Donald Trump, not only boycotted the Fox News debate due to Megyn Kelly's alleged (hormone-induced) bias, but also organized a simultaneous event couple of miles away to demonstrate he both is and makes the news. And as always with men like Trump, it was all a matter of size regarding whose was better.
There may be a full blown civil war going on in Syria but you wouldn't know it if you were following the Assads. Bashar even organized a "national" election in the middle of it all and (unsurprisingly) got himself re-elected. Recently his wife, Asmaa al-Assad, presided over an honoring ceremony for the Syrian Science Olympiad stressing that "it was a challenge to prove to the world that Syria’s youth has the will, the knowledge" and all of their limbs intact "to be able to de
GOP front-runner Donald Trump loves his trump cards and at yesterday's Fox Business GOP debate he played one of his favorites, the birther question, to dispute Ted Cruz's eligibility for president. Overall Trump's performance was deemed to have exceeded expectations which is to say he bragged a lot, offended many and spoke of no actual fact.
Kim Jong-un has praised North Korea's scientists for allegedly testing a hydrogen bomb and urged them to keep up the good work improving the country's arsenal. He also reminded them that he's still waiting for that nuclear-powered fondue-set he commissioned in December.
North Korea has reported the accidental death of one of Kim Jong-un's top aides, Kim Yang Gon, which is a rare occurrence among the senior officials in the country. The accidental part, not the death part.
In his latest visit to Saudi Arabia last week for talks with King Salman, Turkish president Tayyip Erdogan was his usual chatty self as they discussed several pressing issues like how to get rid of Syria's Assad, how to neutralize Iran's influence in the region and how to design stylish palace extensions.