Obama golfs while Iraqis burn
Before leaving for a round of golf at Martha's Vineyard, Obama told reporters that the current effort to rout the Islamic State incursion in Iraq may take some time. The Yazidis who fled IS are still waiting on a mountain, dying of thirst.
By matching China's rail gauge, Mongolia will be able to cut transportation costs of coal and other minerals by half.
Interestingly, immigration - while important - is not a deal-breaker for Latino voters. Democrats, though, retain an advantage in the upcoming midterm elections.
For the first time, the Catholic Church has released a TV spot in which Bishop Arancedo says it is the 'moral obligation' of every Argentine to release any extant information on children born in prison or kidnapped by 1970s military dictatorship.
International nuclear fusion reactor under construction in France won't begin operation until 2027, but Lockheed Martin's Skunk Works claims they will place a fusion reactor on the back of a truck in ten years.