Join Sal Khan and Documented Press for a back to school fireside chat to start the school year and kickoff LearnStorm, a free six-week challenge to help students start the school year with the skills and mindsets they need. Sign up for LearnStorm at http://www.learnstorm2017.org. Brought to you by Documented Press ® By Documented Press Advertisements Continue reading Back to school fireside chat with Sal Khan
The United Nations Security Council on Monday ratcheted up sanctions yet again against North Korea, but they fell significantly short of the far-reaching penalties that the Trump administration had demanded just days ago. Continue reading After U.S. Compromise, Security Council Strengthens North Korea Sanctions
Former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon said Sunday the firing of FBI Director James Comey may have been the biggest mistake in “modern political history.”
Continue reading Bannon Says Comey Firing May Be Biggest Error in Modern Politics
Key members of Donald Trump’s 2016 election victory are now focused on influencing the president from outside of the White House, recently departed White House aide Sebastian Gorka said Monday, predicting further staff shake-ups to come. Continue reading Gorka, Ousted Trump Adviser, Predicts More White House Shake-Ups
Brian Krebs is an investigative journalist with a big social media following. But even he was surprised when one of his tweets was retweeted thousands of times:
Continue reading Pro-Russia Twitter bots have a new strategy
Monroe County administrator Ramon Gastesi stressed to residents in the Florida Keys the need to immediately follow an evacuation order and leave. All hospitals will be closed and ambulances gone as of Friday morning, including air ambulances, Gastesi said in a Thursday night briefing, repeating what he said earlier.
Continue reading Official: When you dial 911 you will not get an answer
US president says Pyongyang ‘is behaving badly and it’s got to stop’ as officials eye policy of nuclear containment.
Continue reading Trump: ‘Sad day’ for North Korea if military strikes
Overnight strikes Thursday on Syrian military sites — which are said to produce chemical weapons and advanced missiles — brought renewed attention to Syria’s chemical weapons, and appear to have been an escalation of Israel’s efforts to prevent its enemies from gaining access to sophisticated weapons. Continue reading Airstrikes on Syrian Military Sites Renew Focus on Chemical Weapons
Hurricane Irma is a very real, powerful Category 5 storm that lashed the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico’s northeast coast and could potentially wallop South Florida this weekend. But the National Weather Service is warning people to watch out for fake forecasts after several went viral on social media.
Continue reading No, Hurricane Irma is not a Category 6 storm — there is no Category 6
Hear firsthand from Paul Ryan, the Republican leader spearheading an ambitious legislative agenda this fall, including a comprehensive plan for tax reform.
Continue reading TimesTalks: House Speaker Paul Ryan