In a cleverly written opinion piece, The editor of Nassau’s Tribune newspaper knocks “the Donald” down to size, telling him that as far as the U.S. presidency goes, he’s “fired”.
Topic: United States
Under a new federal rule, U.S. airline passengers can collect $1,300 when they are forced to give up their seat on an overbooked flight.
Several founders of the three largest Internet poker companies doing business in the U.S. have been arrested as part of an indictment that includes charges of bank fraud, money laundering, and other online gambling-related offenses
At the turn of the 20th century, black Bahamians settled in Coconut Grove, bringing their own commonly used trees, vegetables and fruits and skill in masonry building with native coral limestone.
This new website offers the story of an American service dog visiting Cuba as told by his traveling companion.
The annual drug report prepared by the United States government suggested the Bahamas reform the criminal justice system in this country and establish laws against organised crime.
North America is continuing to rid the country of foreign criminals by sending them back to their countries of origin and over the past six months, some 65 Bahamians were deported.
A U.S. housing company in Haiti is blaming Cuba for the loss of a barge loaded with supplies to build shelters for earthquake survivors.
Cable Bahamas is set to launch a “new product suite” of converged Triple Play communications services within the next several weeks, after receiving regulatory approval from the FCC to provide international services to and from the US.