Berkeley protests peaceful as hundreds rally over Coulter
Coulter had publicly floated the idea of making a controversial visit to Berkeley despite the cancellation, but did not show. University officials said they had been unable to find a suitable and safe spot for her to speak, and offered a May 2 date.
India doesn't walk the talk on human rights: Amnesty
He gave no assurances on removing AFSPA, which more than one government panel have said should be repealed. India's first UPR was reviewed in 2008 and the second in 2012.
Juventus vs Torino: Match preview, team info and lineups
Torino coach Sinisa Mihajlovic was also sent off when he ran on to the pitch to confront the referee about Acquah's sending off. Mertens and Insigne were given standing ovations when they were replaced in the final 15 minutes.
Court puts hold on new abortion restrictions
Abortion activists with Planned Parenthood and the American Civil Liberties Union did not challenge the 20-week ban. Republican lawmakers hugged each other in celebration as the law went into immediate effect.
Duterte sets aside 2016 tribunal ruling on South China Sea
Ten months into Philippine leader Rodrigo Duterte's tenure, his strategic honeymoon with China has devolved into rocky relations. This would the first global summit hosted by Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte after he assumed office in June 2016.
British local elections give May a boost ahead of key vote
Meanwhile UKIP had only one seat, a net loss of 109, falling "victim to its own success", according to party leader Paul Nuttall. That vote is now moving to Conservatives, who are in power and are strongly in favor of securing the UK's exit from the EU.
Trump makes puzzling claim about Andrew Jackson, Civil War
That an estimated 750,000 died in the four-year bloodbath is proof enough that "that one [could] not have been worked out". Immigrants seeking to become naturalized are sometimes asked to name a cause of the war in their citizenship tests.
Le Pen upstages rival Macron with stop at factory
Macron won the first round of the elections held on Sunday with 24.01 percent of the vote, followed by Le Pen with 21.3 percent. However, it's 88-year-old founder, Jean-Marie Le Pen , criticised his daughter and said he would have campaigned differently.
Three medical doctors reportedly arrive Nigeria to treat Buhari
Thirteen prominent Nigerians on Monday signed a statement asking Buhari to take leave so he could take care of his health. Report has it that three foreign doctors arrived Aso Rock on Thursday to treat President Buhari. "It is teamwork.
A Lot of Galaxies Need Guarding in This NASA Hubble View
In the case of this image , galaxies beyond the cluster spread out along multiple paths and appear in a few locations. Galaxy cluster Abell 370 contains several hundred galaxies tied together by the mutual pull of gravity.