President Barack Obama and British Prime Minister David Cameron caused a stir Tuesday when they took a selfie at Nelson Mandela’s funeral in South Africa, but the picture also included a third, lesser known leader: Helle Thorning-Schmidt.
Among the enduring images from Nelson Mandela's massive memorial service in Johannesburg Tuesday will be one of a jovial President Obama taking a cell phone pic with his seat-mates, Denmark's Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt and Britain's David Cameron.
Country crooner Luke Bryan and the “Cruise” singing duo Florida Georgia Line unsurprisingly walked away the most wins at the fan-voted awards show hosted by singer Trace Adkins and NASCAR driver Danica Patrick.
A man who stood close to President Barack Obama and other heads of state while providing sign language interpretation at Nelson Mandela’s memorial Tuesday was a “fake” who was making up his own gestures, sign language experts say, raising questions about the security at the event.
The Obama administration expedited visa applications for about two dozen foreign investors for a Las Vegas casino hotel after pressure from Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and his staff, the Washington Times reported Tuesday.
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