• Democrats fight to win control of the House in 2018 midterms

    Democrats fight to win control of the House in 2018 midterms

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    The Daily Beast has examined that "unthinkable" scenario in some depth. Democratic challenger Beto O'Rourke's campaign against Republican incumbent senator Ted Cruz has become one of the biggest races to watch in the 2018 midterms. "But it could be good for Trump - for his own personal political goals". A Democratic failure would be cataclysmic for the Resist movement. Former president Barack Obama seized on the differences between the parties in a late scramble to motivate voters ...
  • Kavanaugh accuser confesses she made up claims to 'get attention'

    Kavanaugh accuser confesses she made up claims to 'get attention'

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    He said that nothing of the kind ever happened. The report concluded: " Committee investigators found no verifiable evidence that supported Dr. Ford's allegations against Justice Kavanaugh ". Such acts are not only unfair; they are potentially illegal. An investigation into sexual misconduct allegations against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh by multiple women found that no witnesses could provide evidence to substantiate their claims, a letter to Senate Republicans from the ...
  • Oprah Wore a Blake Lively-Approved Velvet Suit While Campaigning in Georgia

    Oprah Wore a Blake Lively-Approved Velvet Suit While Campaigning in Georgia

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    As Winfrey stumped for Abrams in the state, Veep Mike Pence was nearby to deliver some of his very best insults to the talk-show host billionaire on behalf of Abrams' political opponent, Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp . On "Outnumbered", Washington Post editor and Fox News contributor Charlie Hurt said Winfrey is an "entity unto herself", and her endorsement may carry some weight, but he believes Hollywood elites won't swing races for Democrats in next week's midterm elections .
  • Trump plans 'tent cities' at US-Mexico border

    Trump plans 'tent cities' at US-Mexico border

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    Good news is, the "caravan" is still 1,000 miles away from the nearest crossing at McAllen, Texas, AP reported , and the trek "could be twice as long if the group of some 4,000 migrants heads for the Tijuana-San Diego frontier, as another caravan did earlier this year".
  • Mystery of sisters found taped together deepens

    Mystery of sisters found taped together deepens

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    Police also urged anyone who saw the sisters between August 24 and October 24 - the timeframe of when they were reported missing to when their bodies were discovered - to come forward with information. In a statement made public by members of the victims' family on Sunday, "they denied claims that the two sisters had been missing for two months". Anyone with information about the Farea sisters is urged to call the New York City Police Department's Crime Stoppers hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS.
  • Death toll in Italy storms rises to nine

    Death toll in Italy storms rises to nine

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    It's reported that another four people have died as a result of the adverse weather conditions. Italian media said around 170 people, tourists and hotel staff, were stranded by heavy snowfall at the Stelvio Pass on the Swiss border. The city, famous for its canals and gondolas and attractive palaces and churches, is frequently overwhelmed by water in the period from October to December, but Monday's flooding was particularly heavy.
  • Whitey Bulger, notorious Boston mob boss, dies in prison

    Whitey Bulger, notorious Boston mob boss, dies in prison

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    Prison officials haven't released details, but say his body was found sometime after he was moved to the prison. Bulger arrived at the penitentiary on Monday after being processed at an Oklahoma City transfer site. A man who lived by violence, vengeance and intimidation, Bulger would not make eye contact at his sentencing with the relatives of the people he'd killed, nor those who were slain by his accomplices in the treacherous Winter Hill Gang.
  • Notorious mob boss Whitey Bulger found dead in prison

    Notorious mob boss Whitey Bulger found dead in prison

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    The Bureau of Prisons declined to comment last week on why Bulger - who was serving a life sentence - was being moved. After a sensational, months long trial in federal court in Boston in 2013, a jury convicted Bulger of 11 murders in the 1970s and 1980s while running a national criminal enterprise that collected millions of dollars from gambling, extortion, and drug trafficking.
  • Trump is Coming to Cleveland Monday to Host a Pre-Election Rally

    Trump is Coming to Cleveland Monday to Host a Pre-Election Rally

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    Senate candidate Rick Scott in the November 6 elections. News 10 will let you know if there's a change in President Trump's schedule that includes a visit to MI. Coming off her slashing attacks in the U.S. Senate confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, Harris was stumping across Iowa last week as the leading Democrat Presidential hopeful for the 2020 election, according to the Washington Examiner.
  • Tensions break out on migrant caravan

    Tensions break out on migrant caravan

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    The migrant caravan says it's determined to reach the US border, where they hope President Trump will have a "change of heart" and allow its several thousand members to seek refuge and asylum in the United States. At border crossings in Texas, asylum seekers camp at the midpoints of bridges connecting the two countries, waiting for days for U.S. border inspectors to say their turn has come.
  • Russia claims US-led drones toward Russian base in Syria

    Russia claims US-led drones toward Russian base in Syria

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    Russian Federation said on Thursday it had "very alarming evidence" that the drones that attacked Russia's Aerospace Force in Syria last January came from the United States. The Kremlin said Thursday it was "alarmed" by a report on possible manipulation of a drone attack against the Russian bases in Syria from a US warplane.
  • 18 people, mostly schoolchildren, die in flash flood in Jordan

