number pales in comparison to other countries, such as Turkey, which now hosts almost three million Syrian refugees. The ban on refugees from all countries will be for 120 days, on refugees from Syria participating in a resettlement program indefinitely and from the other countries named for 90 days.

Philippines Temporarily Halts Anti-Drug Raids, Citing Crimes By Police

President Rodrigo Duterte said he was embarrassed that anti-drugs officers had abused their power to engage in kidnapping, leading to the death by strangulation of Jee Ick-joo, on the grounds of the national police headquarters. "You policemen are the most corrupt". Until now Mr Duterte, a former 72-year-old provincial mayor, has strongly defended police against accusations of their involvement in widespread extra-judicial executions, promising to protect them from prosecution for killings ...

U.S. president tasks team with finding new anti-IS partners

This plan should contain "identification of new coalition partners in the fight against ISIS and policies to empower coalition partners to fight ISIS and its affiliates", the document reads. Trump spoke at the Pentagon after a ceremonial swearing-in for the retired Marine general. Trump's visit to the Defence Department's headquarters will start the conversation over how to fulfill his pledge to eradicate radical Islamic terrorism "completely from the face of the Earth".

Trump's refugee ban no solution to problems, Turkey PM says

May announced the creation of a joint group to boost trade ahead of Britain's departure from the European Union and also oversaw the signing of a deal for Britain's BAE Systems to develop a new Turkish fighter jet. "Now it is important Turkey sustains that democracy by maintaining the rule of law and upholding its global human rights obligations, as the government has undertaken to do".

Gambian President Barrow receives warm welcome following post-election crisis

Mr Haruna Iddrisu, the Minority Leader in his contribution to the debate called on the new government in Gambia to work towards electoral reforms in the country. Gambia, with almost 1.9 million people, has become an example in West Africa as the region strives for stable, democratic changes of power. Gambians have said they were looking forward to their freedom after two decades of Jammeh's iron-fisted rule.

Rooster display among highlights of South Coast Plaza's Lunar New Year celebration

Technology has modernised this tradition, allowing people to exchange red envelopes via apps and the internet. The zodiac is said to influence personalities of people born under a given sign as well as the general tone and mood of the year.

Usain Bolt Loses 2008 Gold Medal Because Of Teammate

Japan's relay team will now be awarded the silver medal, while Brazil will be awarded bronze. According to an in-depth document provided by the International Olympic Committee regarding Carter's failure, his sample was retested in 2016 and found to have contained a banned substance through methods that were not available in 2008.

Head of Knights of Malta Order Resigns After Vatican Condom Row

A statement from the Vatican said Francis accepted the resignation of the order's grand master, Matthew Festing, which he had offered Tuesday. Festing claimed that von Boeselager allowed condoms to be distributed in Myanmar through the Order's charity branch.

Russian Federation and United States warplanes strike Syria in first ever JOINT attack

Jeff Davis told reporters Monday. "If there is a way we can combat ISIS with any country, whether it's Russian Federation or anyone else, and we have a shared national interest in that - sure, we'll take it", Spicer said at the first daily press briefing of the Trump administration.

Donald Trump Hits Hollywood At Women's March, Rejoices Over Inauguration Ratings

An audience of 30.6 million people tuned in to watch Donald Trump's inauguration as president, falling short of the number of people who watched Barack Obama's first swearing in eight years ago, according to Nielsen . But he didn't come close to the all-time record of 41.8 million total viewers set in 1981, when Ronald Reagan began his first term. By those numbers, Trump ranked a ninth, with a 20.1 rating.

Gambian leader finally agrees to step down amid military pressure

The former Gambian president negotiated Friday with the presidents of Guinea and Mauritania before agreeing to step down. West African militaries announced soon after that they had crossed into The Gambia, which is nearly completely surrounded by Senegal.