Trump's approval rating hits new low
Americans are increasingly dissatisfied with President Trump's on-the-job performance, according to new polls out this week. A majority of all respondents, 59 percent , disapproved of the way Democrats in Congress are handling the issue.
No substantial evidence on 39 missing Indians, says Iraq
Apart from Sushma Swaraj, al-Jaafari met Vice President Hamid Ansari and Minister of Petroleum and Natural Gas Dharmendra Pradhan. However, a report in Hindustan Times said that the jail in Badush was in ruins and there was no sign of the Indians.
Pakistani troops resorted to unprovoked firing towards an Indian post in the Uri sector, resulting in injuries to a jawan, an Army official said.
He also pushed the Indian side should permit UN Military Observer Group in India and Pakistan to play its mandated role as per the UN Security Council resolutions.
So far in 2017, the Indian forces have violated the ceasefire and working boundary agreements over 600 times, killing 25 civilians and injuring 110 others, the statement reads.
Tropical Storm Franklin makes way to Mexican bay
The government of Mexico has issued a hurricane watch for part of the eastern peninsula from Chetumal to Punta Allen. High pressure in the southern US should remain strong enough that Franklin will not directly affect the U.S.
My Base Is Bigger 'Than Ever Before'
Similarly, among non-college whites, the president's approval rating fell from 52 percent in January to 43 percent this month. Meanwhile, Trump's job approval among Republican voters has dipped to 79 percent, the Quinnipiac poll found.
Miami Dolphins bring QB Jay Cutler out of retirement
Don't get too excited about the possibility of Jay Cutler's color commentary on National Football League games just yet. He also threw the lowest number of interceptions (11) in a season where he appeared in at least 15 games.
Take a peek at Navy's new $13 billion aircraft carrier
The air wing to support the Ford could add more personnel to the ship, which is created to house more than 4,600 crew members. Navy bosses boast that the new ship is a "technological marvel" and claim it will carry much more than just fighter jets.