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  • Meghan Markle's 'Direct Approach' Has Raised Eyebrows Among Royal Household

    A source tells ET the Duchess of Sussex and the rest of the royal family 'don't always agree.'

  • Trump says would intervene in arrest of Chinese executive

    U.S. President Donald Trump said on Tuesday he would intervene with the U.S. Justice Department in the case against a Chinese telecommunications executive if it would help secure a trade deal with Beijing. "If I think it’s good for the country, if I think it’s good for what will be certainly the largest trade deal ever made - which is a very important thing - what’s good for national security - I would certainly intervene if I thought it was necessary,” Trump said in a wide-ranging interview with Reuters in the Oval Office. Trump expressed optimism that he could strike a trade deal with Chinese President Xi Jinping as the two countries struggle to resolve a dispute that has contributed to recent U.S. stock market declines and raised questions about whether economic turmoil could beset the president in the new year.

  • Russian nuclear-capable bomber aircraft fly to Venezuela, angering U.S.

    The TU-160 supersonic bombers, known as "White Swans" by Russian pilots, landed at Maiquetia airport near capital Caracas on Monday after covering more than 10,000 km (6,200 miles), the Russian and Venezuelan governments said. As OPEC member Venezuela's socialist-run economy implodes, Russia has become a key lender of last resort, investing in its oil industry and providing support to its military. Capable of carrying short-range nuclear missiles, the planes can fly over 12,000 km (7,500 miles) without re-fuelling and have landed in Venezuela twice before in the last decade.

  • Sweden's Princess Victoria Wears Mom Queen Silvia's Dress to the Same Event - 23 Years Later!

    Princess Victoria Wears Queen Silvia's Dress 23 Years Later

  • Premier wants new oil refinery built in province

    The Alberta government is issuing a request for expressions of interest from the private sector to build a refinery in the province that would use oil extracted here. Premier Rachel Notley said Tuesday that a new refinery is one way to reduce the oil price differential that is battering the Alberta treasury. Depending on interest, the government may issue a request for proposals.

  • The best time to wake up in the morning to avoid stress, according to Nicole Richie

    Nicole Richie's buzzer goes off at a slightly shocking time.

  • Pro-pipeline First Nations spar with environmental activists over 'devastating' tanker ban bill

    First Nations chiefs and leaders who say they represent over 200 Indigenous communities in B.C. and Alberta are fighting back against the federal government's plan to ban all oil tanker traffic off the coast of northern B.C., calling it an "attack" on the energy industry that will impoverish remote First Nations. Chief Roy Jones Jr. of the National Coalition of Chiefs, a group that supports energy projects as a solution to rampant poverty on First Nations reserves, said the federal Liberal government is "arbitrarily denying Indigenous communities ... investments" by curtailing development through the northern reaches of the province. Bill C-48 will just set us back," Jones said.