Trump: 'Hatred and dissension in our country' will heal

President Donald J. Trump boards Air Force One on Saturday, June 9, 2018 (Official White House Photo by Joyce N. Boghosian)

President Donald Trump launched a fresh attack Sunday on what he calls the “fake news” media, but offered a ray of hope for America, saying the “hatred and dissension” in the nation “will heal” at some point.

In a series of tweets, Trump initially touted his recent success in North Korea, while blasting American media for ignoring the “wonderful facts.”

“There hasn’t been a missile or rocket fired in 9 months in North Korea, there have been no nuclear tests and we [READ MORE HERE]

Parents 'proud' of son for recruiting bombers who killed 14

A military honor on his chest. A rapid promotion to become the head of her department. Grandchildren. There are many things that make parents proud of their offspring.

For some Palestinians parents, recruiting suicide bombers that kill and injure dozens is on the list, according to Palestinian Media Watch, or PMW.

PMW’s Itamar Marcua and Nan Jacques Zilberdik report that terrorist Muhammad Aql recruited suicide bombers who murdered 14 and wounded 50 in the bombing of a bus at Karkur Junction in Israel in 2002.

And the reaction of his parents?

“He is imprisoned for an action that honors us,” they said.

PMW points out that one of the [READ MORE HERE]

Backlash: City catches heat for canceling rental licenses

Imagine this: You inherit a home in the tony town of Pacific Grove, California, but it needs a lot of fixing, so you take $50,000 out of savings for the work, based on the understanding that you can rent it out to recover your costs.

Later, you’ve turned an “unmaintained eyesore to a beautiful oceanfront vacation home,” and you want to move on that rental income.

However, the city now says you’re not allowed to rent it out after all.

That’s the focus of a lawsuit over a move by the city of Pacific Grove that cancels some of the rental permits that homeowners [READ MORE HERE]