- Politically Incorrect: In the race for the 2016 Presidential election, we say what everyone is really thinking
WASHINGTON, DC (Herald de Paris) — It is November, 2015 and already the 2016 Presidential campaign has gone on too long. When did campaign season start happening earlier and earlier, like “Back to School” shopping at Walmart? So let’s pull off the gloves, tell it like it is, and get this over with. DONALD TRUMP […]
- PARDONED: Tofurky
WASHINGTON, DC (Herald de Paris) — While President Obama is over on the White House lawn with a barn load of school children, pardoning a couple of gobblers, we thought we might ingratiate ourselves to all you vegetarians and vegans out there, with a pardoning of our own. Thus, the Herald de Paris is proud […]
- Belgian police mount raids in Brussels and other towns
BRUSSELS (Reuters) – Belgian armed police mounted raids across the country late on Sunday after the prime minister announced another day of lockdown in the capital for fear a new, Paris-style mass attack may be imminent.
- Mali deepens probe into deadly attack on luxury hotel
BAMAKO (Reuters) – Mali said on Sunday that investigators were following “several leads” after 19 people were killed in an attack on a luxury hotel claimed by three Islamist militant groups.
- Global health experts accuse WHO of ‘egregious failure’ on Ebola
LONDON, (Reuters) – The World Health Organization’s failure to sound the alarm until months into West Africa’s Ebola outbreak was an “egregious failure” which added to the enormous suffering and death toll, global health experts said on Monday.
- Britain’s Davis Cup team delay departure for Belgium
LONDON (Reuters) – Britain’s Davis Cup team delayed their departure to Belgium by 24 hours on Sunday after Brussels went on maximum alert amid a search for armed Islamist extremists and fears of imminent attacks.
- France, Brazil to share intelligence ahead of Rio Games in 2016
BRASILIA (Reuters) – France will share counterterrorism intelligence with Brazil ahead of next year’s Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, the foreign ministers of both countries said in a press conference in Brasilia on Sunday.
- PLAYING NEW GAME, MLB SEEKS SAFETY FIRST
Baseball fans find very little, if anything, to enjoy in The New York Times these days. I often hear from them when they complain about the absence of news of baseball. What do you want me to do, I usually respond. I don’t work there anymore. Soccer has become the sport of record of the […]