Otto Warmbier, American Student Held Captive in North Korea, Dies After Returning Home in a Coma 

Otto Warmbier, the 22-year-old American student held prisoner in North Korea for a year and a half, has died, his family announced on Monday afternoon. Warmbier was released from a North Korean prison and sent back to the United States in a coma last week, which North Korean authorities bizarrely blamed on him having…

Donald Trump: 'We're No Longer Going to Be the Country That Doesn't Know What It's Doing'

At a joint press conference with British Prime Minister Theresa May—whose name was spelled wrong three times by the White House ahead of her sit-down meeting with Trump—our president emphasized the importance of the U.K.-U.S. relationship. “This is our first visit. So. Great honor,” he said, as he read an opening…

Iranian Newscaster for State TV Flees Country After Disclosing Years of Sexual Harassment at Work

A newscaster for PressTV, Iran’s state-run, English-language TV station, has fled the country after revealing she was sexually harassed at work for years. Two of Sheena Shirani’s supervisors have been suspended after she shared an audio recording and dozens of messages on Facebook from one of them demanding sex from…