South Korean officials: There is no indication that Kim Jong-un is experiencing physical problems
According to a media report on Tuesday (April 21), North Korean leader Kim Jong-un was seriously ill, leading to a sharp depreciation of South Korean currency and the South Korean stock market. Earlier, according to an unconfirmed report, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un was seriously ill, causing the South Korean won to fall sharply against the dollar on Tuesday.
At present, the Korean won has fallen 1.17% against the US dollar at 1233.
Pete Buttigieg Dropped Out and It's Reshaping the Race
The once-enormous Democratic presidential primary field has suddenly gotten quite small
Pete Buttigieg always thought a step ahead. With reporters, the former South Bend, Indiana mayor was deliberate in every word he spoke. On stage, before a crowd, his voice seemed to follow a rhythm like a needle tracing out a groove on an LP, the path always plotted ahead.
His decision to drop out of the presidential race was no different.
Bernie Sanders Gets New Boost From Ex-Rival
Bernie Sanders just got a high-profile endorsement from one of his former rivals for the Oval Office New York City Mayor Bill DeBlasio who dropped out of the presidential race himself in September gave the Vermont senator the thumbs-up on Friday which the New York Times notes is the opposite of what he did in 2016 when he endorsed Hillary Clinton over Sanders.
I have called for a bold progressive agenda and that is exactly what senator Sanders has championed for decades DeBlasio said in a statement released by the Sanders campaign adding he’s putting his weight behind Sanders because he stands with working families, the mayor is set to stump with Sanders and Nevada starting Sunday ahead of caucuses there on February 22nd.