    18 people, mostly schoolchildren, die in flash flood in Jordan

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    Several people are still feared missing, he said. Earlier, a civil defense official who asked not be named said the group was on a bus that was swept away by the flooding. Israel's military said it was helping with the operation, sending helicopters as well as search and rescue soldiers. Rescue and recovery attempts were continuing as of Friday afternoon, as civil defence staff and the royal navy deployed divers and rescue dogs to scour the mud, debris and shorelines in the southern Dead ...
  • Man arrested for trying to steal Magna Carta

    Man arrested for trying to steal Magna Carta

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    The man was being questioned by detectives today after an attempt was made to steal the manuscript. Staff were alerted and police were called. "The layer that is closest to the document itself was completely untouched by the individual concerned, but his hammer did do some damage to the initial glass screen", cathedral dean the Very Reverend Nick Papadopoulos told the BBC .
  • CCTV footage appears to show Khashoggi body double in Istanbul

    CCTV footage appears to show Khashoggi body double in Istanbul

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    Before Riyadh's admission, Turkish sources said a team of 15 Saudis were sent to Istanbul and killed Khashoggi, a critic of the crown prince who moved to the United States a year ago and wrote for the Washington Post . Some Turkish employees reportedly said they were instructed not to go to work around the time Mr Khashoggi disappeared. Indonesian President Joko Widodo called for a "transparent and thorough" investigation of the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi at a meeting on Monday ...
  • 2,000 volunteers needed in Jayme Closs evidence search

    2,000 volunteers needed in Jayme Closs evidence search

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    State, local and federal investigators have been searching for Jayme since around 1 a.m. on October 15. On Oct. 15, an AMBER Alert was issued, and later, she was added to the FBI's list of missing and kidnapped people, adding a new photo of the girl.
  • Amritsar train accident: Driver detained, says had been given green signal

    Amritsar train accident: Driver detained, says had been given green signal

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    Railway officials have also mentioned that they were not likely to compensate the deceased as they were not passengers in the train. "I have lost my world", Kumar wept outside Guru Nanak Hospital. According to them, the driver did not slow the train down despite the huge crowd present. "Why did the government not ensure proper security arrangements?" Police said they were still looking to ascertain the death toll, as some bodies were mangled beyond recognition.
  • Migrant convoy swells to 5000, heads to US

    Migrant convoy swells to 5000, heads to US

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    Olivin Castellanos, 58, a truck driver and mason from Villanueva, Honduras , said he took a raft across the river after Mexico blocked the bridge. Erika Guevara-Rosas of Amnesty International said in a statement: "These families deserve dignity and respect to ensure that no-one is illegally returned to situations where they could risk serious harm due to violence".
  • Injured in South Carolina College Party Floor Collapse

    Injured in South Carolina College Party Floor Collapse

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    No individuals were trapped during the collapse and it's unclear if anyone suffered life-threatening injuries, police said. "Everyone was on the floor and people were screaming and there was wood sticking up from the floorboards". The property management of the clubhouse told CNN it was built in 2004. I can tell you there was a floor collapse. Clemson University President Jim Clements said on Twitter that he is monitoring the situation, and the school tweeted that student affairs ...
  • 'Chokehold or strangulation' caused death of Khashoggi

    'Chokehold or strangulation' caused death of Khashoggi

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    An undisclosed number consulate employees in Istanbul were interviewed by prosecutors, the semiofficial Anadolu news agency reported , a day after Turkish authorities began combing through wooded areas outside Istanbul in an apparent search for Khashoggi's remains.
  • Paul Manafort 's sentencing for fraud is set for February

    Paul Manafort 's sentencing for fraud is set for February

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    As part of his surprise decision in September to plead guilty in a related case in the District, Manafort admitted he committed all the bank and tax fraud crimes he was charged with in Virginia. Bloomberg News reported that one of the officials, who asked not to be named, said that Mueller is near a verdict on two highly anticipated investigations: whether President Donald Trump attempted to obstruct justice as well as whether his 2016 campaign and Russian Federation colluded to help win ...
  • United States military will shut Mexico border to stop illegal immigration

    United States military will shut Mexico border to stop illegal immigration

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    In a string of tweets, Trump also said the border issue was more important to him than the new trade deal with Mexico to replace the North American Free Trade Agreement. The country has deployed 500 federal officers to the border city of Tapachula, where migrants are expected to arrive next week. Some have said they are fleeing violence and poverty in Honduras, where human rights activists have complained of constant human rights violations.
  • Royals Prince Harry And Meghan Markle, Go Barefoot On Australia Beach

    Royals Prince Harry And Meghan Markle, Go Barefoot On Australia Beach

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    Meghan Markle couldn't hide her excitement at receiving a rather unusual gift from a royal fan at Bondi Beach this morning. "Woah, I was not expecting that", she then said. Composed as she is, Meghan Markle isn't immune to the occasional scare! The Duchess of Sussex , who is about 12 weeks along, also spoke out about her pregnancy , saying it was "like having jet lag without actually traveling".