Former Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbaev used an extended interview on state television on October 11 to downplay his continuing influence and defer to his successor, condemn "traitors" abroad for allegedly trying to stoke unrest, and generally praise his 29-year rule that ended earlier this year.
October 13, 2019 12:17 AM BEIJING (WASHINGTON POST) - The Chinese Communist Party appears to have "super-user" access to all the data on more than 100 million cellphones, owing to a back door in a pro ... Read more
SAN FRANCISCO, LONDON and TEL AVIV, Israel, Oct. 12, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Today the first global summit on collective trauma featuring 29 leading researchers, scientists, psychotherapists, and visiona ... Read more
Beware of starlets who believe their own hype. In a recent event that included a trio of relatively new singers, Gimmicky Youngster (GY) began “acting up” when she asked Seasoned Journalist (SJ) a lis ... Read more
by Kelsey Penrose A 20-year-old Carson City woman, a 33-year-old Carson City man, a 27-year-old Carson City man, and a 33-year-old Carson City man were arrested in the 200 block of W. Caroline for sev ... Read more
All the critics hate 'Joker': They denounce it as a film without a message, or one that will inspire right-wing terrorists. What movie were they watching? In reality, the message couldn't be clearer: ... Read more